This 707 acre tract is located primarily in Screven County (622 +/- acres) with the remaining portion in Jenkins County (85+/- acres). The tract is located between Augusta and Savannah and approximately 10 miles northwest of Sylvania, 12 miles northeast of Millen, and 4 miles south of Sardis, Georgia. It consists of approximately 500 acres of 23 & 24 year old planted pine (thinned once). These pine stands have been chemically released and burned on a regular basis. The remaining acreage is in natural hardwood/pine mixed stands along various drains or low lying flats. There is over a mile and a half frontage on Beaverdam Creek and over 7,000 feet of paved road frontage. There is an extensive interior road system and numerous established food plots. An interior wet weather creek would make a great managed duck impoundment. This tract offers a great opportunity to own an excellent timber investment and a sportsman’s paradise. The property is under a conservation easement with the National Wild Turkey Federation and has been discounted accordingly. The easement does not allow the property to be subdivided or developed. The exception is for two five acre parcels; one for an owner’s home place and another for a care taker’s house. Any form of sound agricultural, forestry, hunting and fishing activity is permitted. A copy of the easement is available.