This property is entirely wooded for the most part with some openings that could be cultivated into game plots. With approximately 1950 ft. frontage along Twin Forks Road and almost a mile of meandering Lotts Creek frontage as the northern boundary, this property offers a myriad of opportunity for the “weekend warrior” or sportsman. Some 100 acres of this property is in various ages of hardwood timber along Lotts Creek and the balance of the property is primarily in pine. Interior roads throughout the property provide access for riding trails or hunting.
The property is convenient to Statesboro, I-16 and Savannah but far enough away that it will remain peaceful and tranquil in the years to come. Offering a taste of history is the old railroad bed running through the land and remnants of the old bridge trestle over Lots Creek. Deer, Turkey and small game are plentiful for the hunter and Lotts Creek could provide some real “creek fishing” for the fisherman. Whether your pleasure is four-wheelers or horses, Lotts Creek is great place to build a cabin and have a weekend getaway for the whole family.
Location: Lott’s Creek Trestle, a truly diverse and private property is located only 7 miles off I-16 at Exit 127. Statesboro, home of Georgia Southern University, is a vibrantly growing southern town and lies some 18 miles north. Savannah, GA and its International Airport are only 45 miles to the east. Georgia’s coast is within an hour’s drive of the property.