The tract offers a good mix of various aged planted pine, natural pine hardwood stands, bottomland hardwood and open ground. The planted pines vary in ages from 2 to 30 years old. A major feature is approximately three miles of Briar Creek frontage with an upper and lower boat landing for access. The house included on the property is one of Burke County's oldest structures, circa 1700's and is listed on the historical register. There are approximately 968 wooded acres and 88 acres of open ground.
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The Bush tract is located in Burke County near Keysville, Georgia with double frontage on Keysville-Boggs Academy Road. It is conveniently located within 30 minutes of Augusta, Wrens and Waynesboro.