The beautiful property known as Huckleberry is located in southeast Georgia near the city of Waycross. Its land covers approximately 287 acres with a mile and a half frontage along the scenic Satilla River, the longest black water river in the state. The owners of Huckleberry developed this property to fit their active lifestyle and love of the outdoors. Attention to detail is noticed everywhere.
From the front porches of the main house and a rustic cabin located nearby, one can observe family or friends fishing, swimming or kayaking in a three acre pond with a white sandy beach.
A horse stable is only a short distance away, accessible by a lengthy paved drive, perfect for walking, jogging and cycling. A private boat landing on the property is accessed for fishing, boating and duck hunting by trails winding through a pristine forest, home to deer and turkeys.
Convenient to Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach, Brunswick and St. Simons Island, Huckleberry is a special place for a permanent residence or a weekend retreat.
Owner will consider subdividing and selling main house, cabin, pond and 25+/- acres for $1.275 million.