The 99.5-acre Purcell Tract is a blended opportunity for growing timber and hunting.
The property is set approximately three miles north of Pembroke, Georgia, and 3 miles south of Interstate 16.
There is 1,200 feet of road frontage on the north and south side of I. G. Lanier Road. A woods road leads into the parcel from I.G Lanier Road, and Seed Tick Road cuts through the northwest corner.
The property offers long road frontage and is set in a neighborhood of rural home sites, farmland and timberland. The property has been managed for timber and hunting for many years. There is excellent hunting for deer and turkey and the site quality is very good for growing timber. There are 61.92 acres of pine plantation and 37.58 acres of bottomland hardwood timber.