Salem Pines is a 114 acre tract for sale with maturing loblolly plantations and ample food plots, this tract offers opportunity for timber income and recreation located in Upson County, Georgia.
Salem Pines is located in close proximity to the fall line, where the upper coastal plain meets the piedmont region. The terrain is a great mix of flatlands and rolling hills. This tract is surrounded by other timberland and a handful of residences, ensuring privacy and seclusion. Located equally from the cities of Butler and Thomaston, Georgia, both offering a range of amenities, including dining, grocery shopping and fuel options. Thomaston provides lodging options and a hospital.
Salem Pines has frontage on US Hwy 80 and can be accessed from US Hwy 19 in mere minutes. Additionally, it is just a short 40-minute drive from I-75 in Macon, GA, and within easy reach of both the city of Macon and the Atlanta Airport. This tract truly offers the best of both worlds - a tranquil and serene setting, along with easy access to all the conveniences of nearby cities.
This tract of land boasts not only excellent frontage, with approximately 960 feet along US Hwy 80 on its north boundary, but also a nice interior system of roads. On its west side, the tract has approximately 2,900 feet of frontage along Lamar Road, which is a county maintained, dirt and gravel road.
Two access points currently exist on Lamar Road, and power is conveniently available just to the north of the tract. Internal access is provided by a system of woods roads.
Directions to the property: From I-475 in Macon, take exit 3 and head west on US Hwy 80 (head away from Macon). You will travel about 30 miles, then Lamar Road will be on the left – turn left. The property will be on the left. While traveling along US Hwy 80, if you reach US Hwy 19, you have missed the tract by about two and a half miles, head back east and look for Lamar Road on the right.
Salem Pines terrain is gently rolling and ranges in elevation from about 425 feet above sea level at its lowest point up to about 460 at its highest. The proximity to power and paved frontage gives this tract an avenue for development in the future.
Additionally, this tract has solid wildlife opportunities, as this area of Georgia is known for trophy deer and good turkey hunting. The Flint River is just four miles away and offers kayak and canoe adventures as well as some of the very best Shoal Bass fishing anywhere. Finally, the Big Laser Creek Wildlife Management Area is also in close proximity, offering 7,200 more acres on which to experience the outdoors.