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94 acres in Hancock County, GA

Large track to set up your hunting pad and enjoy year-long. Use it for yourself or lease it.

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$141,000 Total price
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94 acres in Sparta, Georgia

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Your Amazing 94 Hunting Acres Are Here!

Great hunting property just outside of Sparta, Georgia

Long road frontage that could allow you to split it up. Keep a piece and sell the other one.

Recently timbered but trees growing back already.

Mineral rights do not convey and there is an old camping trailer on the property.

The Kaolin Mineral Rights were acquired in 1991 by a Kaolin Clay company and then subsequently acquired by another firm. While they possess the option to extract the kaolin resources, it is important to note that no extraction activity has occurred in the past three decades, and there are no indications of any forthcoming plans in the foreseeable future.

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SPARTA, GA, 31087



Hancock County Courthouse, Sparta, GA.

Hancock County is one of the most historic counties in Georgia, with over 600 historic sites and structures. It has been noted that our county has “a concentration of historic architecture you won’t see anywhere else in the State of Georgia.”

Hancock County was originally part of Greene and Washington Counties and was named for John Hancock, the first signer of the Declaration of Independence. 

Major Charles Abercrombie, a Revolutionary War solider was granted extensive land grants and from his land grant in Hancock County, he “laid out the lots” for the City of Sparta, including the “public lots” for the courthouse and the square. Four Georgia governors have hailed from Hancock County: William Rabun, James McDonald, Nathaniel Harris, and William Northern.


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