Main picture is of the Darien River Waterfront which is approx one mile from property. In two pictures of pond taken from back side of property you will see the house adjacent to tract # 1, From Hwy 99, if you are looking at the front of the house, tract #1 will be to the right of the house shown (survey available by email). The house ahown is not on any of the lots.
Three lots, each approx. 1 acre in size just outside of Darien, GA city limits in McIntosh county. Each priced at $15,000. One of the lots has a pond in back; the pond is visible from the other two lots. All three lots are wooded with plenty of shade trees. These lots are within two miles of a public marina, and near a shopping mall, schools and I-95 for quick travel to Brunswick, Jacksonville or Savannah. Historic Darien is a quaint town, laid back with the small home town atmosphere, minutes from St. Simons and Jekyll Island. From Darien on Hwy 99 go approx. one mile, look for sign on right.
Points of interest: Darien Waterfront Park, Tabby Ruins, Fort King George, Butler Island Rice Plantation, Sapelo Island, Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge and much more.
Darien, the second oldest planned city in the state fo Georgia, was established in 1736 as a military outpost by Scottish Highlanders under the command of General James Ogelethorpe. The town is located on a high bluff overlooking the Darien River. Oak trees drape across a pedestrian/bike path that connects the downtown Waterfront Park to Fort King George, passing both Vernon and Columbus Squares. In the 1800's, cypress, pine and hard wood trees cut from Central Georgia were floated down the Atlamaha River to Darien sawmills and loaded on ships for export. Remnants from these saw mills can be found in various places throughout town.