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Land for Sale in Laurens County, Georgia

In Laurens County, Georgia, you’ll find plenty of elbow room: It’s the third largest county in the state of Georgia covering 818 square miles of rich soil and gentle hills. Laurens County also boasts sections of dense forest coverage including untamed sections along the Oconee River providing plenty of bass fishing opportunities. The county seat is Dublin, aptly named after the Irish settler who donated the original land. This Irish heritage is still celebrated today with a weeks-long St. Patrick’s Day festival. Access to the larger metros of Macon or Savannah is also easy via I-16, which runs centrally through the county. And with Atlanta only an hour away you truly can get the best of all worlds – country living, small town charm and big city options.

Check out our community Springhaven Farms, located in the heart of Laurens County, GA and offering you beautiful homestead plots ranging from +/- 3 to +/- 20 acres of land.

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Resources for Buying Land in Laurens County, Georgia

Tips, advice, and news - a central resource to help those who are searching for land for sale in Laurens County and a rural lifestyle. 

What is a Rural Place
8 Ways to Finance a Land Purchase: A look at the Pros and Cons
20 Questions to Ask Before Buying Rural Land
How to Go from Offer to Closing on Land for Sale
20 Questions to Ask Before Buying Rural Land
How to Go from Offer to Closing on Land for Sale
What to Ask When Buying Land: The Rural Rules
Why Land is One of the Safest Places to Invest Money
Due Diligence: How to Make Sure Your Land is Buildable
How Big is an Acre of Land? The Rural Rules