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Description: Largest remaining tract of Laurel Grove Plantation, birthplace of John McIntosh Kell,distinguished naval officer and descendant of founding fathers of McIntosh County. One of a kind property. Sixteen aces of high ground and 13 acres of marsh. Majestic old growth live oaks line a driveway leading down to the main house and the river.Deep water with dock and excellent crabbing and trout fishing off of the dock.Cottage located on rear of property, currently rented but would be great guest cottage or caretaker cottage.An Indian cemetery is located on the north east corner of the property.Area was occupied as long as 3000 years by Guale Indians before Spanish occupation and in 1721 Ft. King George was established.Very Historical area, quiet and peaceful, song birds abound under the oaks.

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