Attention farming investors: This property covers 272 acres and offers an excellent investment opportunity. With 50 +/- acres of rabbiteye blueberries, the variety is premier and powder blue plants; they are 20 years old and certified organic. A local farmer leases the land for $2775 per quarter. However, the farmer is willing to sell the lease and blueberry plants for $150,000. In addition to the blueberries, the property has 70 acres of planted long-leaf pines that are currently leased for $300 per acre annually, 35 acres of natural pines and hardwoods, and 117 +/- acres of farmland leased to a local farmer. The property also features a single-family farmhouse built in 1910, with 1812 square feet of living space, a deep well, a 50 x 100 equipment shelter, and two ponds. Lastly, the property has a hunting lease that generates $3000 per year. Located at the county lines of Appling and Jeff Davis, the farmstead spans 189 acres in Jeff Davis and 83 acres in Appling.