Savannah, GA (PRWEB) October 26, 2014
The historic Vallambrosa Plantation will sell at absolute auction on November 20th by the Gadsden, Ala. based National Auction Group, Inc. This prime waterfront recreational, conservation and/or land development opportunity is located just 15 minutes from downtown Savannah and includes extensive marsh and over 6 miles of deepwater frontage.
Historic Vallambrosa Plantation is a unique coastal property consisting of 8,210+/- total acres located on the north shore of the Ogeechee River in Savannah. Previously owned by Henry Ford, the property is rich with history and natural beauty. The former rice plantation is made up of land grants from the King of England dating back to the 1750’s.
Vallambrosa Plantation is one of the last undeveloped deep-water tracts within the city limits of Savannah and includes water and sewer agreement in place with the City of Savannah. Additionally, the owners have constructed a central water line, sanitary sewer force main and lift station in order to provide water and sewer services for future development. This is an incredible opportunity to purchase a waterfront development tract with a unique combination of uses including family/corporate compound, recreational oasis, conservation potential, wetland mitigation banking and/or some combination of residential development. The current zoning classification will allow for in excess of 6,100 residential units.
The live auction is set for Thursday, November 20 on the premises of Vallambrosa Plantation. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and the auction at 11:00 a.m. EST. The property is available for touring by appointment. Pre-auction offers are welcomed. To schedule a tour or request additional information about the property, interested parties should call 800-503-9434. Broker participation is available subject to certain guidelines. More information is also available on the auction company’s website: http://www.NationalAuctionGroup.com.