Very unique and rare opportunity to have your own private island. Oldnor island is a 1500 acre (55 upland) private island that sits on the intracoastal waterway of Georgia. It is located between the two crown jewels of the Georgia coast which are the barrier islands of Saint Catherine's and Blackbeard Island. It consist of some of the most pristine saltmarsh left on the East Coast and it has its own private beach which is roughly 1 mile long. It is located in the DNR protected shellfish zone. There is in abundance of oysters,clams, shrimp, crab, etc.. It is also a vital feeding ground for a variety of endangered birds and other wildlife. A rare freshwater pond on the island. According to historical records and Aerial photography there may be evidence of early period settlement there.
||No Recorded Subdivision
||Deep Water, Natural, Stream, Ocean, Tidal Creek, Waterfront, Marsh
||Wooded, Aerials/Topo Avail, Level, Pond, Wetlands, Low, Other/See Remarks