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Arguably the oldest hunt- ing club in the country, the 10,300 lush acres that comprise Cabin Blu jut out into the Intercoastal Waterway within the Lower Satilla Watershed adjacent to Cumberland Island. Studded with old-growth oaks lined with Spanish moss and featuring a long-leaf pine man- aged woodlands plantation, tidal marshes, and freshwa- ter lowlands, it's the last large undeveloped portion of the Georgia coast. As of last year, however, there was a good chance that development was in the o- ing. On the market with a $50 million price tag, Cabin Blu was permitted as one of the largest developmental proper- ties on the Georgia coast with the potential for up to 15,000 residential units and more than 1.8 million square feet of com- mercial development. ‡anks to the Nature Conservancy and the State of Georgia, however, Cabin Blu will be protected in perpetuity. AT-RISK Cabin Bluff is home to several fragile coastal ecosystems. 30TH PRESIDENT Calvin Coolidge journeyed to South Georgia and stayed at Cabin Bluff as a guest of Howard and Matilda Coffin. 77 L ANDREP ORT.COM SPRING 20 19 | e LandReport

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