Crooked River Estates is a master planned community in Kingsland Georgia including residential lots, expansive waterfront views and a private amenity area. Two ten acre (10 ac) commercial lots along US-17 are also included. The proposed project has been approved and platted; construction will commence as the demand for housing in Kingsland and Camden County materializes.
The community is located just North of downtown Kingsland where US-17 crosses the Crooked River. The residential community is approved for 124 lots, each with a minimum build-able area of 10,000sq.ft. (0.23 acres). Thirty-two (32) lots are located on the Crooked River offering expansive views across the wetlands to the North and East. From here boaters can access the Intracoastel Waterway following the Crooked River to the East.
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The river will accommodate canoes, bass boats and center console boats – a low bridge clearance (about 8-foot at low tide) under I-95 inhibits access for taller vessels. The community is planned around 12.8-acres of lake creating an ‘all waterfront’ community. Sixty-five (65) lakefront lots will be sited on the lake offering about 100-feet of lake access. The southern section of the residential community borders on ‘Caney Branch’ which is classified as ‘wetlands.’ There are also about two and a half acres (2.5-acres) of isolated freshwater wetlands located on the property. All the wetland areas will be preserved with ‘deed restrictions’ and twenty-one (21) secluded lots will orerlook these preservation areas. Combined 118-lots will have waterfront or wetland views. The remaining six lots (6-lots) will look over a small park or natural area. A one-and-a-quarter acre (1.25 acre) amenity area on the lake area is also proposed. The community will have gated access from US-17.
Crooked River Estates has an approved Planned Development (PD) Zoning in Kingsland. Kingsland has approved the subdivision design and a preliminary plat was recorded in 2008. The property has been annexed into the City enabling access to public sewer and water. A wetland survey was conducted and approved by the Army Corps of Engineers in 2008. In 2008 a HUD-1 inspection of the property was also performed.