Imagine having your own private wilderness playground right in the middle of North Georgia’s pristine Chattahoochee National Forest. This one of a kind 8+ acre property shares its northern border with the 60,000 acre national forest. Nearly 800 ft of Waterfalls Creek frontage serves as the southwestern border culminating in your very own 25 ft waterfall. You will see evidence of native Cherokee soaking pools in several spots along the creek. 3 private camp areas along the creek are located next to 3 more future homesites for a true adventure property. 3 separate homes that are the ultimate definition of custom mountain splendor. Home one sits at the base of Gould mountain and overlooks the rest of the property and dwellings scattered down the flat ridge. Mature gardens wrap around multi level decks that take in a different view from every angle. Next you will find yourself fixated on the multi faceted architectural details that this property has to offer. your eyes are immediately drawn to the 250 yr old pine floorboards, Some of the circular sawn boards are 28 inches wide. The floors are nailed down with hand hewn antique nails .Hand made trim and wall details made out of antique barn woods and rusted metals with huge stone accents. The Vermont Castings wood burning stove will have you wishing it was winter year round. 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths make home number one just right for a couple or a small family.
How can it be possible that this property keeps getting better? More of the same has spilled out of the upper home (162 Parker) and into Your own 1970 sq ft converted barn. No idea or detail was spared the builder converted this into a full time residence for his parents. Main living space is all on one level. One master suite with huge tiled walk in shower and soaking tub, with double vanity and huge master closet on one side of home with a half bath powder room, foyer, separate dining room with open dining deck tied into a rustic one of a kind kitchen. All of the original vaulted ceilings and beams remain just as a reminder of what the structure once was. A massive hearth and wood burning stove split the laundry area and staircase that lead up to a massive open floor loft with room enough for 6 kids or 2 more adults. At the top you will notice and antique stained glass piece from Nepal framing the original loft door. Floored with 2x6 local sourced white pine for that warm cozy feel. Back down and out the massive French doors welcomes you to the spacious covered front porch. Floored with 12 inch wide floor boards and vaulted ceilings, you’re now saying “ I’m not going back inside” you don’t have to, because this one is nice enough to live outside.