Nestled along Whooping Creek in Southeast Carroll County, Georgia is this 28.5 acre tract. Convenient to Carrollton, Newnan & Douglasville the property sits on Georgia Highway 5 (661 ft. frontage) between the Whitesburg and Lowell communities. The pictures and videos help illustrate what makes this parcel special. You should look at the drone video included that shows proximity to the Chattahoochee River and Chief McIntosh Preserve Park. A noted Indian trail makes the Southeast property line (see the 1827 District Land Lottery Survey), headed West through the property after crossing Whooping Creek it goes through a cemetery this property surrounds. Historical notes describe this trail leaving Charleston in the late 1600’s heading to the Mississippi River. It was used extensively until the Revolutionary War in trade between the British and the Creek & Chickasaw Tribes. The cemetery is very old and the graves mostly unknown. Brush-mowed clearings allow the hiker to walk the east portion of the property and look at a nice potential building site (including large specimen red and white oaks). County water is available along Hwy 5. Videos are available to illustrate Whooping Creek, the building site and the Indian Trail. For wildlife viewing there is a powerline ROW through the southern portion that allows for buffered clearings and foodplots along Whooping Creek. A thin “strip” across Hwy. 5 is included and provides a permanent buffer for this tract from adjacent future construction. For an investment that keeps on growing… this well-located property offers recreation, wildlife, plenty of Whooping Creek frontage and a historic dimension that is truly unique for the area.
Josey, Young & Brady Realty, LLC.
75 Jackson St.
Newnan, GA 30263
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