The property has the following structural improvements:3 Single-Family Houses: They range in size from 1,500± to 2,400± sq. ft. The two smaller houses front Hog Jowl Road and would be ideal houses for a caretaker or property laborer. The largest of the three houses is located on a hilltop in the center of the property overlooking the farm’s pastures with the surrounding mountains as a backdrop. Some updates and remodeling would likely be desired by a new owner. Currently, all three of these houses are being rented and are producing some nice income for the farm.
Small Gathering Cottage
2 Hay or Equipment Storage Barns
2 Horse Barns with Stalls
Milking Barn: Contains milking stalls and a room with a 2,500-gallon stainless steel milk tank
Equipment Repair Shed
Open Equipment Shed
Concrete Storage Shed: Currently used as freezer storage for grass fed beef raised on the farm Three Large Silos
Of the 575± acres, approximately 200± acres are in open fields and pastures. The remaining acreage is in mature hardwood forests and cedar glades.There is a 4-acre spring-fed lake, 1-acre mountain pond, and six watering ponds for livestock.
Deeded Acres: 575±
Total Acres: 575±
The annual property taxes for CSF are approximately $6,414.
CSF is covered by a conservation easement held by the Chattowah Open Land Trust, which is affiliated with the Georgia Land Trust. The purpose of the easements is to protect wildlife habitat, open space, and scenic values, while allowing for continued residential, agricultural, timber, and recreational uses. A conservation easement provides the benefit of a reduction in operating costs, protects the property for future generations, and allows the owner to retain private property rights. Copies of the easements and more details are available from the Broker upon request.