Currently, the property only has modest improvements and it provides the perfect landscape to build structures with stunning views. Specifically, the hilltop view is sensational and would make for an incredible main house. Buried power is located in a number of spots deep into the property. There is county water in the center of the property as well as an already in place septic field. There is a very nice, partially paved driveway that takes you into the heart of the property.
Cabin: The property has a small, quaint 576± square foot authentic Appalachian, handmade cabin with one bedroom, one bath, a living room, kitchen, loft, and porch.
Guest Cottage: There is a small guest cottage with a living area, kitchen and a full bathroom.
Pole Barn: The property has a 100’X80’ pole barn constructed in 2009 for storage of farm equipment and to support the farm’s operations.
Based upon recent years, the annual property taxes for Iron Horse are estimated at $8,546.
The property totals 195± acres with 95± acres in open land managed in nice hay fields with the remaining 100± acres in hardwood forests.
Deeded Acres: 195±
Total Acres: 195±
There is a conservation easement on only 66-acres of the property held by the Georgia Land Trust. This easement is on the western portion of the farm along West Cove Road. Within the easement, there are reserved rights for new construction on this portion of the property.