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SOLD | Sandy Creek Barn Lodge Facility on +/- 812 Acres

Walker Church Road & Leach Road
Greensboro, GA 30642
PRICE : Contact Bull Realty for information
PROPERTY TYPE: Land
SITE SIZE: 812.00 Acres

Description

One-of-a-kind, fully furnished executive retreat in beautiful Greene County, Georgia just a few miles from Lake Oconee and Reynolds Plantation. Located on 812 pristine acres, the 1800’s dairy barn was restored to a magnificent 6,750 sq ft lodge overlooking a 44 acre stocked lake and boathouse which provides for an incredible environment to relax, entertain large groups, or use as a fishing and hunting preserve.

The main level of the building contains approximately 4,518 sq ft. A very open floor plan consists of a large commercial kitchen with high-end appliances, dining area, full restaurant quality bar including beer taps, living area with large stone fireplace, two half bathrooms, and large gaming/recreation area. The 2nd story contains a master bedroom and bath, plus an additional bedroom that shares a 2nd bathroom with the large loft sleeping area. The 750 sq ft finished basement includes two half bathrooms, a utility area, storage area, laundry facilities and dedicated areas for the server, entertainment system, and keg coolers. The patio, including built-in gas grill and stone fire place, provides an incredible lake view. In addition to the main lodge, there is an attached two car garage with finished storage area, full bathroom and a catering kitchen with top of the line appliances.

The 44 acre lake includes seven aerators promoting a vibrant habitat for several types of fish and flora. The two-story boat house has two boat slips, two small fishing boats, a storage room, and covered upper level open deck. At the lake’s edge, adjacent to the boat house, is a stone patio with fire pit. The property also includes a 3,000 sq ft caretaker’s home with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.

The above description does not do justice to this one-of-a-kind property and really must be seen to be fully appreciated.

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