Al Murray(912) 590-7359 Mobile
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This getaway is listed below its appraised value. This property is a great hunting and fishing paradise. Located at the end of the lane next to the Altamaha River with the backside of the tract fronting Bullard Creek Wild Life Management Land. While just behind the property there is a Federal Water Fowl Habitat.
The main house is along the rivers edge with a large open deck over looking the river. The living room and kitchen have an open floor plan with the master bedroom on the main level. There are 2 bedrooms and a bonus room upstairs. The bonus room would be a great space for an extra guest room, game room, music room or repurpose for any number of uses. The home is built off the ground and provides room underneath for up to 6 vehicles.
The Hunting Lodge is a second dwelling on the property and boasts a full kitchen, a great room, 3 bedrooms and two dens. The lodge is conveniently equipped with 2.5 baths and it could easily sleep 10 when using the extra cots.
Both the home and the lodge have exposed beams and a woodsy feel. The lodge has gorgeous paneling and wood flooring.
The fisherman will appreciate the floating dock which one could enjoy while fishing for Flat Head Catfish. Bring the catch on over to the covered concrete patio where you can easily clean and prepare fish or game.
This is a rare find. Whether you are looking for a permanent home on the river or you want a getaway for family and friends to enjoy, this property is prime. The home and the Hunting Lodge can be purchase together or separate.
Total Price: $525,000.00
Address: 269 Towns Bluff Lane
Square Footage: 2,499
Year Built: 2000
Full Bathrooms: 2
Half Bathrooms: 1
Association fee is paid.
Association Fee: $100.00
Annual Taxes: $2,600.00
Directions: At the Altamaha river on HWY 221 between Hazlehurst and Vidalia
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