Just Listed in Jasper, Ga a beautiful 18 acre horse farm that’s in a much sought after section of Pickens County. In addition to a magnificent home, this property has many outstanding features including location, long range view, and access to private community trails. Click here for details.
Just listed this 80 acre farm located on the outskirts of Rome Georgia and it is truly a special place. Currently the home of a retiring veterinarian, he has been a solid steward of the land while running cows, horses, and a small donkey on it. He has also used the farm for a sizable hay production. These pastures have to be the most level, usable pastures in north Georgia. The farm has an updated wonderful 4BR/2BA home with rock exterior completed by a renowned stone mason and a top-of-the-line barn. Click here for details. Click here for a short video of the property.
I recently came across this incredible horse estate in North Georgia. Try a 3500 sq ft ranch style home and state-of-the-art show barn that resembles a mountain lodge on 79+ acres of level pastures. Take in the gorgeous views of north Georgia mountains while watching your horses graze. This super property can be yours for $869,000. Text/call me at 770-289-7272 for details. If you’re looking for a horse property that has it all, you need to check this one out!
The Cagle family name has been a large part of Pickens County history practically since its inception in 1853. In fact, a section of southern Pickens County continues to be known as Cagletown by many of its older residents. Laura Lane Farm is a large part of that Cagletown history.
This 60 acre farm situated along Sharp Mountain Creek in south Pickens County just north of the Cherokee County line was owned by members of the Cagle family for more than 100 years before it was purchased by Roger Harington in 1981. The farm land was originally purchased by Peter Cagle in 1871 and he built the small farm house in 1875. He and his wife, Martha Emilene, had 11 children the youngest of whom was Peter Sherman Cagle who was born in 1893. Sherman lived his entire life in that house and overtime added several rooms to the house and, in 1953, he veneered the outside walls with split-faced marble mined locally in Pickens County giving the outside its current look today. During the Cagle years the farm had cotton and corn crops, poultry houses, and raised Angus cattle. Today, the poultry houses are used for hay and equipment storage. The current owner, Alex McArthur, continues to run cattle on the property while he remodels the old farm house.
This wonderful property is rich in local history. Today, sitting on the back patio which overlooks the pasture land with the cows grazing and the hay fields being cut, it is easy to imagine the stories that can be told about this historical property. With ownership of this farm comes the thrill and responsibility to be a steward of the land protecting the Cagle legacy. Click Here for details.
A friend has just put her horse farm on the market. It’s a full function horse farm that offers a very comfortable lifestyle. I’ve been there several times and can vouch for the quality of the property. It is located on a nice country road less than a mile from Highway 53 and close to several trail heads including Dawson Forest, Fausett Farms, and the Jake/Bull Mountain trails. Click below for details.
Located in middle Tennessee on the Cumberland Plateau this 45 acre horse farm also has a special events facility and 5 rental cabins. It’s perfect for someone who wants to combine country equestrian living with income producing activities. Click here for details.
Looking for acreage that has level pasture, year round creek, trails, end of the road privacy, convenience to retail outlets? Check out the 30 acre parcel listing on Pickens County page or just click here.
Just listed in Dawson County a 20 acre farm with guest house, in-ground pool and riding arena all in a private setting. Click here for details.
Well I’m back on the job. December has been hectic to say the least. I had two closings in early December; a 55 acre parcel in Murray County and a 15 acre horse farm in Pickens County. Those were followed by a trip to Hawaii with my wife where we met up with two of our kids and their children. I’m envious of those people who go on vacation and come back rested. That certainly wasn’t the case with the Hawaii trip, but it was a lot of fun. Before leaving for Hawaii I visited a 5 acre farm with a magnificent handhewn log home and 5 stall barn located in Cherokee County, Georgia. The property is priced below the tax assessed market value at $569,900 and has additional acreage available. If you’re looking for some land with a log home, you really need to look at this one. If you’re looking to sell, now’s a good time to put your property on the market. I already have 2 more contracts scheduled to close in early January. As the Cajuns in Louisiana say,”Laissez les bons temps rouler.”