This property on Gaines Mill Road is a great size for an estate lot and incorporates many of the characteristics buyers look for when purchasing a property in lovely Hall County, Georgia. The tract has 520 feet of road frontage on Gaines Mill Road (county, paved). The property drops moderately away from the highway for about 300 feet to a very attractive perennial stream. The stream generally runs between 10 and 15 feet in width. The water is very clear as it winds through various rock outcroppings. Although there are some old agricultural terraced stepping down between the road and the creek, this land has not been farmed in decades and now supports a stand of natural hardwoods. From the creek to the south end of the property the land does not appear to have been farmed at all and supports a beautiful stand of large, mature hardwoods including white oak, red oak, hickory and poplar. Many of these trees exceed 20 inches in diameter. The canopy is closed enough to limit the the sunlight reaching the ground. In most places there is little understory brush or ground cover making walking enjoyable. Along the paved road frontage there are currently three mobile homes - so rental income is a possibility.
From northbound I-985 take exit 22 and after exiting, turn right (East) onto U.S. Highway 129 (E E Butler Parkway / Athens Highway). Drive east on US 129 for 1.6 miles and turn left onto Gaines Mill Road. Follow Gaines Mill Road for 3.4 miles. Property is on the right (south) side of Gaines Mill Road 0.34 miles before it ends at East Hall Road.