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HARRY NORMAN, REALTORS • Blue Ridge, GA Mountain Real Estate

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Price: $425,000.00Calculator
Size of Property: 1.64, Gentle
View: Creek, Woods/Forest

Condition: Excellent
Style: Chalet, Cabin, Country/Rustic
Bedrooms: 5
Full Baths: 3
Miles to Town: 5-10 Miles
Year Built: 2002
Road: Paved
Development Name: Forest has Eyes

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Are you searching for Mountain adventure with glamour? This Stunning cabin in the heart of the Aska Adventure area is the one. You will be awe struck by the floor to ceiling river rock fire place. Hickory cabinets with granite counter tops and a large pantry create a gourmet kitchen. Master is on the main with 2 beds up and 2 beds down. Additional living space in the basement with extra game room. There is jetted tub in master as well as Jacuzzi hot tub on the screened porch. Two Dual system heat pumps and 2 instant on water heaters. The yard has fenced dog run. Insulated garage has room for 4 cars or additional work shop space. Next to garage is a RV pad with 50 AMP service. Propane tank is a 1000 gal buried..
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HARRY NORMAN, REALTORS • Bill Banzhaf • Cell: 321-217-5991 Office: 706-632-7211
252 W. Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA, 30513

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