This gorgeous 12 acre listing has a gorgeous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. You?ll have plenty of privacy, but it?s only minutes from the quaint, historic town of Dahlonega, Georgia. Built in 2003, an all brick custom home with an open floor plan and a full basement sits on top of the highest hill on the property with a spectacular mountain view. Inside you will find hardwood floors, custom kitchen cabinets, vaulted ceilings, a stacked stone gas fireplace and an entertainment room equipped with a 3D HD projector that fills a 160 inch screen for a true theater experience. A large recreation room, offices and full bathroom are finished in the basement making it a great home office, or mother-in-law suite. A secondary garage is also located below making a great place for boat storage, or a workshop. A propane generator is also engineered into the grid to provide emergency power if needed. A tornado shelter is also found in the
basement. A spring fed pond, a creek and other natural springs provide convenient water sources on the property. A 350 ft. drilled well provides crystal clear water to the home. Additional acreage is available if desired. Dahlonega is located in Lumpkin County and is home to the first American Gold Rush. It is also wine country and home to many working vineyards. The Lumpkin Co. school system is one of the best in Georgia and is very family and community focused. The University of North Georgia is also located in Dahlonega providing educational, cultural and employment opportunities close to home.
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