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2.06 acres in Cherokee County, Georgia

193 Goss Lane, Ball Ground , Georgia 30107 - Cherokee County
$92,700 2.06 Acres
Property ID 2870891


Lot # 2 Goss Lane in Ball Ground Georgia is 2.06 acres of level to sloping wooded privacy. This upscale community is located just outside the city limits of Ball Ground, with an easy 30-minute commute to Alpharetta, Marietta and the new Braves stadium. Each private lot entrance will feature two distinguished stacked stone pillars & black four-board fencing across the front. Architectural controls protect your investment but there is no community Home Owners Association to restrict your dreams. Goss Lane is in the award winning Cherokee County school district and is conveniently located near historic downtown Ball Ground. These estate-size lots for sale in northern Cherokee County Georgia are the perfect place to build your country retreat. Select from 10 lots, bring your own builder, custom designed house plans (minimum of 2500 SF) & get started building your dream home today. Goss Lane home sites range from rolling pastoral lots with abundant wildlife to large peaceful wooded lots waiting for you to build your retirement home or raise your family. Do not miss this opportunity to call 193 Goss Lane home.


HWY 575 N to Exit 27, Howell Bridge right off exit then left at 4 way stop. Travel North on HWY 5, at traffic light go right on HWY 372 through downtown Ball Ground, Goss Lane will be on your left just outside the city limits.

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