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71.06 acres in Colquitt County, Georgia

281 Black Acres Rd., Moultrie , Georgia 31768 - Colquitt County
$544,900 71.06 Acres
3 beds 4 Bathrooms 2722 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2906263


Beautiful home and guest house sitting on 71.06 acres with 6 ponds, dock with screen dock house and out buildings! Very private and fenced for livestock. Brick, 1 1/2 story quality home with 3 full bedrooms / 3 1/2 baths. House has crown molding, real wood floors, tile and carpet in over sized bedrooms and bathrooms have tile. Two bedrooms have walk in closets and there is ample storage everywhere. Rear and front porches afford spectaculars views from every angle. Guest house has one bedroom, one bath, storage room that could easily be converted to large master, kitchen and large family room with fireplace, large screened room overlooking porch where you can throw a hook into the pond. All appliances have been updated as well as two a/c units. Property has been well kept and updated.****** This property can be sold with approx. 46.45 acres and buildings for**** (PRICE REDUCED) $459,000****** and 24.48 +/- acres can be sold separately ($85,900) for building site. There is so much to tell about this property. It is truly one of a kind!!! Call to view!


From Moultrie intersection of South Main and Lower Meigs Rd travel approximately 3 miles to Black Acres Rd. Turn left onto Black Acres. Almost immediately you will see (at the curve) entrance to 281 on left. Travel down to house and guest house.

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