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Enjoy the city life from just a short distance on this 2.76-acre lot. 1200 square foot minimum for a site-built home. The subdivision allows for the owner to own 1 horse with proper quarters. Modular homes would need to be approved. Only 15 minutes to the city of Macon for all your shopping and medical needs. Take your pick and find your favorite course, with many nearby gold clubs and courses in the immediate area. Enjoy the festivals held in Macon, where there is a festival for every season. Visit Ocmulgee Mounds National Historic Park, where you can learn about prehistoric American Indians and find many hiking trails. Cool off in the hot summer months at Lake Tobesofkee or Lakeside Park. Hop on I-75 and spend the day in Atlanta for endless shopping and recreation or venture a little further out to Augusta. Power at street – County water available for hookup – septic will need to be installed. Owner Financing Available.
J69 00 105
Rockingham Place Macon, GA 31217
NOB HILL LT110 DB 203\290 PB 6\152
Power at street
County water available for hookup / Septic needs installed
Nearby Cities / Attractions
Macon GA, where the soul of Georgia lives is nestled in the center of the state, not too far from the mountains or the ocean. This historical city offers a relaxing and laidback vibe that makes it the perfect spot to visit. The city is brimming with music history, delicious food options, and historical parks. In downtown Macon, you can find the Tubman Museum, for an educational and informative trip through history, arts, and culture. Tour the Big House and learn about the Allman Brothers. Dive deep into African tradition through authentic African art at the Southeast’s largest museum dedicated to the Art, History and Culture of African Americans. Macon is also a nature lover’s wonderland. Hike through 180 acres of upland forest at Amerson River Park, pick fresh produce at Lane Southern Orchards or Dickey Farms, hop on your bike for a ride through Historic Downtown, or kayak along the bubbling Ocmulgee River. There are also many beautiful parks and recreational areas in the Macon area, including Lake Tobesofkee Recreation Area, the Ocmulgee River, and several parks that offer endless options for recreation and family fun.
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