2 HOMES * 17 ACRE PRIVATE LAKE * DEEP RIVER FRONTAGE * AG FIELDS * SPORTSMAN”S PARADISE!
(SOLD) The Deep River Farm in Chatham County is an exceptional property with approximately 200 acres, 2 homes, and nestled on the Deep River! This storybook farm setting is very secluded yet only miles from the quaint town of Goldston and shopping. PRICE REDUCED: $875,000
Coming into property, there is nice entryway and winding paved driveway that take you through open agricultural fields that are surrounded by mature timber. Wildlife and fishing are abundant here with many opportunities for the serious angler and there are multiple places for wildlife viewing or deer stands.
The first of the 2 houses is the tenant house, which is well maintained and has separate garden areas as well as access to the huge workshop.
The private lake house is a charming 3 bedroom 2 bath home with outstanding views of the 17 acre lake and private dock! The exterior of the home has outside decks, and extra large screened in porch big enough for the whole family!
The home has a well-fortified kitchen, dining room, and large living room with fireplace, and den or reading area.
The master bedroom is spacious as well as the master bath, and there are 2 other bedrooms and full bath in the home.
Moving outside, there aren’t many properties with this size private lake and the fishing is outstanding! The small dock is perfect for canoes or small boats and offers recreational opportunities for the whole family!
There is a large barn setup for entertaining and family or corporate cookouts with double cooker-grills in place, as well as refrigerator, sinks, and benches!
There are multiple fields for growing crops or trees, and the farm path winds down across the railroad tracks to the Deep River where you can enjoy scenic views of this majestic and scenic river setting. Rock outcroppings and mature timber frame this beautiful river and the fishing, kayaking or canoeing is right in your back yard!
Don’t miss your opportunity on this incredible farm! Call Brokers-Frank Gombatz or Gardner Reynolds today!