Changing family circumstances/age force sale.
Sunset views over Lake Eufaula nearly every evening!
Covered boat slip with lift. Fish from the dock, or have easy access to your boat for excursions on the 38 mile lake. With a big enough boat and enough fuel, you can go around the world from here! The Chattahoochee River forms Lake Eufaula/Lake George. The Chattahoochee joins the Flint to form the Appalachacola further south, and the Appalachacola flows into the Gulf of Mexico.
Custom home lovingly built by current owners in 2005.
Huge kitchen, wet bar, tile floors throughout, granite countertops, solar panel for hot water heating, sauna, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car attached garage, plus 2 car detached garage, fully furnished and ready to enjoy!
Not ready for a full time home? We have 8 adjacent lots too!
Four lots have water meters already installed. All lots are at least one full acre. Four have waterfront on a cove off the main lake. All are clearly marked on all four corners and have gravel road access.
1800 sq foot house, covered dock with lift, .97 acre:
Just reduced!! $269,950
Lot 3 - cleared lakefront lot with water installed: $95,000
Lot 5 - cleared lakefront lot with water installed: $50,000
Lot 6 - cleared lakefront lot with water installed: $50,000
Lot 7 - Mostly wooded with seasonal stream on side: $20,000
Lot 10 - Mostly wooded lot --- End of road privacy ---over one acre ----$12,000
Extended family? Ask us about discount if lots are purchased with house.
Please call our agents: Troy 334 714-9889 or Colt 334 695-7914
at Ingram Realty for a showing.
When we purchased the 11+ acres in 2005, we did a survey dividing the property into 10 lots, creating the official plat of "Snowbird Acres" in Quitman County, Georgia. We planned for family members and friends to join us in our winter retreat. My sister and her family came down and helped us build two houses - one for us on Lot 1 and one for my parents on Lot 2. My brother and his wife came and cleared their Lot 4, and helped to clear lots 1 through 7 in the second year we were all there. Ron has continued to mow those lots and several look out over the main lake. We brought water lines and meters to lots 1 through 6, with the water line ending at the edge of Lot 7.
The Plat Map above shows the lots and the approximate course of the lake, which is managed by the Department of Natural Resources.