.71 ACRE $1 DOWN, $299/MO
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Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains outside of Clayton, this property is right at the doorstep of the Chattahoochee National Forest. Recreational opportunities in the area include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and camping.
The lot is fronted by Confederate Drive.
The property is near the Chattahoochee National Forest (to the east) and is 10 minutes to Clayton, the county seat of Rabun County. The lot is also 40 minutes to the Warwoman Wildlife Management Area.
According to our research, the lot is zoned R-1, which allows for residential uses (but not mobile homes); however, please contact Rabun County to confirm all building rules and regulations prior to purchase.
We advise that you contact Georgia Power for more information on how to connect power to the lot. Water and sewer would need to be supplied via a well and septic system.
Cash Discount Price: $14,999 + $395 Document Fee
We accept payment via PayPal, wire transfer, ACH transfer, and Zelle.
Seller Financing Available
$1 down with a $299 document fee and $299 per month for 75 months at 0% Apr. No prepayment penalty. No credit checks.
Hold Price: $25
For $25 we can hold the property for you for 72 hours while you decide whether you want to purchase. If you buy the property, this will count toward the purchase price.
Title And Use
What you can or cannot legally do on the land is controlled by the local government, not by us or any seller. Please contact the county, providing them with the parcel number, to confirm zoning, access, and available utilities.
Clayton is the county seat of Georgia and has a population of about 2,000 as of the 2020 census. Clayton is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is surrounded by a number of hilltops that are over 2,000 feet in height. There is a health care center in Clayton, as well as a Walmart, grocery stores and restaurants. Black Rock Mountain State Park is just outside of Clayton as are a few camps and vineyards.
About Rabun County
Rabun County is a northeastern county near the border with South Carolina. It has a population of just over 16,000 according to the 2010 census. Approximately 60% of the land within the county is National Forest or a State Park, making Rabun a big destination for outdoor recreation. The second and third highest peak in Georgia are also located in Rabun and a portion of the Appalachian Trail runs through the county.
According to Atlanta Magazine, Rabun County is home to some of the most spectacular trails and waterfalls in the state. There are three state parks, more than any other county in Georgia, each with multiple trails, as well as many local trails, that all end with either gorgeous waterfalls or breathtaking views. Whether you like a casual stroll with the family or an invigorating hike, there is something for everyone. And, with over 34 stunning waterfalls, your efforts are sure to be well rewarded.
Assessors Parcel Number: 051c-435
Approximate Elevation: 2440 Ft
GPS Coordinates (approx.): Please note that the GPS coordinates are approximate. They come from public assessor GIS data and are fairly accurate, but to find the exact boundaries of the property, it is best to hire a local surveyor.
Center: 34.8738, -83.37
Annual Taxes: ~$23.27
Zoning: R1 (Residential)
Time Limit to Build: None as far as we are aware
Access: Improved Road
Power: Please contact Georgia Power.
Water: A well would need to be installed.
Sewer: A septic system would need to be installed. Please note that a perc test has not been done.
Contacts: Rabun County Planning and Zoning