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Inviting Ellijay Home in the Woods for Sale
1613 Nugget Ln., Ellijay, Georgia 30540
Little Ellijay sits in the Appalchian Mountains of North Georgia and is the location of this lovely single family home in the woods for sale. It has two bedrooms, two baths, 873 square feet and was built in 1991. The asking price is $259,900.
The home is tan with a red roof and sits on four+ acres. There are three well-kept outbuildings, including a darling, finished shed with its own gas stove and power. The land is thick with pine trees, creating a private getaway.
Inside, the laminate wood floors are new, and the walls are light green/yellow with white baseboards and white trim around the windows. White cabinetry, green/gray granite countertops and a farmhouse sink make the open kitchen stand out.
The master bedroom boasts two windows, and the master bath features a Jacuzzi tub, wood cabinetry, two windows and designer fixtures. A laundry area is off the bedroom. The long screened-in patio opens onto a large, beautiful deck perfect for morning coffee or watching the stars.
The property has a septic system, central air conditioning and propane/electric heating.
There is no HOA fee.
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The Peach State ratified the Constitution on January 2, 1788, becoming the fourth state to enter the Union. By the mid-19th century, Georgia was rich in plantations and deeply dependent on the slave economy. During the Civil War, General Sherman captured Atlanta and set about destroying much of the state's plantation culture.
The largest state east of the Mississippi River, Georgia has five major geographical regions that descend from the Appalachian Mountains in the north down to the Okefenokee Swamp in the southeast. The climate is surprisingly uniform. Most of the state experiences a mild winter and a hot summer.
Although Georgia is the nation's number one producer of peaches, peanuts, and pecans, agriculture is not its major employer. Trade, service industries, textile manufacturing, and federal organizations like the CDC and Fort Benning supply a larger number of jobs.
Georgia was the first state to lower the voting age to 18. Its Wesleyan College was the first chartered college in the world to grant degrees to women.
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