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56.36 acres high-quality recreational waterfront property located in Baker County, GA, on the beautiful Ichawaynochaway Creek
2,253 Sq Ft house; 3 BD/3 Bath; completely remodeled in 2018; basement
Pine floors, walls, and countertops; exposed ceiling beams
15.5X30 screened porch; 10X61 open porch with stainless steel railing and outdoor lighting system; 360 Sq Ft open porch with stainless steel railing and outdoor lighting system; sauna located on porch
20X25 metal carport; 40X60 insulated metal building, heated and cooled; 1 Bath; three Ultra HD rolling tool chests; wall cabinets; multiple shop work benches, including hand tools
Kubota RTV X900 (side-by-side); Kubota ZD1211 Zero-turn mower
Mini-excavator; mini-lift; Ford 454C tractor with front-end loader; disc, mower; one 16 ft aluminum John boat with 15 HP motor
55 miles to Dothan, AL; 35 miles to Albany, GA; 25 miles to Camilla, GA; 35 miles to Bainbridge, GA
Borders 6,000-acre Caney Creek Plantation and other large landowners
300 ft on Ichawaynochaway Creek (which is actually closer to being a small river than a creek), including mature hardwoods; 6/10ths of a mile on Mill Creek
Abundant turkey, deer, gopher tortoises; a nature preserve; deer feeder and deer stand in place; good soils; one 4-inch well
End of the road privacy and security; Social Storm property
Good roads throughout, including a winding scenic road/trail along Mill Creek with mature hardwoods; rolling Topography
2022 property taxes - $1,892.97
Ichawaynochaway Creek Retreat is an extraordinary 56.36 acres located in Baker Co., GA. This end-of-the-road spectacular waterfront property is one of a kind. Touting incredible water resources, the property dances along 300 ft of its namesake, the Ichawaynochaway. Despite being called a 'creek,' this beautiful water source is more consistent in size with what one would expect to find along many rivers. Providing abundant recreation, there is great fishing, kayaking, and bird watching along the creek. As if having the Ichawaynochaway at your fingertips wasn't enticing enough, the crisp and clear Mill Creek also runs intermixed among rolling topography and mature hardwoods through the more heavily forested portion of the property.
The newly-remodeled in 2018 2,253 sq ft house includes 3 BD/2.5 Baths, custom pine flooring, exposed beans, handrails, and countertops. Taking it 'down to the studs,' the current landowner utilized the former cabin, raised it, opened the floor plan up, and capitalized on the good bones whiles still retaining much of the original cabin's former charm. What was once the cabin walls, now serve as custom pine flooring, with wood beams and details found throughout. An expansive screened porch overlooks the creek, as well as the open porches (complete with custom stainless steel railing). Adorning the more open portion of the property are several magnificent moss-draped oaks.
A huge 40X60 insulated metal building, heated and cooled, with one bath, is set up for an amazing work shop. There is also a 20X25 metal carport, and equipment included.
With over 6/10ths of a mile of spring-fed Mill Creek being the border for the 6,000-acre Caney Creek Plantation, the game flow produces abundant wildlife. This property is a perfect Social Storm property with end-of-the-road privacy and incredibly rare water frontage.
From when you pull into the property, the beautiful live oaks and the scenery including the creek, with wildlife scampering around, you begin to realize very quickly how cool this place is. Whether you are sitting on the screened porch overlooking the creek with friends or family and enjoying the spectacular scenery and wildlife or hiking up and down Mill Creek, your worries will seem to float on down the creek. The newly-remodeled home is very inviting with the custom wood work providing a comfortable atmosphere for entertaining or relaxing. Ichawaynochaway Creek Retreat is an awesome Social Storm property. The insulated metal building, with equipment included, provides more than enough storage needed for work and play. - Walter Hatchett