In Southeast Carroll Co. this 73.61 acres welcomes you to pleasant rural-lifestyle possibilities. Its immediate compelling feature is gorgeous Whooping Creek; it runs right through the heart of the property. Owning both sides offers complete privacy and enjoyment benefits (see our drone footage, look for the buck and doe standing in the creek!). Great vistas, overlooks and stream acoustics remind the viewer of Appalachian foothill pleasantries not often found on privately-held properties. On the included survey (see documents) you’ll find frontage on paved Ga. Hwy 5 (316 ft.) & graveled Ephesus Church Rd (1,028 ft.). Convenient to Carrollton, Newnan & Douglasville, the property rests in a forested and pastured setting where good neighbors are close while your privacy is protected. The included maps, aerials and drone footage shows proximity to the Chattahoochee River, Chattahoochee Bend State Park & McIntosh Park Preserve. A railroad track makes a good bit of the south property line (see maps); since the conversion from coal of powerplants the track gets very little use. You’ll find yourself on a quiet, peaceful, and welcoming property when you visit. Brush-mowed trails invite a hike from Ephesus Church Road (parking on the property at our sign). County water, favorable topography (multiple building possibilities), specimen white and red oaks, rock outcroppings and overlooks contribute to the property’s character and personality. Timber, wildlife, recreation, embraced by Whooping Creek, presents the makings of an investment that keeps on growing.