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3256 Union Hill Road, Alpharetta, GA 30004 (MLS # 5282762)

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3256 Union Hill Road, Alpharetta, GA 30004 (MLS # 5282762)

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Beautiful rolling green pastures framed by black, four-board horse fencing, accented with a small pond and picturesque black barn that easily adapts to a stable using the existing 10+ horse stalls. 2000ft of road frontage and 1000ft of depth creates easy subdividing into three 15 acre farms, now cross fenced or several mini farms without developing roads into property. Only minutes to the convenient shopping of Birmingham and Crabapple yet surrounded by large equestrianestates. Land doesn't get any more picturesque or well located than Drummond Farm!

LAST UPDATED 7/6/2017 YEAR BUILT 0
COMMUNITY 113 - Cherokee County COUNTY Cherokee
STATUS Active PROPERTY TYPE(S) Lot/Land/Acreage


ADDITIONAL DETAILS
AREA 113 - Cherokee County
LOT 44.7200 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 44.72 acres
TAXES 6554
UTILITIES Electric,Pub Water,Telephone
VIEW DESCRIPTION Other
WATER ACCESS Lake
ZONING agri

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