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150 Garrison Trail, Canton, GA 30115 (MLS # 6013459)

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150 Garrison Trail, Canton, GA 30115 (MLS # 6013459)

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PRICE $349,000
BEDS 0
BATHS 0 bath
HOME SIZE n/a

Private yet conveniently located in sought-after East Cherokee. Only 4 miles to shopping, restaurants, new Cherokee Northside Hospital, Etowah River Park & award winning schools. 6.08 beautiful private wooded & leveled acres w/ existing paved driveway. Building site for one estate home cleared & graded; septic permit & soil test available. Utilities available at the street:public water, gas, and power. Current zoning (R-80) allows up to three developed lots. Current owner is in the process of re-zoning this parcel to R-30, which will allow up to five development lots.

LAST UPDATED 5/17/2018 YEAR BUILT 0
COMMUNITY 113 - Cherokee County COUNTY Cherokee
STATUS Active PROPERTY TYPE(S) Lot/Land/Acreage


ADDITIONAL DETAILS
AREA 113 - Cherokee County
LOT 6.0800 acre(s)
LOT DIMENSIONS 0
TAXES 3326
VIEW DESCRIPTION Other
WATER ACCESS None
ZONING R-80

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Data last updated: 5/21/18 9:16 PM PDT.

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