OVER 2.5 ACRES! Enjoy the country life in this sprawling one story farmhouse with sweeping views of surrounding fields. The covered front porch is perfect for sipping your sweet tea. Featuring vaulted ceilings, a huge kitchen with walk in pantry, a spacious Master Suite with it's own entry and Dual Closets, this home has plenty of space inside and out for all of your family gatherings. PRICED to SELL.
Located just 4 miles past Beehive intersection on Wire Road on McMillan Rd., this home sits on 1.9 acres in a quiet and serene place. The rear deck is being repaired; a 35 year architectural roof was installed in 2005; and the home has been painted inside. Hardwoods and pines make up a beautiful forest in the back of the house. The home has 3 bedrooms and two full baths. Heated sq footage is approximately 1350 sq.ft. of heated space. There is also a breakfast room, kitchen, great room and pantry. TV is Direct TV. The home is presently a rental with a day sleeper. Showings can only be 3:00 pm or after. A twenty four hour notice is required. Rent is $490 per month and would be a great investment property.
What a perfect place to build your home! This large 3.9 +/- acre wooded lot on Saugahatchee Creek offers privacy within minutes of Auburn University. With 370+/- ft. of frontage on this beautiful creek, as well as direct access to the nature trail which follows the creek throughout much of the Saug Cross community, you can enjoy the magnificent views & commune w/the wildlife as you stroll the trail or sit in your own backyard. The shared recreation area is just around the bend of the creek, and can be accessed by the nature trail, or reserve the gazebo for cookouts or parties. Protective covenants, available at saugahatcheecrossing.gogladly.com, assure that the Saug Crossing lifestyle is preserved. Nearby are Auburn/Opelika & several small towns w/music & art events, museums, festivals, historic sites, antique shops.
This property is Real Estate Owned, or REO. The property was foreclosed and repossessed by a lender when the owner failed to make payments. A bank is now the owner. Since banks are not in business to own homes, they are usually interested in selling foreclosed homes quickly at attractive low prices. A list price is published but reasonable offers can be submitted for consideration. Offers can be submitted through the official Listing Agent but in some cases, no agent is listed and offers can be submitted the bank owner directly.