255 acres strategically located along I-85 north of Newnan between Shenandoah Industrial Park and Pattillo Industrial Park. The investment opportunity of a lifetime! Beautiful Lake Amlajack! This beautiful land, including the 27 acre lake that it is named for has approx. 2000 ft. frontage on I-85, between Exits 47 and 51, and over 2000 ft. on country maintained road. It has 3 streams, 127 acres of 25 year old planted pines, and 30 acres of open land, including deer food plots and an 8 acre dove field. Gorgeous Lake Amlajack is loaded with bass, bream, crappie and catfish, and offers some of the best fishing in the area. A 4-acre duck pond above the larger pond helps keep sediment out of the larger lake while providing hunting opportunities for waterfowl, such as mallards, wood ducks, ringnecks and Canadian geese. Most of these species are year round residents and add beauty to this great natural setting. The balance of land is heavily wooded in natural regeneration and hardwoods and all of the land has been under intensive wildlife and timber management for 25 years. The topography of the land is mostly gently rolling, which adds character to this unique property. The soils are mostly red clay, which are ideal for compaction. Georgia Power lines and Transcontinental Gas lines traverse the property so utilities should be readily available in large quantities.
Although presently zoned Rural Reserve, this property is shown on the Coweta County long range planning map as being industrial.
I-85 South to Exit 47, right on 154, right on Highway 29 North approx. 2 miles to property on right adjacent to Pattilo Industrial Park