Beautiful old cattle farm in area of fine homes and farms. Fenced pasture and mature woods, good flowing stream. The property is presently under a tax conservation use easement which the buyer must agree to continue or buyer shall pay the penalty for breaking same. There is a small herd of cows on the property, so please exercise caution when on the property and keep all gates closed.
From the old court square in Newnan,, go south on Lagrange Street which becomes Smokey Road. The property is on the left across from just past the intersection of Smokey Road with Bruce Jackson Road and across from the intersection of Smokey Road with J.D. Walton Road. The homes adjoining the property are not included.Land only.
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Lindsey's, Inc. Realtors
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Chip Barron is a life long resident of Newnan and Coweta county, Georgia. He was first licenced in Georgia in 1968, and is co-owner of Lindsey's Inc., Realtors. He was Realtor of the year in 1991, and has been a member of the Million Dollar Club since its inception.Chip is past president of the Newnan-Coweta Board of Realtors, and is a member of the executive committee and board of directors of the Georgia MLS. He is, also, past president of Newnan Hospital, the Newnan- Coweta Chamber of Commerce, the local United Way, the Newnan Kiwanis Club, and American Red Cross. He has 4 times been Chairman of the Deacons of the First Baptist Church of Newnan, and served 3 terms on the Board of Trustees of Mercer University. He is on the Advisory Board of BB&T in Newnan. He is an active member of the Georgia Bar. He is married and has 3 children and 5 grand-children.