Originating when Captain Ralph Banks received a Revolutionary Soldiers Land grant in 1785, Coldwater Plantation remains much the same today nestled in the foothills of Northeast Georgia along the banks of Coldwater Creek.



Reminiscent of days long past, this home is tucked quietly down a country dirt road on 149 acres of beautiful gentle rolling pastureland, hardwood ridges and lush bottomlands. Coldwater Creek flows along the northern boundary with a bold creek meandering through the land. There is also a small pond on the property! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the home has center halls up and down flanked by two rooms on either side with a kitchen wing downstairs. There are several early out buildings on the property. One of the few remaining properties of it’s kind, Coldwater Plantation is truly a treasure! An exceptional opportunity awaits! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



An exceptional opportunity awaits! $880,000

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