**DO NOT ACCESS 4.5 AC PLOT WITHOUT SELLER BEING PRESENT** Beautiful rolling 6.89 acres of pasture and woods backing up to acres of Corps of Eng land for Lake Allatoona. Corps land can be accessed for trails, horseback riding, hiking, etc. Seller says can hike all the way to Lake Allatoona from this property on Corps trails. Currently Horse Farm next door is using back 4.5 acre plot for horse grazing. Horses are loose so caution should be taken and do not disturb horses. **DO NOT ACCESS 4.5 AC PLOT WITHOUT SELLER BEING PRESENT** Small creek must be crossed to access the 4.5 ac plot from the 2.39 ac plot. Natural spring on back area of 4.5 ac plot so ground may be wet. By accessing the property Buyer and Buyer's broker agree to hold seller and listing broker/agent harmless for any injury while on the property. Please see survey attached to listing to see lot lines of the 2.39 and 4.5 plots. These plots are sold together. A driveway easement has been granted that runs about 20 feet inside the black wooden split rail fence to right of gravel driveway. Current gravel driveway belongs to neighbor and is not actually the driveway to this property, but you can use it to access property currently. Please be mindful and pull off driveway at property entrance so as not to block in the neighbors. Driveway would need to be placed on easement in future. Taxes have been estimated as the 4.5 plot and driveway easement were recently cut off a larger parcel of land. Only about 2 miles off 75 and just off 92- super convenient. 50 acre park proposed nearby. Seller started a house foundation at the front left corner of 2.39 ac plot but then decided to sell instead. Red shed/out building to left and red shed to right are on the 2.39 plot. Red lined pictures showing approximate lines are not to scale and are for visual purposes only. Please see surveys for actual lot lines. Septic permit is not final and purchaser will have to apply based on house size, etc. Seller does not make any guarantees about septic because of house size, house location, square feet etc. No soil survey has been done on 4.5 Acre tract.