Priced to sell! Below Market.

Property Value $88,542
Your Financed Price $67,250 Your Cash Price $59,750
Your Financed Savings $21,292 Your Cash Savings $28,792
Payments Starting At $398/Mo.
Property Value $88,542
Your Financed Price $67,250
Your Financed Savings $21,292
Payments Starting At $398/Mo.
Your Cash Price $59,750
Your Cash Savings $28,792
PRICING DETAILS

Vast and beautiful 22.57-acres of raw land in Floyd County, Georgia. This property is perfect for a single-family home or manufactured home. This property is ideal for animals such as horses, goats, and more. If gardening, 4 wheelers, or dirt bikes are an interest, then this is the place for you! The property is near the city of Rome, just 9 miles away, with its own country club, medical center, great schools, museum and more!

Property Location

The subject property described for sale on this page can be seen on the following aerial maps outlined in red, shaded in yellow, and marked with the red “SALE” icon.

NEIGHBORHOOD HOME VALUES

Nearby home and property values are very healthy. The neighborhood is suited to retain high property value for whatever type of home you may wish to build on this vacant lot.

PROPERTY DETAILS

Status: Available
State: Georgia
APN: M11W016
Size: 22.57 Acres
Topography: Rolling Hills
GPS: 34.330648, -85.050679
Short Legal: TR A PB28-52 LL 58 23/3
Annual Taxes: $1,063.79
HOA: N/A
Zoning: Agricultural
Setbacks: 40 ft from the street, 10 ft for the side and 25 ft for rear
Road Access: Paved
Electricity: Georgia Power
Water: Need to dig a water well
Sewer: Need to install septic system

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FLEXIBLE PAYMENT OPTIONS TO FIT ANY BUDGET
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Purchasing Options

Seller Financed Price: $67,250

Cash Price: $59,750 – you save an additional $7,500

Option 1

Down
$49,699

Monthly
$398

Term
60 Months

Option 2

Down
$49,699

Monthly
$591

Term
36 Months

Option 3

Down
$49,699

Monthly
$834

Term
24 Months

Financing Option Prices above do not reflect the following monthly service charges: $30/month for loan servicing and liability insurance, 1/12 annual base taxes listed in Property Details section above. Total due at signing includes down-payment, first monthly payment and applicable service charges, as well as one time documentation and processing fee of $495.

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AREA INFORMATION

Rome, a typical Mid-sized Southern town, is located near an attractive area of mountains, rivers, and lakes in northwest Georgia. A city of seven hills like its Italian namesake, Rome has roots in agriculture, textile and carpet milling. Most entertainment and leisure activity is connected to water and mountain areas nearby, although there are minor league sports and a few other amenities in town. The city lies 65 miles northwest of Atlanta, giving access to the many amenities of the sprawling Georgia capital. A few do commute to Atlanta’s prosperous northern suburbs, giving the rather long average commute time.

Cost of Living


The overall cost of living index in Rome, GA is 88, which is 6% lower than the Georgia average and 12% lower than the national average.

Population


Rome, Georgia's estimated population is 36,634 according to the most recent United States census estimates.

Transportation


People in Rome, GA have an average commute time of 21.2 minutes, and they commute by Drove Alone.

Real Estate


In Rome, GA, the median house price is $127,200, making the price 17% lower than that the average for Georgia.

Schools


Rome public schools have average test scores of 33% which is 5% lower than than the Georgia average and 32% lower than than the national average.

Housing Market


Rome, GA has a median rent price of $658; this price is 27% lower than that the average rental price for Georgia. 45.6% of residents in Rome, GA are homeowners, and the average amount of people who reside in each home is 2.5.

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

The income per capita in Rome is $21,789, which is 18% lower than than the Georgia average and 27% lower than than the national average. The median household income is $36,616, which is 28% lower than than the Georgia average and 34% lower than than the national average.

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Local Hot Spots

Shannon Park Complex (3.3 miles)
Tolbert Park (10.9 miles)
Morrison Campground (5.4 miles)
Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum (9.8 miles)
Ridge Ferry Park (9.8 miles)
Rome Floyd Parks & Rec Auth (9.8 miles)
The Labyrinth of Rome (9.4 miles)
Between-the-Rivers Historic District (9.2 miles)
Clock Tower (9.5)
Rome Area History Museum (9.7 miles)
Heritage Park (10.3 miles)

Area Attractions

Alliance Theatre (63 miles)
Atlanta Botanical Garden, Inc. (65 miles)
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra (63 miles)
Centennial Olympic Park (66 miles)
Center For Civil And Human Rights (65 miles)
Chattahoochee River (150 miles)
Chick-Fil-A College Football Hall Of Fame (65 miles)
Children’S Museum Of Atlanta (65 miles)
Delta Flight Museum (74 miles)
Fernbank Museum Of Natural History (69 miles)
Fox Theatre (65 miles)
Georgia Aquarium (65 miles)
Jackson Street Bridge (66 miles)
Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta (66 miles)
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park (66 miles)
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (66 miles)
Michael C. Carlos Museum (Emory University) (74 miles)
Porsche Experience Center Atlanta (74 miles)
Six Flags Over Georgia (67 miles)
Skyline Park (66 miles)
State Farm Arena (66 miles)
Stone Mountain Park (81 miles)
Suntrust Park (54 miles)
The Shops Buckhead Atlanta (61 miles)
World Of Coca-Cola (65 miles)
Zoo Atlanta (68 miles)

Sports & Recreation

Atlanta Braves (MLB)
Atlanta Falcons (NFL)
Atlanta Hawks (NBA)
Atlanta United FC (MLS)
Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (NCAA)
Georgia State Panthers (NCAA)
Kennesaw State Owls (NCAA)
University of Georgia Bulldogs (NCAA – Athens, GA)
Sugar Bowl
SEC Championship Game
2019 Super Bowl
54 Golf Courses within 30 Minutes
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Porsche Experience Center Atlanta

So, what are you waiting for?

Disclaimer:
Buyer to verify and perform their own due diligence regarding the feasibility of their plans. Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can’t be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to obtain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property.