Priced to sell! Below Market.

Property Value $24,000
Your Financed Price $16,787 Your Cash Price $15,787
Your Financed Savings $7,213 Your Cash Savings $8,213
Payments Starting At $172/Mo.
Property Value $24,000
Your Financed Price $16,787
Your Financed Savings $7,213
Payments Starting At $172/Mo.
Your Cash Price $15,787
Your Cash Savings $8,213

Beautiful lot located within the premier mountain community of Big Canoe. This area provides stunning panoramic views towards Atlanta with easy access to all the private amenities Big Canoe has to offer. Whether you are looking to invest or build your dream home this is a great deal. Come enjoy the serenity and security this community presents. Private community situated just 10 minutes north of Hwy 53 and an hour from Atlanta.

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.


There are two active listing nearby at .78 acres for $19.9K($25.5K per acre) and .76 acres for $35k($46k per acre).


With nearby homes appraised for up to $457K, this desirable neighborhood is suited to retain high property value for whatever type of home you may wish to build.


Status: Available
State: Georgia
APN: 026D-063
Size: .94 AC
Topography: Flat
GPS: 34.477132, -84.325351
Short Legal: DIST5 LL299 .94AC LT6378 DV BIG CANOE
Annual Taxes: $695
HOA: $2028
Zoning: All properties in Big Canoe are zoned residential
Setbacks: 40’ from the street and 10’ from sidelines
Road Access: Off of Hickory Trail
Electricity: Amicalola Electric (706) 253-5200
Water: UIC located in Big Canoe
Sewer: Yes

Interactive Property Map

Easily get everywhere!

  • Downtown Big Canoe – 10 minutes
  • Downtown Atlanta – 1 hr 15 minutes
  • Atlanta Airport (ATL) – 1 hr 25 minutes
  • University of Georgia (Athens) – 2 hours


Purchasing Options

Seller Financed Price: $16,787

Cash Price: $15,787 – you save an additional $1,000

Option 1



96 months

Option 2



60 months

Option 3



36 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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Community Information

Big Canoe is home to a welcoming resort-style community full of a wide variety of home styles. This community offers an abundant suite of amenities, including 27 holes of premium golf and a driving range, a lakefront clubhouse, three lakes for fishing and boating, fitness center and spa, indoor and outdoor swimming, dining, shopping, tennis courts, over 20 miles of award-winning trails, three dog parks, and much more. Along with their amenities, they also offer many social gatherings and community events throughout the year. Big Canoe tailors an amenity package based on your usage and interest level which makes this place a great opportunity for convenient living.


Big Canoe is a private wildlife gem covering over 8,000 acres in both Dawson and Pickens county. It is a great place to enjoy nature and outdoor activities. It includes 3 man-made lakes and has more than 50 social clubs for residents and friends. The lakes and amenities bring considerable tourism and weekend traffic from Atlanta because it’s so close while still capturing the feeling of a getaway.

Cost of Living

Compared to the rest of the country, Big Canoe’s cost of living is 13% higher than the U.S. average.


Big Canoe has about 3,000 residents. 60% of the community serve as full-time residents.


Average Commute time is 31 minutes. The National Average is 26 minutes.

Real Estate

The median home cost in Big Canoe is $231,500. Home appreciation in the last 10 years has been 5.26%.


There are about 15.7 students per teacher in Big Canoe. The National Average is 16.8.

Housing Market

It's a good time to buy in Big Canoe. There are no construction deadlines and the award-winning preferred Big Canoe Construction Group are known for their fine craftsmanship.


Big Canoe has an unemployment rate of 5.1%. The US average is 5.2%.

Big Canoe has seen the job market increase by 2.22% over the last year. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 39.33%, which is higher than the US average of 38.0%.

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Local Hot Spots

  • Sconti Lake
  • Lake Petit
  • Lower Falls(waterfalls)
  • Chestatee Wildlife Preserve & Zoo
  • North Georgia Astronomical Observatory
  • Dawson Forest
  • Etowah River Falls
  • Atlanta Motorsports Park
  • Eagles Rest
  • Calvin Farmer Park
  • Georgia Racing Hall of Fame
  • Uncle Shuck’s Corn Maze

Area Attractions

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

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?

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.