Priced to sell! Below Market.

Property Value $20,369
Your Financed Price $12,999 Your Cash Price $12,249
Your Financed Savings $7,370 Your Cash Savings $8,120
Payments Starting At $168/Mo.
Property Value $20,369
Your Financed Price $12,999
Your Financed Savings $7,370
Payments Starting At $168/Mo.
Your Cash Price $12,249
Your Cash Savings $8,120

A half acre of gorgeous mountain getaway! Clayton, Georgia is perfect for your dream home or a cabin. Waterfalls, state parks, wineries, and miles of beautiful views highlight the area. Streams, rivers, and lakes abound. Fishing, white water rafting, camping! Rabun County has it all! There are shops, markets, stores, restaurants, parks and more! If you are looking for a secluded area, this is for you! If you need to hit a metro area, Greenville, NC and Atlanta are easily accessible. Enjoy the Northern Georgia Mountains, and make it your home.

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.


The purchase data on sold comparable properties in this area illustrate your opportunity to acquire a great deal well below market value and enjoy instant equity.


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.


Status: Available
State: Georgia
APN: 051C 539
Size: 0.51 Acres
GPS: 34.873691, -83.379406
Short Legal: LOT 150 LD 2 LL 6
Annual Taxes: $87.50 - 2019
HOA: 0
Zoning: Residential
Setbacks: 15 feet on the sides and back 25 feet from the front road right of way.
Road Access: Paved
Electricity: Georgia Power
Water: City of Clayton
Sewer: Septic would have to be installed.

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Purchasing Options

Seller Financed Price: $12,999

Cash Price: $12,249 – you save an additional $750

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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The county seat and Rabun County’s oldest city, Clayton is a classically beautiful mountain enclave. It is as old railroad town with a main street lined with unique shops, galleries, dining and lodging. The community has done a wonderful job of preserving its architectural heritage, balancing its older structures splendidly with its more recent development. GEOGRAPHY – Clayton is situated at the southern base of 3,640-foot Black Rock Mountain. Immediately to the east of the city is 3,000-foot Screamer Mountain. Other Blue Ridge Mountain peaks between 2,500 and 3,800 feet surround the city. (

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Clayton is 12% lower than the national average and 6% lower than the Georgia average.


Clayton, GA has a population of 1,872 and is the 11,416th largest city in the United States. The population density is 562 per sq mi which is 237% higher than the Georgia average and 520% higher than the national average.


People in Clayton, GA have an average commute time of 21 minutes, and they commute by Drive Alone.

Real Estate

The median property value in Clayton, GA was $112,100 in 2017, which is 0.515 times smaller than the national average of $217,600.


Clayton County indicates it has 84% percent high school graduates or better which is the 6th in percent high school graduates or better out of 10 total in the area.

Housing Market

The homeownership rate in Clayton, GA is 52.7%, which is lower than the national average of 63.9%.


The economy of Clayton, GA employs 796 people. The largest industries in Clayton, GA are Retail Trade (156 people), Construction (110 people), and Manufacturing (108 people)

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Local Hot Spots

Tallulah Gorge State Park (12.7 miles)
Goats On The Roof (4.9 miles)
Stonewall Creek Vineyards (9.3 miles)
Tiger Mountain Vineyards (4.6 miles)
Stekoa Creek Park (2.9 miles)
The Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center (4.9 miles)
Black Rock Mountain State Park (7.7 miles)
The Dillard House Restaurant (8.6 miles)
Sky Valley Overlook (12.4 miles)
Chattahoochee National Forest (8.9 miles)

Area Attractions

Hollywood Connection (212 miles)
Ma Rainey House and Blues Museum (217 miles)
Coca-Cola Space Science Center (217 miles)
The Columbus Museum (216 miles)
Gallery on 10th (216 miles)
National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center (223 miles)
The National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus (218 miles)
The Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians (215 miles)
Historic Columbus Heritage Tour (215 miles)
Columbus Botanical Garden (213 miles)
Columbus Georgia Tours/Vicinity Tours (216 miles)
Springer Opera House (216 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?

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.