Coosa Creek Farmhouse Hideaway is situated on a 3.6-acre natural wildlife paradise. The end of road private house sits on the west fork of Coosa Creek and flows year-round. The relaxing front porch equipped with swings and rockers overlook the flowing creek. Bring your own tubes to wade in the creek during the day. Along with the playful creek bed, is a bass fishing pond located on the back side of the property. And if that isn’t enough water for you, the pool and hot tub is open during the spring and summer seasons. With the huge wrap-around deck furnished with seating and dining areas, this location is great for entertaining groups with outdoor grilling and eating. End your night with a bon-fire, listening to the elegant creek flow.
The 1,214 sq. foot main house is decorated in rustic farmhouse decor. The living room has seating for the whole family along with more dining, all centered around a cozy fireplace. The master bedroom's french doors open to a private screened-in porch to enjoy your morning coffee with a view of the property.
In addition to the main house, there is a 900 square foot apartment above the garage that adds an extra bedroom, bathroom, and living area. There is an extra charge for this space. This cabin-like space is perfect for housing another family, or a place to send the kids. The apartment includes a master bedroom, full bathroom, and a sleeper sofa in the living room. If you would like to use this space, notify the owner when making your inquiry.
Peacefulness and relaxation abounds here at Coosa Creek Farmhouse- you will not want to leave!
The pool and hot tub will not open until The first week of April. The pool/hot tub will close mid October.
Within 5 miles to historic downtown Blairsville with shops and local restaurants.
Vogel State Park located on 233 acres that includes numerous hikes, streams, waterfalls, lakes, swimming, boating, biking, and other recreational activities.
Within minutes to trail-heads leading to the Appalachian trail.
The famous Blood Mountain hike that is the highest peak on the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail and the sixth-tallest mountain in Georgia, with an elevation of 4,458 feet.
Helton Creek Falls