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543 PRIME HILL CLAYTON GA 30525
Welcome to your mountain escape! Nestled in the heart of nature, this 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home offers everything you need for a peaceful mountain retreat. Enjoy the vaulted ceiling in the living area and an updated kitchen with granite countertops and separate dining room – perfect for hosting family and friends! The master suite is located on the main level featuring a luxurious step-in jetted tub shower and separate walk-in shower. Step outside onto your front porch or private back deck to grill or dine al fresco while taking in the beauty of Georgia’s mountainside.
The lower level provides plenty of entertainment options with its large game room or great room, office space, and workshop. You’ll also have easy access to Ingles and shopping at as well as downtown Clayton just 1 mile away where you can explore local restaurants, wineries, lakes & hiking trails that make up North Georgia’s beautiful landscape.
Live life to its fullest here in this one-of-a kind mountain oasis – come see it today!
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543 Prime Hill, Homes for sale in Clayton Ga have a home town feel with a short drive to anything you need. This mountain town is perfect for lovers small town living and the outdoors. With homes for sale in Clayton Ga in everyone’s budget, it is perfect for any family. Additionally, Clayton has both public and private schools with bus services throughout the county.
One unique feature of Clayton, Ga real estate is that homes can be found lakeside, mountain top, all within one county. Clayton, Ga real estate is booming. Clayton is located in the North Georgia Mountains and offers the best of small-town living. If you looking for houses for sale in Clayton Ga please contact Durpo Realty Associates for expert help finding your dream home!
BRIEF HISTORY OF DILLARD, GA
In 1974, John Dillard is awarded a land grant for his service in the American Revolution. Today, Dillard, Ga encompasses the land in the valley. Many prominent families inhabit the area, but in 1890 the Postal Service chooses Dillard as the towns official name.
Dillard continues to grow and by 1905 is a booming mountain town. Dillard became accessible in 1907 with the arrival of the railroad. Arthur & Carrie Dillard, the great-grandson of John Dillard, opened a boarding house. This house is known today as The Dillard House. About the Area:
THINGS TO DO – CLAYTON AND DILLARD GA
The Dillard House is Dillard, Georgia’s main attractions with a hotel, horse stables, award winning restaurant, and beautiful mountain location and views. The Dillard House restaurant is well known for home town, southern cooking served family style. Their menu changes daily and includes things such as ham to fried chicken, savory collards to fried okra, and fabulous desserts. Their accommodations range from the inn to cottages and their off-site chalet village. They have plenty of activities on-site including horseback riding, a petting zoo, pool and jacuzzi and a full-service restaurant.
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Horseback riding in the mountains is magical. Dillard House Stables is a great place to enjoy the mountain views on horseback. They accept both beginners and advanced riders for those staying on or off property. Pricing varies, depending on the type of ride and length of time you want to spend. Dillard House Stables offers everything from trail to river riding. Check out their website for pricing and times!
Andy’s Trout Farm is a fun little fishing getaway for the entire family. Here fishing is free, but you will be charged per pound for the trout you catch. They do not allow catch and release fishing. You can rent cane poles or bring your own gear that is appropriate for trout fishing and they will clean and prepare your fish for you. They also have a few adorable cabins for rent for the perfect fishing mountain getaway.
Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center is an educational getaway that is both interesting and fun. Here you find pioneer era cabins & farm models. In addition, there are demonstrations of crafts & trades from the days of pioneer living. Foxfires deep-rooted history began with a student run magazine, Foxfire, at a local college. The Museum and Heritage Center is the result of many years of commitment to sharing the rich history of this Appalachian town.