WOW!!! LIKE NEW TRADEMARK HOME, BROOKLYN PLAN IN GREAT LOCATION, BEAUTIFUL POND VIEW, CREEK & ON ALMOST 6 ACRES!!! 4 Board Fencing across the front of this amazing 2 story home w/ over 3300 sqft & master on the main. Exquisite dining room w/ tongue & groove ceiling. Family room w/ wood burning fireplace. Ideal Kitchen w/ whirlpool appliances, granite countertops, island, pantry, etc. Hardwoods throughout main level. Master suite on main w/ coffered ceilings, dual vanity, separate shower, whirlpool tub & walk in closet. 4 large bedrooms upstairs along w/ additional room for office/workout room + a huge loft area!!! 3 car garage. Tons of upgrades such as trim package, spray foam insulation, etc. Property is open in the back and extends into the woods w/ a creek. Close to Senoia, Hwy 16, Hwy 85!!
Fayette County is a county located in the north central portion of the U.S. state of Georgia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 106,567. Fayette County was established in 1821. The county seat, Fayetteville, was established in 1823. Much of Fayette County is bordered on the east side by the Flint River.
Fayette County was organized in 1821 after the United States signed a treaty at Indian Springs, Georgia with the Creek people for cession of a large portion of their land. The county and its seat, Fayetteville, were both named in honor of the French aristocrat the Marquis de Lafayette, who aided General George Washington in the American Revolutionary War.
Since the late 20th century, Fayette County has been part of the Greater Atlanta Metropolitan Area. It is located south of Atlanta, which is based in Fulton County. Fayette County is minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. As a suburb of Atlanta, Fayette County has increased rapidly in population and development since the late 20th century, nearly doubling its population since 1990.
Fayette County has five incorporated municipalities within its borders; Fayetteville, Brooks, Woolsey, Tyrone and Peachtree City. Formerly, Inman was also a municipality, but gave up its charter years ago. In 2015 Fayetteville, a majority-white city, elected its first African-American mayor, Ed Johnson. In 2011 he had been the first African American elected to its city council and only the second black elected to any office in the history of Fayette County.
From Fayetteville take Hwy 85 south. Left on Hwy 85 Connector and go through town of Brooks. Home is approx. 4 miles on left, about a mile from Hwy 16 roundabout and Huckaby’s gas station.