The Place of the Chicken and the Egg

Cleveland, GA
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The Place of the Chicken and the Egg - Cleveland, GAMain entrance The Place of the Chicken and the Egg - Cleveland, GASolarium looking out to deck

Perfect for the couple with a dream of owning a Bed and Breakfast.

Although this 126 year old home has not been actively operating as a Bed and Breakfast in recent years, it previously was. It is a charming house that Charles Lindbergh once visited. It is most appropriate for a couple who are looking to operate primarily a weekend Bed and Breakfast in the Northeast Georgia mountains which feature various vineyards, hiking and rafting. The primary market for weekend guests will be from Atlanta and other surrounding areas. There are many areas for expansion. The operator would be wise to develop a working relationship with the 15 vineyards that are in the area and offer a weekend package including wine tastings. This property has also been previously used as a site for many weddings. There are lovely rose gardens and a large wrap around porch as well as a spacious deck on the back side.

This potential Bed and Breakfast or home/business combination is located in Northeast Georgia where the wine industry is developing. There are thirteen Acres of rolling hills. Charming Victorian home with porches all around. Six bedrooms plus dormer, 5 burning fireplaces, large living room and dining room; kitchen with lots of preparation space, sun room with French doors to deck, cedar closet, master bedroom with fireplace in master bath, double sinks and shower/tub combo and third bath with large shower. Ten inch white pine throughout. Propane gas and heat pump as well as A/C and attic fan. Named 'The Place of the Chicken & Egg' as this property once housed a large hen house. Lovely old barn, self standing art studio, large detached garage plus a rental cottage or honeymoon house on the premises surrounded by an English Garden, pond, many hard wood trees, dogwood trees, blueberry bushes, apple trees and walnut trees. Boxwood, wisteria, daffodils, azaleas, hydrangea, muscadine, grape vines, gladiolas, lilac, crepe myrtle, holly bushes and other flowering bushes and trees. The wineries and tasting rooms are open year round. Many state and federal parks in the area. The fall leaves are gorgeous.

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Listed for $599,000

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