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1.37 acres located in Morris Village in Burke County. Located on property is a 1980 14 X 66 Redman New Moon single wide that is able to be lived in, as well as a 1973 12 X 40 Thunderbird that is being sold as-is and needs some TLC. All electric. All buildings and barns to remain.

Address: 294 Stripp Lane
State: GA
City: Waynesboro
County: Burke
Zip Code: 30830
Neighborhood: Other
MLS#: 450515
MLS Area:

Interior Details

  • Appliances:Other-See Remarks
  • Amenities:Other-See Remarks
  • Features:Other-See Remarks
  • Furnished:
  • Floor Type:Laminate, Other-See Remarks
  • Cooling:Window A/C
  • Heating:Other-See Remarks
  • Fuel:Electric
  • Other Rooms:Other-See Remarks

Rooms

  • Master Bedroom0 x 0
  • 2nd Bedroom0 x 0
  • 3rd Bedroom0 x 0
  • 4th Bedroom0 x 0
  • 5th Bedroom0 x 0
  • Dining Room0 x 0
  • Den0 x 0
  • Family Room0 x 0
  • Kitchen0 x 0
  • Living Room0 x 0

Exterior Details

  • Home Construction
  • Features:Detached Workshop, Garden Area, Outbuildings Remain, Secluded Lot
  • Exposure:
  • Roof Type:Metal
  • Garage Spaces:
  • Pool:No
  • Utilities:Well
  • Lot Description:Wooded
  • Lot Size:1.37 acres
  • Parking:None
  • Sewer:Septic System

Community Details

  • HOA: $0/mo
    Fees Include:

Rental Information

  • Rental Income:$0
  • Rental Number:0
  • Directions:Southeast on Ga Hwy 24, turn onto Stripp Lane, proceed to end of road. Property is on the right.
Property Information Last Updated: 1/17/2020 7:55:32 PM
Property Listed By BLANCHARD & CALHOUN-EVANS


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