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Generous donors made gifts of land in support of MCT’s mission. MCT is now offering these properties for sale.
You can support MCT in its ongoing effort to preserve the natural resources and scenic beauty of the foothills and mountains of North Georgia through your purchase of one of these beautiful mountain properties.
Sparkling Springs Road, Pickens County
This 12-acre property in rural Pickens County is located near the Big Canoe neighborhood and is a short drive from both Jasper and Marble Hill.
The land is protected with a conservation easement held by MCT.
The easement allows for a buildable area of approximately four acres where a home and related outbuildings may be located. The remainder of the property would continue to exist largely in its natural condition, with low-impact recreational uses permitted. The East Branch of Long Swamp Creek forms the southern border, and the property is surrounded by other undeveloped, wooded tracts. This property is ideal for someone who wants a home and acreage in a private natural setting with abundant recreation opportunities.
Anderson Creek Retreat, lot #10, Gilmer County
Lot 10 in Anderson Creek Retreat is a 3.26-acre site on a hardwood ridge flanked by two spring creeks with banks of rhododendron, laurel, and ferns. The site joins the two-mile Creek Preserve Loop, a hiking trail that runs beside Anderson Creek, three spring creeks, and passes the Mulkey and Anderson homestead ruins. This site is ideal for those who appreciate a healthy outdoor lifestyle in a thoughtfully planned community with mountain views and quiet settings.
Anderson Creek Retreat is a conservation community next to the Chattahoochee National Forest and MCT protected lands conveniently near the historic mountain towns of Ellijay, Blue Ridge, and Dahlonega. Designed as a community in a private park to ensure the protection of wildlife habitat, open space, and water quality, ACR’s owners explore a variety of unspoiled natural settings without leaving the property. Private homesites offer access to twelve miles of trails over 1,200 acres of protected trout streams, high mountain ridges, hardwood forests, pastures, meadows, and the 19th-century homestead ruins of Scotch-Irish settlers.