2 Residential Lots within Subdivision | ± 2.48 Acres

381 Vicki Lane & 404 Marilyn Court Stockbridge, GA 30281

381 Vicki Lane & 404 Marilyn Court, Stockbridge, GA, 30281
381 Vicki Lane & 404 Marilyn Court, Stockbridge, GA, 30281
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Amount:
$79,000
Last Verified:
Mar 26, 2020

Highlights

  • Two fully-developed lots for sale at $79,000 ($39,500/lot)
  • Zoned R-2 Conditional
  • Each lot is "street graded" with building pads suitable for basement and slab foundation construction
  • Individual lot sizes range from ± 0.74 to ± 1.74 acres and have successfully undergone a Level III Soil Study
  • All utilities are located underground and available at the property lines, except sanitary sewer
  • Lots are not available individually

Description

This two-lot offering is well-located within the Hambrick Creek subdivision in Stockbridge, GA, in unincorporated Henry County.

Developed in 2004 and 2006, the subdivision is a (77) lot single-family community with over (56) existing homeowners. The development is situated on ± 153 acres and complete with ± 25 acres of open space, a lake and a swimming pool maintained by Hambrick Creek Homeowners Association.

Situated immedaitely off Old Conyers Road (GA 138). To the west, GA 138 provides easy access to Stockbridge and I-675 and I-75. To the east, GA 138 connects with GA 155 providing access to I-285.

Lot Size: 2.48 acres

Map of 381 Vicki Lane & 404 Marilyn Court, Stockbridge, GA, 30281

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