“Not to mention the indoor lap pool on the terrace level as well as a basketball court / racketball court!”

Click here to link to information for 231 Big Stump Mountain Trail in Bent Tree. The custom home is listed at $399,900.  Click the listing photo below to link to a virtual tour.

231 big stump

231 Big Stump Mountain Trail in Bent Tree (listing photo) – click photo to link to virtual tour

 

“…quiet cul-de-sac in Bent Tree, a gated, golfing community in the mountains of North Georgia.”

Click here to link to the listing information for 296 Fairview Court in Bent Tree.  The 4 bed / 4 bath home is priced at $324,900. Click the listing photo below to link to a virtual tour.

296 Fairview Court in Bent Tree (listing photo)

296 Fairview Court in Bent Tree (listing photo)

“…OVER TWO ACRES in the beautiful mountain community of Bent Tree.”

Click here to link to the listing information for a lot (2.27 acres) on Thunder Ridge in Bent Tree. It is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and backs up to Bent Tree greenspace (which in turn backs up to Big Canoe greenspace). The price is $39,900.

map showing lot 1618 Thunder Ridge in Bent Tree

map showing lot 1618 Thunder Ridge in Bent Tree

 

“Lakefront living, plus beautiful mountain views…”

Click here to link to the listing information for 141 Blue Pine Court in Bent Tree. The 3 bed, 2 bath home on Lake Tamarack hit the market a few days ago, priced at $399,900. Click the listing photo below to link to a video tour.

141 Blue Pine Ct (photo from listing)

141 Blue Pine Ct (photo from listing)

Shrinking Inventory

The number of homes listed for sale in Bent Tree continues to shrink.  When I looked at one of my favorite real estate websites yesterday, only 22 Bent Tree homes were tagged as “ACTIVE” for sale.  Of those 22, seven were already “UNDER CONTRACT” (in the due diligence period).  An additional 20 homes have a “SALES PENDING” status.  There are still great build-able lots available.

 

 

“Participation Surge”

Click here to link to the National Golf Foundation’s July 29th Covid-19 Impact article.  At the mid-point of the year, data is pointing to a possible 20% increase in the number of junior golfers (ages 6-17) this year.  Quoting from the article, It makes sense, with golf celebrated as a safe and healthy outdoor activity for all ages as the coronavirus rages on. With many youth sports on hold or slowly coming back, and families seeking activities they can do together, especially as schools were out, golf has emerged as a terrific alternative.