Yesterday’s post mentioned that I went to play golf on Monday, in between fawn photo shoots. The photo below was taken during that round of golf, at the pond on Hole 7. Click here for a related previous post (from almost one year ago) that explains why my golf game is not so great.
Let awake ones lie, too. Young fawns are left alone for hours, but the mother will be back. Check back tomorrow for more photos of this fawn and the return of its mother, all taken yesterday in Bent Tree over the course of about 10 hours.
89 Thunderstruck Court in Bent Tree hit the market with an asking price of $649,000. Click here to link to the listing information.
192 Grassy Knob Court in Bent Tree just hit the market with an asking price of $479,000. The unique 4 bed, 3½ bath log home has frontage on Lake Tamarack. Click here to link to the listing information.
“This couple updated this home for themselves. Unexpected job opportunity – so someone benefits from all their work!” – from current listing
184 Panorama Point in Bent Tree hit the market with an asking price of $225,000. The house previously sold less than six months ago, and the new listing photos show quite a transformation. For example, shown below are before and after photos of the kitchen (both are listing photos, the first from last year, the second from the current listing). Click here to link to the listing information.
As of yesterday, 26 Bent Tree home sales have hit the books as closed in 2019, for total sales of $6,108,051. At least 13 more sales are contingent or pending.
Click here to link to the listing information for 124 Rainbow Court in Bent Tree. The 3 bed, 3 bath lakefront home hit the market last week with an asking price of $278,000.
Solomon’s Seal and False Solomon’s Seal have been blooming in Bent Tree this month. Both plants are native in Georgia and have similar leaves, but have very different flowers (see photos below).