Click here to link to the listing for 326 Alpine Drive. The amazing home is priced at $659,900.
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New Listing With Mountain Views
Click here to link to the listing for 110 Mole Mountain Court in Bent Tree. The 6650 sq ft executive home sits on 1.89 acres and is priced at $679,000.
New Listing in Bent Tree – 155 Panorama Point
Click here to link to the listing for 155 Panorama Point in Bent Tree.
”Sitting and watching the sunset and glimpses of the Atlanta city skyline off in the distance will put a smile on your face knowing you’ve left the hustle and bustle of city living.” - from listing description
Bucks in Bent Tree
Earlier this month I posted a photo of a doe and wild turkey poults in Bent Tree. The photo was taken last June. That was actually the last photo in a series. Here are some more photos, from that day last summer, that tell more of the story. I stopped to let a doe and turkey cross the road, then saw a couple of poults. Then they just kept coming. It was like the doe was the crossing guard for the turkeys.
Turkey poults strolling past a doe in Bent Tree this summer:
The White Squirrels are Still Around
The first photo was taken in June and the second photo was taken in September.
A Buck on Thanksgiving
This buck was trailing a doe through our backyard yesterday morning.
The Buck Stops Here
Many thanks to the Bent Tree homeowner/photographer who let me share these fantastic photos. Yesterday, he saw this 6 point buck chasing does (with no luck). Then, a short time later, the tired buck took a needed rest.
36 Years Ago, the Property Owners Gained Control
Note – as you read this post, you can click on the links (yellow text) for additional Bent Tree corporate history. And, since today is Veterans Day, click here for a 2017 post about the visionary behind the Bent Tree dream.
Thirty-six years ago, a settlement agreement was reached between Bent Tree Corporation (not the same as BTCI) and Bent Tree Property Owners Association, Inc. The amenities/common properties were turned over to the property owners, under a management arrangement on November 1, 1983 and the actual transfer of ownership to the property owners occurred later that month. Bent Tree Community, Inc. was established by BTPOA to own and operate the facilities on behalf of the Bent Tree property owners. The following quote is from the November 1983 Echo (the first Echo published by BTCI instead of by Bent Tree Country Club):