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.
This nonvenomous Eastern Milk Snake was playing possum on the cart path beyond the green on Hole 6, yesterday. Once it started moving, it slithered off into the grass and disappeared.
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.
46 Golf View Court in Bent Tree just hit the market with an asking price of $325,000. This home should have spectacular views of the golf course and good views of the lake and mountains. Click here to link to the listing information for the 4 bed, 4½ bath golf course home that sits on 2.44 acres. At the time of this post, there were only three pictures included with the listing, but I’m sure more will be added soon.
The photo below was taken yesterday evening from the cart path on Hole 10, looking across the golf course towards the house which overlooks the green on Hole 18.
It turns out that the soggy chickadee from last week has a nest full of babies.
After not seeing a deer in Bent Tree for several weeks, I was in the right place at the right time to see this pregnant doe, yesterday. According the the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division, “Most [fawns] are born between May and August with a peak in June.”
Every now and then, a round of golf at Bent Tree might be slightly delayed due to wildlife. That was the case yesterday when a line of turkeys crossed the #9 fairway. Click here for a somewhat related post from last year.