Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Blue Ridge Mountain Home to Sell in July 19 Auction

BUSINESS WIRE - A secluded home in the mountains of North Georgia will sell at absolute auction Saturday, July 19, with Albert Burney Auction Company managing the sale. In an absolute auction, the property sells to the highest bidder with no minimum bid or reserve.

A lot of people just dont realize that there are still places in the Blue Ridge Mountains where you can have a secluded home and be surrounded by some of the most beautiful land in the world, so this auction gives us an opportunity to let more people know about it, said Warren Ward, president of Albert Burney.

The three-level home is located only seven miles south of the North Carolina/Tennessee state line, in an area that is known for spectacular mountain views and unspoiled wilderness. It features walk-around balconies on two levels, a floor-to-ceiling fireplace, a pool room (with table) and a master suite with a private sitting area overlooking the mountains.

The individuals selling this property chose the land about 15 years ago and built the home to take full advantage of the setting. The best thing is that youre virtually surrounded by nature, without the traffic and noise you find in areas to the north, said Ward. It is located minutes from the Toccoa River, the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway and the Chattahoochee and Cherokee national forests.

This is also one of the best areas in the Southeast for hunting, with several wildlife management areas where you can hunt white tail deer and even bear, said Ward.

Individuals interested in additional information about the home and auction may contact Albert Burney at 800.434.1654 or visit the companys web site at

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