Mitchell Tract is Lot 1 of Old Poor Robin Pass Subdivision which is a stick built home large acre development a couple minutes east of Sylvania in Screven County. Property consist of 9.51 acres at the corner of Buck Creek Road and Old Poor Robin Road. Crepe Myrtles were planted at the entrance to the property and there is a graded drive to the home site. The home site has a raised dirt foundation that can be used for building. A small pond is on the property. Young pines and pecan trees are scattered around the property with most of the property in grass. A buffer of hardwood trees are along the boundary between the southern and western neighbors. The north and eastern boundary is Buck Creek Road and Old Poor Robin Road.
The property has covenants shown below for your review. Basically, a minimum of 1,750 sq ft stick built home, a detached garage and other outbuildings are allowed. Pets and animals are allowed with some exception. The intent of covenants were to maintain a nice quiet community setting that was existent when this parcel was subdivided. We feel this is a quality property in a quality rural neighborhood in the great county of Screven. Property is a few minutes from Sylvania on a large corner lot with plenty of space. Power is on both county paved road frontages. Property taxes for 2020 were $412.
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