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Darling Cartersville, Georgia Lakeside Home for Sale
24 Allatoona Road, Cartersville, Georgia 30121
Cartersville is northwest of Atlanta is northern Georgia and is the setting for this darling lakeside single family home (cabin) about 20 feet from the water. It has three bedrooms, two baths, 1,100 square feet and was built in 1972. The asking price is $265,000.
The property is in the Allatoona Lake Landing and Marina along 12,000-acre Allatoona Lake, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reservoir on the Etowah River. The home's exterior is green with white trim and a small front porch. The lawn is green, too.
Completely renovated, the inside features pale green walls, a white ceiling with a shelf along the top and vinyl wood plank floors. A wall of floor-to-ceiling windows is in the living room, and the lake and mountain views are amazing.
The wonderful kitchen boasts white cabinetry, white/gray quartz countertops, designer lighting, an island, white, black and stainless steel appliances and multi-colored tile walls. Windows from the living room stretch into the kitchen.
One bedroom is behind sliding doors off the kitchen and has a gorgeous tile bath with a jetted tub and water views. The second bedroom features blue walls, and the third is also home to the washer and dryer. The second bath is all wood cabinetry and has a walk-in shower. The HVAC and water heater are new. The home is being sold furnished.
Amenities include a clubhouse, a swimming pool, boat slips and dry storage.
The land is leased from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the HOA fee is $51 per month. Lawn maintenance, water, trash service and a 24-hour manned security gate are covered.
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Cartersville (population 22,000) is about 45 minutes northwest of downtown Atlanta in northern Georgia and is the county seat. It sits amid gently rolling hills and has a nice, non-touristy downtown with a large red brick courthouse, not to mention banks, an organic market, boutiques, insurance agents, clothiers and some excellent restaurants in one and two story brick buildings. On one side of the Young Brothers Pharmacy is the world's oldest painted Coca-Cola sign (1894).
Locals enjoy two 120,000 square foot Smithsonian-associated museums, the Telus Science Museum and the Bartow History Center. The Booth Museum is the largest Western history museum in the U.S. A train runs through downtown, evoking an earlier time (the old train depot is now used by the county convention bureau).
Beautiful Barnsley Resort is outside of town and attracts tourists. Pine Mountain is the place for hiking, and the nearby Etowah River is perfect for a canoeing or tubing trip.
Neighborhoods are well kept. The west side of town is peppered with lovely historic homes.
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