A BIG ROCKY CREEK AND 38+/- ACRES a short skip and a hop away from Downtown Dahlonega. Clay Creek - a Georgia Department of Natural Resources designated Trout Stream - forms up on the National Forest at the base of Long Mountain in Lumpkin County and winds its way southward and along this property to ultimately contribute its waters to the Gulf of Mexico. There's even a small island - some 175ish feet long - in the creek and flowing in upstream is a small noisy branch. Clay Creek Falls Road, a paved County Road, runs alongside the property and the Creek and power/land lines are very close by. The interior of this tract offers a naturalized "feel" with tall timber and native understory. Across the Creek it's a steep trajectory up mountainous terrain to the top of the property where there's a flat plateau. From here, over to the east, Crown Mountain projects above the skyline and the surrounding hills are visible all around and there's plenty of room for structures and outbuildings. The location is very convenient to Downtown Dahlonega, a few minutes from the Public Square but it's also convenient to bypass Town altogether with direct access down to Hwy 400 (4-lane).