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For Sale by Owner (Agents Welcome)
28.42 Acres in the Valley with Video $20K per ac.
1753 Hwy 114 Summerville, Georgia 30747
The property has a high daily traffic count of over 6000 cars per day on Highway 114 with over 1,200 feet of frontage.
The property has 5 freshly graded acres.
The property also has sidewalks, gas & county water.
This property is now home to a new flea market but is perfect for a bowling alley, strip mall, store, church, drive-in theater and much, much more.
In the Northwest Georgia mountains, you'll find a small town atmosphere that is an appealing alternative to metropolitan life. The region offers excellent schools, health care, shopping and other amenities.
Whether you are looking for a farm house nestled among the mountains, a cozy home in a subdivision with many amenities or a spacious apartment, you can find it here. Developments such as Canyon Ridge, atop Lookout Mountain, or Fieldstone Farms in Rock Spring, reflect the type of quality living provided in our Northwest Georgia communities.
Northwest Georgia is one of the fastest growing regions in the State of Georgia. The awareness of potential growth has positioned the region to provide quality workforce, education and health care.
With a combined civilian labor force of approximately 92,000 people and an average unemployment rate of 6.32%, we are confident that Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade and Walker Counties can meet your labor force needs. Northwestern Technical College serves our four county region of Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade and Walker and offers associate degree programs as well as individualized training programs customized for specific industries.
Quality education is a priority in the region. Our schools have been recognized on a State and National level and continue to improve students' work-ready skill levels by participating in a State program known as Georgia Work Ready.
Recognized several times by the Georgia Hospital Alliance as one of the top community hospitals in Georgia, Hutcheson Medical Center is a 300-bed comprehensive system and serves more than 130,000 residents in Catoosa, Dade and Walker Counties. Serving six counties including Chattooga, Floyd Medical Center, a 304-bed acute care hospital and regional referral center, was recognized by the Georgia Hospital Alliance as Hospital of the Year in 2005.
Four distinct seasons with mild winters make the area's weather perfect for outdoor sports including golf, hunting and water sports.
Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade and Walker Counties possess rich natural and cultural heritage tourism assets. We are home to the world's oldest and largest national military park known as Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. Other attractions and recreations offered in Northwest Georgia consists of The 6th Calvary Museum, Crockford-Pigeon Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Lookout Mountain Flight Park, and Rock City Gardens just to name a few.
We invite you to come see why we think Northwest Georgia is the best place to live, work and play!
Chattooga County, Georgia
Population 25470 people
Average Household Income $37600
Labor Force 11281 people
Employment 10022 people
Unemployment Rate 11.2%
Draw Area Manufacturing Employment 23683 people
Draw Area Labor Availability 10071 people
Average Manufacturing Weekly Wage $575
Average Non-manufacturing Weekly Wage $535
Union Workers 0%
Union Companies 0%
Effective Property Tax $7.37 per $1000 of fair market value
Millage Rate (unincorporated) 18.43
Local Sales Tax 3%
State Sales Tax 4%
Freeport Tax Exemption 20%
Job Tax Credit (3500 per job + 500 JDA) $4000
Investment Tax Credit 5%
Source: Georgia Department of Labor (Industry Mix), Second Quarter 2008
Georgia Department of Labor (Labor Figures), November 2008
Georgia Department of Economic Development 2009
County, last general update, 2000
Georgia Department of Community Affairs, 2009
Georgia Department of Revenue (Tax Rates), 2008