The Hamilton Place, an 1880's farmhouse on 8.6 acres: Arabi, Georgia
The Hamilton Place is an exquisite 1880’s farmhouse located on 8.6 acres in Arabi, Georgia. This home has been in the Hamilton family since it was built and has never been available for sale. Take a turn on the road less traveled and experience The Hamilton Place, a truly unique and remarkable home located in a quiet and peaceful setting.
Nestled among the pecans and pines, this 3 bedroom 2 bath home is constructed of lumber that was harvested and milled from the original Hamilton Farm. It has been meticulously maintained throughout the years. A new roof, air conditioning unit and a complete septic system replacement were all completed in 2021. The property also features the quintessential red two story barn, a porte-cochere, workshop/office, in ground sprinkler system and a deep water well.
Now, the property is ready for a new homeowner—one who will appreciate and understand the hidden gem that sits along a quiet road in southern Crisp County. While currently occupied, the home can be viewed by appointment or during the open house event on August 13 from 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. This is an exclusive opportunity to own one of Crisp Counties’ unsung treasures. Don’t let this extraordinary chance slip away.
Auction Day Announcements:
It's recommended to view and bid from the tile view page. This is the first page when you first enter the auction from the home screen. There will be a green outline around the property box when you are in the winning position. A red box will appear around the property box when you have been outbid.
Extended Bidding Reminder: If a bid is placed on the property within the last five (5) minutes of the auction the ending time of the auction will be extended for five (5) minutes. The bidding will remain open until no further bids have been placed five (5) minutes.
The Personal Property auction is conditioned upon the home selling. In the event the property does not reach the reserve price the personal property auction will be cancelled.
The successful bidder must within 24 hours execute the Purchase and Sale Agreement and remit an earnest deposit. The earnest deposit is ten percent (10%) of the total purchase price (i.e. high bid amount plus the buyer’s premium). If you cannot make a deposit within 24 hours of the receipt of the contract do not bid.