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0.74 Acres Of Land For Sale In Cobb, Georgia
329 S FLINTSIDE DRIVE
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One of the best views on Lake Blackshear. Views north and south as far as you can see. Boat house and dock are grandfathered in so there are options - including an observation deck over the boathouse. Location is high enough so that you can build out of the Flood Plain.
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