What to Do When You’ve Bought Financed Land in Georgia
Imagine having the best of both worlds. After nestling in for the night in your cozy little cabin in the woods in Baldwin County, GA, you wake up the next morning for a full day of all the area has to offer. You could explore museums, see shows, go skating, or just be a part of the collective outdoors at a nature center. Once you’re done being a member of society all day, you go right back home to your little home in the woods. Snuggle in on your private little patch of heaven for a good night’s sleep amongst the sound of the crickets and owls, and then wake up and do it again with a new adventure within driving distance.
So, what trips can you make while you are taking a break from your rural little cottage on the owner financed land in Georgia? Take your pick!
The Tubman African American Museum
Get your history in Macon and learn about one of the most important heroes of the pre-Civil War era. Harriet Tubman, also known as “Black Moses,” saved hundreds of slaves and then served as a military nurse in the Civil War. Get to know the history of Georgia and how brave people carried on even in difficult times.
Go Ice Skating
Whether you decide to find a frozen over pond in the woods or you prefer to get out and visit the town, you’ve got plenty of choices. Skating is a fun way to get some exercise and blow off some steam. Just about anyone can pick it up, so bring the kids and make a family excursion.
Catch a Show
Be an adult and reward yourself after some hard work fixing up your property by going out to relax. Collective Soul is playing at the Macon City Auditorium in April, and many other artists include the city in their tours as well. Even if a concert is more than you are ready to take in, there are also movie theaters in the area and plenty of local artists to entertain you on a more intimate scale.
Relax at a Park
After working on your house, you might be ready to go out and stretch your legs a little. Take your bike to a nearby park for a ride or do a little jogging. You might even think about rollerblading! Bring a picnic lunch so you can make a day of being out. Enjoy nature, or do some people watching. The possibilities are endless.
Now, of course, there’s nothing to say you can’t just stay put once you’ve built your little farmhouse or cabin in O’Quinn’s Pond Farm in Milledgeville, GA. You might prefer to commune with the outdoors, staying on the land to cultivate your garden or farm. No matter how you choose to spend your days, you can get it done from your new owner financed plot of land in Georgia. Get in touch with Hurdle today to get started!