205 Sparrowhawk Drive Evans, GA: In the Seller’s Words

We interviewed the current owners of 205 Sparrowhawk Drive to find out more about this #EvansGAhome!

lady a pavillionThings you love about your town:
Evans is the perfect place to raise a family. It’s not too big, nor too small. There are some nice restaurants, grocery stores and places to shop. Lady Antebellum Amphitheater hosts lots of entertainment. There are some nice parks and a good library conveniently located in the middle of town. We are also close to Clark Hill Lake and the river. The Locks are a nice place to go walking or biking along the river. You can kayak or canoe there as well.

savannah riverTell us about your neighborhood:
Our neighborhood is very safe and very family-oriented. Everyone takes care of their yards and homes. Our neighborhood is conveniently located to restaurants, shopping, and parks. We are also located in one of the most desirable school districts.

Where do you love to eat? We like to eat at Poblanos. They treat us like family when we go there – usually once a week. We also like Mellow mellow mushroomMushroom and Pizza Joint. French Market Grille West and Toki are other favorites.
Nearby grocery stores and other conveniences:
We are conveniently located to 2 Publix stores, a Kroger, a Bi-Lo, Wal-Mart grocery store and Earth Fare. There is also a little produce stand at the
road leading to our neighborhood.
What did you love about your property when you bought it?
I love the view from my backyard. We have wetlands behind our house so no one is allowed to build back there. There is a small creek that runs 001- (2)through the back of the property with beautiful hardwood trees and pines.
My boys have always enjoyed pitching tents and camping near the creek. We see deer walking through the woods in the early morning and at dusk. It’s just very relaxing to sit on the back deck and listen to nature.

To schedule a showing call (706) 225-2520

For full home details visit 205 Sparrowhawk Drive

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