Sugar Creek Farm is a fantastic 227± acre property located just one-hour east of downtown Atlanta on the outskirts of Madison, Georgia. Sugar Creek’s grounds have been impeccably cared for and offer a diverse landscape with good water resources, a nice mix of open and forested landscape, and an attractive rolling topography. The recreational activities are abundant and will engage all generations of a family. The water resources include a gorgeous and well-managed 6-acre fishing lake and nearly a mile of Sugar Creek, which is the property’s northern boundary line. The improvements are immaculately maintained and include a spectacular, artisan-crafted main house. Custom designed by architect Steve Kemp, the attention to detail and craftsmanship is evident throughout this 5,225± square foot log and stone home built in 2009. The logs are hand-hewn hemlock and every bit of the stone was hand-cut on site. The farm is only 10 minutes from the historic town of Madison, 20 minutes from Reynolds Plantation at Lake Oconee, and 40 minutes from the university town of Athens. The property is protected by a conservation easement that is held with Athens Land Trust.