This beautiful and serene property is truly one-of-a-kind! The McCrae Estate consists of 79.33+/- acres in Putnam County. The house is one of the oldest homes in Eatonton and dates back to 1802 when the property was originally a part of Baldwin County. The house is perfectly situated (on a point where Hitchcock Creek and Murder Creek meet) and on a plateau that affords continual breezes. Once you pass through the boxwoods and enter the front door - you step back in time. Limited interior walls and open floor plan. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the main floor with a library/loft upstairs (ideal spot to get away). A short walk down to the river you will find the peaceful and relaxing shoals with great fishing. From the property, you can navigate by boat into Lake Sinclair. National Forest Land borders both the front of the property and across the river which provides unencumbered privacy. This is a hunters delight with deer and turkey roaming throughout. There is a rustic hunting cabin on property that has a wood burning stove (no electricity), bunk beds, screened in porch and fire pit. Numerous buildings on the property have unlimited uses. There is a one-stall horse barn as well as a historic horse barn (currently used for storage). All of this....plus a possible pond site. All new windows installed in 2003. Seller requires 24 hour notice on all showings.