Many Streams Ranch, ‘one of the most spectacular pieces of property in Floyd County’ amid 421 acres of panoramic views and a rustic retreat-style setting,  listed for $1.8 million.

Many Streams Ranch, ‘one of the most spectacular pieces of property in Floyd County’ amid 421 acres of panoramic views and a rustic retreat-style setting, listed for $1.8 million.

Two months ago, an auction didn’t bring the desired results so this time, Dr. Matt and Laura Mumber are taking a conventional approach for selling Many Streams Ranch, a $1.8 million listing with Hardy Realty for 421 acres in Big Texas Valley. The images — compelling video and still photos — almost make the sale on their own.

Since 1999, the Mumbers have assembled not only a home but also a mountainous escape featuring log cabins with plenty of room for relatives, reunions, retreats or other milestone events tucked into the Chattahoochee National Forest near the Floyd/Chattooga County line.  Under roof, you’ll find 11 bedrooms and 8.5 baths. Not under roof: A Candyland of outdoor options.

Said Matt Mumber, a radiation oncologist with Harbin Clinic, in an interview with Hometown Headlines earlier this year: “We’ve developed it over the last 20 years as a retreat center and donated the use of it to Cancer Navigators for retreats. We’ve also enjoyed it over the years with family and friends. And for the last five years, we’ve had it listed on VRBO for rentals for family reunions, church retreats and family gatherings. We now live on Mount Alto and have a beautiful place there … so we just figured we didn’t need both beautiful mountain views. Really, we are ready for the next chapter in our lives, so we thought now is the time to let someone else build and create the place of their dreams.”

As shown in the 130-second video atop this story produced by Keith Beauchamp of KB Aerial Imaging, the view of the ranch itself and surrounding hills and water are almost panoramic.  And the accompanying still photos complete a tour of the outdoors as well as inside the retreat’s living and play areas. Click here for a photo tour.

As states the listing with Hardy Realty:

“Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own one of the most spectacular pieces of property in Floyd County. This carefully curated outdoor oasis sits on 421 acres in the Chattahoochee National Forest and is a perfect weekend getaway, family retreat or income-producing retreat center (current short term rentals are $100,000 annually). 370 of the acres are in perpetual conservation easement with two three-acre reserved building envelopes. The remaining 52 acres surrounded by the easement land has four log cabin structures, two large pastures, hiking trails, multiple fresh water spring fed streams (with opportunity for a lake), abundant wildlife, small pond, rock labyrinth, gunite salt water pool, fire pit, sport court, two pavilions, amazing sunrise/sunset views and much more.”
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