Old Toccoa Farm

New Ways to Live and Play in Georgia’s Blue Ridge

Situated perfectly between mountain and river, Old Toccoa Farm provides for an endless variety of pursuits, including golfing, hiking, fly fishing and paddling. But it’s the charm and graciousness of Blue Ridge’s only golf and river community that truly welcomes you in.

Well, that and the completion of the final nine holes of the stunning golf course! When fully open, the par-70 Dan Proctor, Dave Axland and Bunker Hill-designed links-feel course will run 6,850 yards through 125 acres of rolling hills, wildflower meadows and riverside greens.

A new teaching pro will join the staff this summer to assist members with their game, and work closely with the local high school golf team and Special Olympics golf team. Plans are also being finalized for construction of the pro shop/bar grille and river pavilion.

A new Vision Springs to Life

Just as noteworthy is the thoughtfully designed community springing to life inside the gated property. Nine custom homes have already been completed, with five more currently under construction. An additional nine homes will break ground this summer, and 10 one-and two-bedroom cottages with high-end finishes of stone and cedar shake are currently in design review.


Increasingly, buyers in Old Toccoa Farm are looking to make their new mountain retreat their “dual primary home” for now — and eventually, their full-time residence. They stretch out their weekends to three or four days because they fall in love with the area’s culturally-rich programs and social activities, both on and off the Farm. With Atlanta and Chattanooga only a 90-minute drive away, staying longer is a much easier decision to make.

Linger Longer

Make plans to visit — play a round of golf and tour the community to learn more about life at Old Toccoa Farm, including the latest real estate offers and membership opportunities.

Even better, contact Escape to Blue Ridge Cabin Rentals to reserve your stay at Ambleside Cottage. This exquisitely appointed home accommodates up to 16 guests, sits between the 7th and 8th holes, and overlooks the Toccoa River below.