The SpaceThis 7 bedroom house has two bathrooms and 3 bedrooms in the front with gas burning fireplaces. Although 10 beds are in these 3 rooms, they can sleep 6-8 people comfortably. In the center of the house, you have the family room, kitchen,and dining room. In the back, you have 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a small den with a sofa bed and TV. Three of the bedrooms have 2 beds, and l has one double bed. The house has two wings with the major common areas in the center. Guest AccessGuests will be able to access the entire house. The house is the family's gathering place, but not where any of the family members live all the time. Interaction with GuestsI will be there to meet, greet, and assist guest in getting settled. I will be accessible if they need me. Otherwise, I will be hands off and just let them enjoy the space. The NeighborhoodThis is a quiet farming town with no major retail or grocery stores. Almost everyone in the town knows everybody. This charming town is nestled on the banks of the Ogeechee River in Southwest Burke County. Midville's boat ramp, recently rebuilt and improved, is one of the most popular entry points for boater and fishermen on the Ogeechee River. Burke County may be best known for one of its oldest traditions, hosting some of the largest field trials for bird dogs in the world. This pastime has earned Waynesboro, the county seat, the title of Bird Dog Capital of the World. Since 1903, enthusiasts have flocked to Burke County with their very best pointers and setters to enter them in competitions. Burke County is also known for hunting. Hundreds come each year to hunt quail, dove, deer, and turkey. Burke County is home to four wildlife management areas operation by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. The public lands offer thousands of areas to sportsmen and nature enthusiasts for their enjoyment.
There are no major grocery or retail stores in Midville. Most people go to Waynesboro (23 miles) or Swainsboro (17 miles). Both of these towns are easily accessible by Highway 56 which runs through Midville. Smaller closer towns are Wadley (11 miles) and Millen (14 miles); these are easily accessible by Highway 17 which also runs through Midville. People travel to Augusta (56 miles on Highway 56 or 25). Getting AroundThere is no public transportation in Midville. Traffic is not heavy. No major interstate runs through it, but the county and state roads are good. You will need you own transportation.