At Old Toccoa Farm, the experiences are authentic and rooted in the time-honored traditions of friends and family gathering in community. Supported by a careful selection of services and true southern hospitality, it’s the perfect lifestyle for discovering new passions — or reconnecting with old ones.


Blue Ridge bustles with antiques, quaint shops, fine galleries and unique restaurants. Alfresco dining, live music and theater are all part of the scene, but so are a delightful downtown city park and old railroad depot, now home to the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. Historic buildings line the tracks, and specialty purveyors offer “locally made” favorites.


Blue Ridge is a true arts town with a booming arts association, renowned art festivals, and a vibrant population of artists and craftsmen. Ground zero for all things artsy is the historic Fannin County Courthouse (image from Fannin County Chamber of Commerce), which now houses galleries, studios and classrooms.


Noontootla Creek Farms is where Old Toccoa Farm Residents and Members can enjoy 12 shooting stations for a total of 100 targets. Yell “Pull!” and get ready to blast away at the clay target disc. Grab your shotgun and ammo and enjoy a competitive round of sporting clays (or frequently referred to as “golf with shotguns”.) Hit as many as you can because, unlike golf, the one who has the highest score wins.


The land at Old Toccoa Farm is perfectly suited for residential home construction. Homesites generally range from one-half to three-quarters of an acre (many back up to additional greenspace) and are sited to maximize view orientation.