January 23, 2018

Home for Sale Pike County | 16078 HWY 109 Meansville, GA 30258 | MLS # 8313108 | VIRTUAL TOUR

Do you love the craftsman look, with the ship lap walls, barn doors, hardwood floors?? If so this house is for you!




  • Practically brand new home sits on a beautiful 3 acre lot, 4 bedrooms & 2 baths.
  • Home has hardwood in all areas other than 3 guest bedrooms they have carpet.
  • Kitchen has stylish white shaker cabinets w/granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances & tile backsplash.
  • You will find ship lap accents in the family room over the wood burning fireplace & in the laundry room.
  • All bedrooms are generous in size.
  • In the master you will walk through the barn door to a spacious ensuite bath with walk in shower, soaker tub and walk in closet.
  • Home has breakfast room and separate dining room.
  • Enjoy the beautiful GA weather on your covered back porch
  • See full listing details here! 
  • Contact Angi Pilkenton at McLeRoy Realty to make this home yours today!
    • 770.468.3549 | 770.567.3030
January 19, 2018

Land for Sale Pike County | T-B Anthony Road Molena, GA 30258 | MLS # 8311137

This beautiful corner lot will make the perfect setting for quiet rural living!



  • Build your dream home or simply own a piece of serene south Pike County property.
  • Two of three sides have total road frontage (Mount View and Anthony). Convenient to Zebulon, Thomaston, Molena, Concord and Woodbury.
  • See full listing here! 
  • Contact Nathan at McLeRoy Realty to see this land today!
    • 770.567.3030 | 770.468.0768



January 11, 2018

Organize Your Home in Less Than an Hour a Day- Take a Look!

article from Houselogic. 

Did you ever notice that your self-improvement pacts with yourself are action oriented? Walk 10,000 steps a day. Fix that leaky faucet. Register for VolunteerMatch.

But “get organized”? It’s a goal so broad that just trying to figure out what action to take makes you wonder what you were thinking in the first place. It’s like you need an organizing plan for your organizing.

Ta da!

Here it is. Follow these steps, spending less than an hour day (sometimes just a few moments), to a better organized home:

1. Do That Project

“What about your space is making you feel uncomfortable or overwhelmed?” asks Amy Trager, a professional organizer in Chicago. Is it the paperwork disaster in your office? The pile of clothes teetering on your dresser? Or that mess that surrounds your doorway? Start with what’s annoying you, she says. One hour on that task will get your organizing engine revving.

2. Create a “Go Away” Box

Put anything you’re planning to donate in it (or give to a friend, or take to recycle). And keep it by the door so you can easily grab it when you’re leaving.

3. Deal With the Decorations

Hallelujah — the holidays are over! When you’re putting away your décor, donate anything you didn’t bring out last season, and separate decorations by holiday. No need to dig through your St. Patty’s clovers when you’re searching for a menorah.

4. Create a System for Your Entryway

Set up a “command center” so your front door doesn’t become a lawless accessories arena, especially during winter months. Add hooks for coats, bins for shoes, and a mail sorter if you need it. (Remember to keep a place for your “go away” box).

5. Wrangle Your Pet Supplies

Minimize the time spent scrambling when your pup is desperate for a walk or eager for a meal. Hang hooks and cubbies near the door and keep leashes, kibble, bowls, and toys in one convenient spot.

6. Organize Your Spices

Arrange your herbs and spices alphabetically, by cuisine, or by brand — whatever makes them easier to find when you’re in the middle of your noodle stir fry.

7. Pare Down Your Utensils

You’ve accumulated several dozen kitchen utensils in your culinary career: can openers, microplanes, four (what?!) wine openers. Pare down the collection and use drawer dividers to keep the remainders in order.

8. Reconfigure Your Pots and Pans

Stop digging around in your shelves for the oversized, cast-iron skillet. Donate the pots and pans you hardly use, and install cupboard organizers to help manage the rest.

9. Throw Away Expired Foods

You never use Worcestershire sauce — except that one time. Go through your refrigerator and pantry and ditch or donate anything past its prime.

10. Stack Your Pantry Staples

Make better use of your pantry by sorting through your staple dry goods — think flour, sugar, pasta, oatmeal, dry beans — and putting them in airtight, stackable containers. You’ll free up a ton of space, too.

11. Downsize Your Kitchen Gadgets

You had noble intentions when you purchased that spiralizer. (Zucchini noodles every night, right?) Give those space hogs to someone else with lofty dreams.

12. Say No to Coffee Mug Over-Saturation

Every time you lose a sock, a new coffee mug appears. Keep one or two mugs for every coffee or tea drinker, and donate the rest.

13. Sort Your Food Storage Containers

No singles allowed. Toss any tops or bottoms that have no mates.

14. Reassess Your Display Shelves

Shelves crammed with knickknacks, books you’ll never read, and stuff you somehow accumulated are just a waste of space. Donate books to the library, discard the junk, and arrange what’s left in a way that pleases you.

15. Deal With Your Cables

With a Roku, PlayStation, DVD player, and a cable box, it’s no surprise your entertainment center is a mess. Create ID tags for each plug from bread tags or cable ties, and bundle the clutter together with velcro strips.

16. Put Clothes on New Hangers

Switch your clothes over to the slimmer, grabbier hangers. They use less space and keep your clothes from sliding down to your closet floor. As you do this, discard the clothes you never wear.

17. Corral Your Accessories

Belts, scarves, purses, hats — all the accessories that don’t have a drawer or spot in the closet can end up everywhere. Buy an accessories hanger or install a simple series of hooks to give your wardrobe’s smallest members a home.

18. Purge Under the Bed

Under-bed storage is ideal for out-of-season clothing. But when out-of-season becomes out-of-sight and out-of-mind, clear out those clothes you’ll never wear again from this precious storage space.

19. Declutter Your Desk

When your workspace is swimming with collectibles, staplers, Post-its, and more, paring down can keep you focused when it’s time to hunker down.

20. Shred Old Paperwork

Not every form, statement, and tax record needs to stay in your filing cabinet forever. Check out this list to make sure you’re not wasting space. Shred the rest to ward off identity thieves.

21. Tidy Your Files

Now that you’ve shredded the paperwork you don’t need, tidy up your files by organizing them and labeling them clearly. Colorful folders can help organize by theme (home stuff, tax stuff, work stuff, etc.).

22. Get Rid of Mystery Electronics

Admit it. You’ve got a drawer where black mystery cords, chargers, and oddball electronic bits go to die. Free that drawer up for better uses, or at least get rid of the ones you know for sure are “dead.”

23. Pare Down Your Personal Care Stuff

Your intentions were honorable when you bought that curl-enhancing shampoo — but it expired two years ago, and you haven’t used it since. Throw away any expired potions, salves, hair products, and medicines.

24. Tackle Under-the-Sink Storage

Clean everything out. You’ll be amazed at what you find (like those Magic Erasers you could never find). Then put back everything you’re keeping in bins you can easily pull out so nothing gets lost again.

25. Hang a Shelf

Wall storage is so often overlooked. Find a spot in your home where a shelf would solve a problem, and hang it. Maybe it’s for some toiletries in the bathroom, or laundry supplies, or for your kid’s stuffed toys.

Related: Yep, You Can Put Shelves There: 5 Inspired Storage Ideas

26. Reduce Your Towels and Linens

There are the towels you use — and the stack of towels you never use. Donate them to the animal shelter. Those torn pillowcases? Convert to rags or toss. Same for napkins, dishtowels, pot holders, etc.

27. Hang a Shoe Organizer

Hanging shoe organizers can solve a ton of storage problems beyond the obvious. They can store scarves, mittens, cleaning supplies, craft supplies. You can even cut them to custom-fit inside a cabinet door.

Related: Ideas for Using Shoe Organizers

28. Organize Your Junk Drawer for Good

There’s no shame in a junk drawer — but why not organize it? Dump the whole thing on one surface and sort everything into piles. Use drawer dividers to keep each pile in its own space.

29. Store Your Tools the Right Way

Finding the right Phillips-head screwdriver to put together that cute IKEA bookshelf shouldn’t be so hard. Track down your hammers and screwdrivers, and arrange them in one easy-to-access spot, such as a pegboard.

30. Plan for the Future

See how much you’ve accomplished! Take a look around your newly organized home, making note of any spaces you missed. Then dream a bit about your next home project. Maybe paint that dining room, finally?

January 4, 2018

Home for Sale Pike County | 558 Deerlake Drive Griffin, GA 30224 | MLS #8303995

Amazing new construction in N Pike County, home has 4100+ square feet with an unfinished basement.




Walk into the main level and from the foyer you have a private office and a dining room ample enough for a 12 top table. The kitchen has custom made cabinets with a large island all with granite countertops, eat in breakfast area, butlers pantry and additional pantry closet. Master bedroom is large with ensuite bath that has a whirlpool tub, and walk in shower. Upstairs you have 3 bedrooms, two bedrooms have a jack and jill bath, one bedroom has an attached bath. All bathrooms have tile floors with granite countertops. Bonus room upstairs in addition to the bedrooms. Home has 3 car garage and outdoor fireplace. Neighborhood has a community lake and dock. 

Virtual Tour coming soon!

Contact Angi at McLeRoy Realty to see this home today!

770.468.3549 | 770.567.3030

January 2, 2018

Home for Sale Spalding County | 1317 West Poplar Street Griffin, GA 30224 | MLS # 8302320

If You Have The Vision To See What It Could Become Then This House Needs You!



What Could These Walls Tell Us If They Could Talk? House Being Sold As-Is And Will Need TLC To Bring It Back To Life. House Was Livable Prior To Family Moving Out And Utilities Are Currently On. An Old Courtyard Is Located In The Back Yard. Located Close To Business Area And Close To The New Aldi Being Built.

See full listing details here! 

To see this home in person contact Alicia at McLeRoy Realty! 770.567.3030 | 770.584.1854



December 4, 2017

Home for Sale Pike County | 2022 Woodcreek Road Williamson, GA 30292 | MLS # 8294189 | VIRTUAL TOUR

4 Bedrooms and 2.5 baths on 5 acres in Pike County




4 Bedrooms and 2.5 baths on 5 acres in Pike County.
Upstairs boasts 3 large bedrooms, a full bath with dual vanities, loft area and bonus room with closets.
Main level offers master bedroom and bathroom with bachelor height cabinets, dual vanities, separate shower, soaker tub and 2 walk in closets.
Kitchen has granite countertops, breakfast bar, gas stove, main level has a library/office.
Land is currently fenced for horses.
More acreage available.
See full listing details here!
Contact Angi at McLeRoy Realty to make this home yours today!

770.468.3549 | 770.567.3030

November 30, 2017

Home for Sale Upson County | 73 Doe Run Thomaston, GA 30286 | MLS # 8292506

Are You Ready To Get Away From It All?



  • This Champion Titan 2006 Mobile Home Is Located On Two (2) Acres And Gives You Plenty Of Square Footage (1848 SF).
  • Offering Four Bedrooms With Master Bedroom/Bathroom On One Side Giving You A Split Bedroom Plan.
  • The Living/Dining Combination With All Appliances Remaining Are Located Next To The Den/Family Room Area.
  • Sliding Doors Give You Access To The Covered/Metal Roof Back Porch With A Stainless Steel Sink For Cleaning Vegetables Or Using For Cookouts.
  • Also Including A Lark 10 x 14 Outbuilding With Insulation, Power And Air.
  • Very Minimal TLC And This Place Will Make A Nice Place To Live
  • Contact Alicia today to see this home in person!
    • 770.567.3030 | 770.584.1854
November 28, 2017

Home for Sale Pike County | 67 Kelly Road Molena, GA 30258 | MLS # 8290432 | VIRTUAL TOUR

Lovingly maintained move-in ready mobile with metal roof on meticulously landscaped fully fenced yard




  • 2 out bldgs.
  • Pellet stove in the quiet haven of a sun porch with ceramic tile floors and enjoy sunrise or watch for hummingbirds on the front porch.
  • Formal LR, kit, and DR with HDWD floods.
  • Open floor plan.
  • Kit has tons of cabinets and solid surface counter tops.
  • Den has pellet stove FP and built-in TV cabinet for a large TV and all of your equipment.
  • King sized master suite w/ garden tub and tall vanity & walk-in closet.
  • Built-in office nook tucked away from the noise of the rest of the family.
  • Laundry opens to hall BA to create mud room off the sunroom.
  • Property so awesome, too much to list. *
  • Need furniture? Most all is for sale in this home. Just ask!*