Our real estate
magazine covers Elbert, Franklin, Hart, Madison and Stephens
Counties. It offers properties for sale on Lake Hartwell, Lake
Russell & Lake Thurmond, historic and residential homes and lots,
poultry and cattle farms, as well as commercial properties.
includes the towns of Elberton, Bowman, Dewy Rose, Ruckersville,
Lake Hartwell, Lake Russell & Thurmond Lake.
It was developed around the granite industry when quarrying
1889. It has a rich history with numerous homes and churches
constructed in the late 1700’s still
standing. The population is
20,494±. Attractions include: Main Street Elberton, Bobby Brown
Elbert County Wildlife Management Area, Georgia Guidestones (7.2 mi. north on GA Hwy 77 is a set of
monoliths consisting of a 10-part message for future generations
transcribed in 12 languages),
Granite Museum, Richard B. Russell Dam
& Lake, and Lake Richard B. Russell State Park.
includes the towns of Hartwell, Lavonia, Reed Creek, Bowersville,
Airline, Royston, Vanna,
Nuberg and includes Lake Hartwell. From the
beautiful shores of Lake Hartwell to the historic town of
Hart County welcomes you! With a total population of 24,278±, it
offers abundant industries
including large manufacturing companies
to the many small businesses on the Downtown Square. You will
find Hartwell Dam which was completed in the 1960's. It is
responsible for joining three tributaries into
the river valley,
resulting in the creation of Lake Hartwell, one of the most visited
lakes in the US. One of 10
Mega-Ramps is located at Gum Branch
Access. These sites were planned by Gov. Perdue as part of a 15-
bass fishing trail for tournaments and 2 of them are on Lake
Hartwell. Fishing contributes $1.5 billion to
Georgia’s economy each
year. Year-round recreation abounds including golf, fishing, camping
The area's temperate climate allows many lake sports
such as swimming, boating & skiing from April through
County also boasts Hart State Park. Sample this small town way of
life and you'll want to make
this area home.
includes the towns of Canon, Carnesville, Franklin Springs,
Lavonia, Royston, Sandy
Cross and Lake Hartwell and was named for
Benjamin Franklin. It was once Cherokee Indian land and ranks
in poultry industry in the state. Franklin County graces the
foothills of the beautiful Northeast GA
Mountains and is one of
Georgia’s oldest counties with a population of 21,824±. Attractions
Emmanuel College, Ty Cobb Museum, the Broad River, Victoria
Bryant State Park and Tugaloo State Park.
The beautiful shores of
Lake Hartwell (the 3rd largest man-made lake in the US) offers
fishing, boating and
water sports. It is 80 miles from Atlanta & 49
miles to Greenville, SC. I-85 runs through 20 miles of the
making this area a Mecca for industry and future growth. The
Franklin/Hart Airport located in Canon
has a 5,000 ft. paved runway
which has brought several new industries into the area. Franklin
County offers a
unique mix of history with a promising future and
couples small town comforts with progressive goals.
includes the towns of Toccoa, Avalon, Martin, Boydville and Lake
Hartwell. It was
created from Habersham and Franklin counties in
1905. The courthouse was constructed in Toccoa in 1907.
named for the nearby Toccoa Falls which is Cherokee for "the
beautiful." It has a population of
25,493± and is 15 miles north of
I-85, 90 miles NE of Atlanta, and 65 miles southwest of Greenville,
is accessible by GA 365, 123, 17 and 183. Attractions are: Currahee Mountain, Henderson Falls Park,
Stephens Co. Historical
Headquarters & Museum, Toccoa Falls, and Traveler’s Rest Historic
Site. The new
Currahee Military Museum (Band of Brothers) is now
open at the downtown depot.
includes the towns of Danielsville, Carlton, Comer, Colbert, Hull
and Ila. It is one of the
fastest growing counties in the state with
a population of 28,200±. Just minutes from the home of UGA in
Athens, and an easy drive from the metropolitan cities of Atlanta
and Greenville, SC, Madison County offers
the quality of quiet life.
Lush pastures and rolling hills, acres of natural pine and hardwood
streams and rocky rivers surround six small towns.
You will find tree-lined streets and old-fashioned
charm. It has an area of 285 square miles in the beautiful Piedmont
Plateau of NE GA where
the average annual temperature is a mild 63°.
Life in small town and rural communities can be slow-paced
leisurely. However, the big city attractions are nearby. Come see
what we are talking about!
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