Gated, Private and Master-Planned Communities in Historic South Georgia

Historic South Georgia Gated, Golf, and Master-Planned Communities

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Moore Station Village

Dublin, Georgia Community
Dublin, Georgia

This low-maintenance active lifestyle community is conveniently located mid-way between Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia. The community is home to residents of all ages and features a large variety of amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pool, walking trails, stocked fishing ponds, fire pit, putting green, vegetable garden, dog park, and more. Shops, restaurants, healthcare, and cultural attractions are within a 15-minute drive. Lots priced from $44,000 to $55,000; Homes from $220,000 to $350,000. Read More...


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Reynolds Lake Oconee

Greensboro, Georgia Community
Greensboro, Georgia

In addition to six championship golf courses, four full service marinas on 19,000-acre Lake Oconee, a variety of fine dining establishments and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Reynolds Lake Oconee, between Atlanta and Augusta, offers homesites priced from $100,000 to $1.5 million and residences from $300,000 to over $4 million. Read More...

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About Historic South Georgia
The call of budding azaleas and peach tree blossoms bring retirees and sunseekers to this historic area of Georgia. This area is also a popular retirement and resort destination for those looking for a wide range of real estate offerings with a bevy of historic, antebellum homes in towns such as Macon and Augusta. With a warm, inviting climate and its authentic southern charm, South Georgia offers a low-country destination with many planned communities to call home.

Key South Georgia Towns
Macon, Augusta, Athens, Statesboro, Columbus, Albany, Valdosta

Why Choose Real Estate in South Georgia?
With a cost of living below the U.S. average, Georgia provides the perfect place for those looking to relocate or retire. Those looking for historic charm and sunshine will find that South Georgia boasts its share of each.

South Georgia Attractions:
A number of exciting attractions await anyone in South Georgia, with no dearth of cultural attractions and opportunities. It’s a place where wild whitewater rivers co-exist with quaint towns with boutique shopping and restaurants. Large lakes dot the open land and offer recreational boating, fishing and a laid-back, southern lifestyle that can’t be beat.

South Georgia Airports:
Southwest Georgia Regional Airport (ABY)
Augusta Regional Airport (AGS)
Columbus Airport (CSG)
Valdosta Regional Airport (VLD)
Daniel Field (DNL)
Macon Downtown Airport (MAC)
Statesboro-Bulloch County Airport (TBR)

Local Publications:
Augusta
Augusta Chronicle
Brunswick
The Brunswick News
Columbus
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
Macon
Telegraph
Savannah
Savannah Morning News