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Clarkesville, GA - Homes for Sale and Community Information
The historic city of Clarkesville stands out as one of the top places to live in Northeast Georgia. Rich with Old South charm and known for its family-friendly reputation, Clarkesville offers a low cost of living overall, excellent schools courtesy of the Habersham County School District, and great home deals. When it comes to quality property for sale in Northeast Georgia, Clarkesville is an outstanding place to look.
Clarkesville real estate enjoys superb property values and modest prices, making it ideal for families with young children, commuters and retirees on a tight budget. Clarkesville homes for sale include historic homes as well as quaint starter homes and charming single-family homes available at very competitive prices. Low interest rates makes the dream of home ownership within reach of many buyers. Real estate in Clarkesville offers a unique combination of affordable prices, strong value and charming location that’s hard to beat.
Clarkesville was named for General John C. Clarke, governor of Georgia in the early 19th Century. The city was first chartered back in 1823. Building an economy based on farming and trading, it grew steadily over the years and has enjoyed particularly strong growth since the 1990s. Today it's mix of small town charm and historic character make it one of Northeast Georgia’s top places to live. The 2012 movie "Wanderlust," starring Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd, was filmed in Clarkesville.
Parks and Recreation
Clarkesville is a town with rural charm and breathtaking scenery, and it is renowned for its numerous
and trails. Just a few of its top parks include Sam Pitts Park, Mary Street Park, the Clarkesville Greenways, Black Rock Mountain State Park and the scenic Tallulah Gorge State Park, which has striking views and a rugged landscape. Other
opportunities can be found at places like the Orchard Golf and Country Club and Lake Rabun.
Attractions and Events
Clarkesville’s small size belies its wealth of local attractions and things to do year round. The Clarkesville square is one of the main attractions of the area and is home to many great restaurants and shops. Clarkesville offers many year-round festivals such as the
Taste of Clarkesville
and the Mountain Laurel festival. This charming town has great appeal to visitors and locals alike with its country feel and proximity to
in Demorest. Other regional attractions include the Currahee Military Museum, the Mauldin House, the Clarkesville Greenways and a wealth of historic sites, trails and state parks to explore.
Events and activities near this charming little city include live performances at the
Habersham Community Theatre
, the Habersham Music Festival, golf tournaments and much more throughout the year.
Clarkesville: An Affordable and Friendly Place to Live
Those interested in Clarkesville properties should
VIP Realty Team, 706-219-1931
, right away. Thanks to the community’s historic charm, affordable home prices and high quality of life, there’s never been a better time to become a Clarkesville home buyer than right now.