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Cleveland, GA - Homes for Sale and Community Information
Cleveland, Georgia, located in White County, has been called the “Gateway to the North Georgia Mountains" and it is not hard to see why. Cleveland has picturesque mountains, majestic waterfalls,lush forests and beautiful wineries; who wouldn't want to make this amazing community their home. White County combines small town living with the great outdoors and Cleveland is the center and heart of it all. This small town offers a southern charm that extends to the locals who live here.
Cleveland has seen significant growth in recent years. In 2000, the population was about 1,900, and today more than 3,500 residents live here. The potential Cleveland home buyer will find real estate of every type. You can find newer luxury estates with great mountain views as well as rustic mountain cabins. Lots and acreage are also available on which the prospective resident can build the family's Cleveland dream home. Available real estate includes homes in planned communities like The Lakes at Long Mountain and ranches and bungalows right in the center of town, close to the town square. The thriving nature of the community and green-friendly initiatives mean that more Cleveland homes are designed with modern, energy-efficient construction methods.
The community was named after Gen. Benjamin Cleveland. He fought in the War of 1812, and he was the grandson of Col. Benjamin Cleveland of Revolutionary War fame. Today, historic structures and quaint shops preserve Cleveland's lineage, even as growth occurs in the area.
Parks and Recreation
Those that invest in real estate in Cleveland will revel in the abundance of outdoor activities in the region. The Woodman of the World City Park has a walking trail, ballfields, and a pavilion.The Appalachian Trail begins right in the Cleveland area, and the hike to the top of Mount Yonah offers an inspiring view. Whitewater rapids offer kayakers and tubing enthusiasts some great thrills. Canoeists will find many more placid waters to explore. Zip-lining is another exciting experience to enjoy. The Chattahoochee National Forest is only a short drive away.
Attractions and Events
Cleveland is the home of Truett-McConnell College. This 800-student, private liberal arts school operates under the auspices of the Georgia Baptist Convention. Truett-McConnell alum Xavier Roberts founded BabyLand General Hospital and created the
Cabbage Patch Kids
. Unicoi State Park, in the scenic mountains above Helen, features streams with fast-moving rapids. There's also hiking and mountain bike trails and the Anna Ruby Falls, where stream cascades over rocks, creating smaller waterfalls. A half-mile paved trail up to the falls can be navigated by young and old alike.
There's also the Smithgall Woods-Dukes Creek Conservation Area, and Mount Yonah, where on any given day you can hike or watch the Army Rangers repelling down the face of the mountain. The nearby town of Helen attracts artistic types and architecture buffs because of its unique Bavarian-themed buildings and storefronts.
In addition to being known as the "Gateway to the Mountains," White County is the home of numerous vineyards and wineries, including the
Yonah Mountain Vineyards
. The soil in the area had been compared to that found in Italy's Piedmont region. Residents enjoy wine tastings and winery tours.
Cleveland - Small Town Living and the Great Outdoors
Cleveland, GA offers scenic beauty and easy going, small town life. If you are thinking of looking here, call the
VIP Realty Team, 706-219-1931
, before you start out. Thanks to the community’s historic charm, affordable home prices and high quality of life, there’s never been a better time to buy a home in Cleveland, GA.