About Augusta Homes For Sale
Augusta, the second largest and oldest city in Georgia lies comfortably nestled along the banks of the Savannah River. The city is centrally located and Augusta homes for sale are less than three hours away from the beach and the mountains. Augusta is rich in historic charm, located by a plethora of historic attractions. The classic South city allows residents to enjoy the antebellum charm and old-fashioned hospitality through activities such as fishing, boating, tennis, golf and the outdoors.
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Augusta Georgia Real Estate
Leading Edge Real Estate serves its Augusta real estate clients in and around the Greater Augusta Georgia area, founded by General James E. Oglethorpe in 1736. This area is also known today as "The CSRA" which stands for the "Central Savannah River Area". This metro area exceeds a population of 400,000. An abundance of variation in Augusta homes for sale ensures there are plenty of opportunities for buyers to find exactly what they are looking for.
Geographically, Augusta realty is bordered by the banks of the historic Savannah River that divides the states of Georgia and South Carolina. This places Augusta between the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Smokey Mountains. Augusta home owners will find that it's easy to make a day trip to the Atlantic coastline in Savannah, or go shopping in metro Atlanta.
Augusta Homes In The "City Of Augusta"
Richmond County is really the "City of Augusta" and consists of a consolidated government serving some 200,000+ residents. Real estate in Richmond County is readily available for sale with many homes for sale below the $100,000 price point. At the other end of the Augusta market, some homes in the Historic Summerville area can exceed two million dollars.
Augusta is known for its large medical and health care community, including several large hospitals. Two of the largest found downtown are the Medical College of Georgia know by locals as MCG and University Hospital. Augusta home owners can rest assured that top notch medical care is only moments away.
The economic impact of Fort Gordon on Columbia and Richmond Counties, including the Augusta real estate region, is well documented. Fort Gordon is the CSRA´s largest employer with over 20,000 military and civilian employees. This site plays a key role in the housing market and the overall economy of the Greater Augusta area.
The site was spared in the military base realignment and Fort Gordon has enjoyed substantial growth in recent years. It appears this trend will continue with the current and confirmed construction of a $340 million dollar plus National Security Agency facility at the base. The National Security Agency operates a global network of ground stations for the interception of civil and military satellite communications traffic. New home construction continues in the surrounding Augusta area to support this growth in demand for affordable housing and high quality real estate.
As for transportation, Augusta offers a municipal and a regional airport, convenience of a federal Interstate 20, and relatively easy commuting compared to typical larger cities.
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Our main Leading Edge Real Estate office is conveniently located in Columbia County at 141 North Belair Road in Evans, GA. It is within a fifteen minute drive from most all Columbia County´s areas!
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