Harlem Real Estate for Sale
Harlem is a city in Columbia County, Georgia and is part of the Greater Augusta, Georgia metropolitan area. It was founded on the beautiful 24th day of October in 1870. It was named by a New York State resident visiting relatives whom claimed the city reminded him of the look and feel of Harlem, New York, the artistic area near New York City. Harlem real estate is lined with big oaks and blessed with good drinking water.
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Homes for Sale in Harlem, GA
Business is growing in the city of Harlem. The housing is affordable and the weather is known to be temperate and generally mild. Homes for sale in Harlem offers a great selection of new construction. Buyers often find great value when buying an existing home in Harlem as well. Due to the high number of corporate (mostly due to the Savannah River Site) as well as steady military transfers that take place, quality housing availability is constantly enhanced.
Harlem is the birthplace of comedian Oliver Hardy with the annual commemoratory Oliver Hardy Festival held the First Friday of each October on Main Street in his honor. The Festival consistently draws more and more fans each year, usually in the tens of thousands.
The History Of Harlem, Georgia
The beginnings of Harlem ran along the Georgia Railroad. When the Georgia Railroad was built from Augusta to Eatonton, Georgia in 1835, Saw Dust was a main stop. The booming lumber town was founded in 1840, situated a mile from where Harlem is today. The town was extremely travel-friendly and often travelers stayed overnight in the town.
During the early Twentieth Century, Harlem had about 500 residents and remained fairly small and family-oriented. Since then, the community has grown to over 2,750 people, yet still maintains its cozy, family-friendly status. Harlem is truly a town of culture and refinement, for which the town has always been known. Residents are very proud of their little town, wholeheartedly enjoying what it has become.
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