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Gainesville, Georgia Real Estate

Even as Gainesville has evolved from forestland into a regional trade hub, its residential neighborhoods still maintain an outdoor feel. The wooded areas around Lake Lanier create a calm and beautiful setting for homeowners. The real estate market is extensive, and offers everything from cozy cottages to executive homes complete with custom features and much to offer in between. Home styles include contemporary, traditional, Cape Cod, European, country and ranch. The prices for detached, single-family homes reflect this diversity, ranging from the $100,000s up to $3 million for expansive, newly and intricately constructed, luxury waterfront estates on lots of more than 10 acres and with spas, swimming pools and boathouses. Waterfront estates on spacious wooded lots and with fireplaces in the Waters Edge subdivision are priced in the mid-$400,000s. Condominiums and townhouses are priced from the low $100,000s to the high $500,000s. For those who wish to custom build, the selection of residential land is also quite plentiful.
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Gainesville Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Georgia

This beauty-adorned community has long felt the benefits of its location in the forested, lakefront region of Northeast Georgia. The beginnings of its first trade community were prompted by a gold rush in nearby Lumpkin County. Later, early railroads provided a major boost to the local textile industry. Today, Gainesville is not only the regional center of commerce, but it is also a welcoming and scenic residential community. The housing market in Gainesville consists of single-family detached homes, estate properties, condominiums, townhouses and land lots.

Gainesville is located in Hall County about 55 miles northeast of Atlanta. Several major roadways serve the area, including State Routes 13 and 60, U.S. Route 129 and Interstate 985. The largest employing industries are manufacturing, educational, health and social services and retail trade. Students in grades K-12 attend Hall County Schools. Several colleges and universities, including Gainesville College and Bernau College, are in the area for those who wish to attain a degree in higher education.

Gainesville's 35,000 residents have many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and the arts. The city's recreational programs are extensive, offering sports programs, classes and special activities for all ages. The local parks provide facilities for fishing, hiking, swimming, tennis, basketball, baseball, softball and football. Gainesville's arts community is strong as well, with activities and classes provided by the Arts Council and the Quinlan Visual Arts Center. The historic downtown area is also popular. The Main Street area offers fine restaurants and boutique and antique shops.

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