love the small town feel

We were both raised in Winterville. We loved almost everything about it. We loved the small town feel. We also loved the city park where our kids could play. We loved the annual Marigold festival which included a parade and more.

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 Contrasting to the East Side – you can take backroads to be in Winder or Ft. Yargo in less than half an hour and the same goes for Jefferson/85. In short, it’s one of those great locations people never really think of as such, so you can find some real gems for young families to

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you’ll see people running, walking, riding their bikes

I like the sidewalks on some of the streets. On Edgewood, on Whitehead, and streets like Janice Dr., you’ll see people running, walking, riding their bikes (we took our first long family bike ride last weekend) and people bustling about. There’s a Montessori, wilderness school, and two of the county’s best public elementary schools nearby

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One of my favorite things about our new home off Whitehead Road is the perfect marriage of city and country.  We’re just 4 miles from city hall, a mile from the loop, two miles to a booming and bustling Normal Town, a mile and half to Publix and the mall – basically I can get

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As close to Downtown as possible

I live just east of Downtown Athens in an area called Chicopee Dudley. It was important to me to be inside the Loop and as close to Downtown as possible– nearby access to restaurants and coffee shops and my office were all factors in my decision to buy in my area. Another factor for me

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always feel safe walking

 The City picks up yard debris and trash, and keeps the street looking tidy.  The cops are nice, and with only being a half dozen of them, you can get to know them.  I always feel safe walking even at night. It’s a nice place to live, slower and quieter than Athens, easy access to the

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