OUR WINTERVILLE LISTINGS


Located 8 miles from Downtown Athens, the quaint City of Winterville is the only municipality located inside of Athens-Clarke County. Founded in the mid-1800s as a railroad town, Winterville features a charming mix of 1800s Victorian homes, early 1900s craftsman-styled homes, mid-century ranches and new-builds. The City is known for its artsy, “front porch” feel and is prized for its largely original Historic District, which is home to the iconic Train Depot, Winterville Library, Front Porch Bookstore, Pittard Park, Community Gardens, Community Center and Auditorium. 

Residents enjoy Saturday evening concerts in this Historic District, breakfasts at the famous Little City Diner, and large events like the Marigold Festival and Christmas in the Park draw visitors near and far alike. Cyclists are drawn to the rural feel of the landscape, and the impending Firefly Trail will connect Athens to Winterville and beyond via a multi-use trail along Main Street. Winterville has seen a rapid increase in property values and demand as buyers value the quick commute to Athens but enjoy more space to spread out, all in the close knit “Mayberry” like community.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT WINTERVILLE


Winterville is a gorgeous, quiet, affordable, place to live



Winterville is a gorgeous, quiet, affordable, place to live that has the small town vibe while being accessible to the conveniences and culture of Athens.

Winterville Homes for Sale
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Winterville is a gorgeous, quiet, affordable, place to live that has the small town vibe while being accessible to the conveniences and culture of Athens.

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.

Winterville Homes for Sale
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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.