Habersham County Georgia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of northeast Georgia, is the state's forty-sixth county. Created in 1818 from land formerly held by Cherokee Indians, it was named after Joseph Habersham, an army officer during the Revolutionary War (1775-83) and a U.S. postmaster general. Habersham County was enlarged in 1828 ...Read more
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I would like to WELCOME you to my comprehensive Northeast Georgia real estate website. No other site provides more detailed information about the real estate markets in Habersham and White Counties than this real estate site does. This includes information about the following cities: Clarkesville, Helen, Cornelia, Cleveland, Batesville, Demorest, Sautee Nacoochee, Alto, and Turnerville.
For buyers there is detailed area and neighborhood information and a great search page. For sellers, I provide information and data to help you to get your home ready for the market, and to list it so it sells.
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The Northeast Georgia real estate market is made up of diverse and interesting communities and neighborhoods.You can read about each of them, and maybe that will help you in narrowing your search.
If you’re a buyer, you want to check out my Featured Properties, as they’re selected for their quality and amenities. As a seller, you’ll want to see your property on this page.
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Northeast Georgia BLOG
The City of Clarkesville will host “Red, White & Tunes” on Friday evening, July 15th in Sam Pitts Park. This free event features a Classic Cruise In at 6pm, family activities at 7pm, a live concert by Haywire at 7:30pm, and a fireworks extravaganza capping off the event at 9:30pm. Inflatable slides, as well as water sprinklers will ...Read more
City of Clarkesville Georgia HistoryClarkesville, the county seat of Habersham County Georgia, received its charter in 1823. The city was named for General John C. Clarke, governor of Georgia in 1819 and 1821, or his father, General Elijah Clarke, a revolutionary war hero, according to various versions of the city’s history. Clarkesville Geor ...Read more
Banks County authorities wrangle rogue alligator: It's something no one expects to see driving through rural Northeast Georgia, but Banks County officials found themselves wrangling an out-of-place alligator near Banks Crossing Tuesday afternoon. READ MORE - PIC ...Read more
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