Georgia’s coastline is a beautiful collection of inlets and marshlands where many animals share the landscape with friendly Southerners. Over 15,000 people live in the coastal town of Brunswick. Now is a great time to consider moving to the area to join them.
Thanks to a generally comfortable climate, palms and magnolias thrive along city center streets and residential roads. Inside Victorian buildings, vendors sell antiques, cupcakes, current fashions, and modern art. Brunswick residents eat at casual and family diners and drink cocktails at fashionable, exclusive establishments. Among countless ways to shake down a big meal are:
Historically, Brunswick was part of the tobacco-growing region, evacuated during the Civil War but later rejuvenated by the lumber industry. Many of the homes from its earliest days still stand, emulating German and British trends. Tour guides take visitors through older areas of the town, displaying architectural splendor and sharing facts about the first people of the region.
There are plenty of ways to get in and out of Brunswick and this area of southeast Georgia (about midway between Savannah and Jacksonville, Florida):
They all connect this region to the rest of Georgia and the country, also bringing people of every nation to experience glorious scenery and an enjoyable climate.
Several bed-and-breakfasts, inns, and hotels accommodate visitors while just about every denomination of church welcomes guests and regular members to services throughout the week. While there are nine schools from elementary to post-secondary level right in Brunswick, traveling a kilometer or two either east or west provides more choice of public or private tuition.
Real estate for sale in Brunswick, GA does not reflect the generally low average property values compared with Georgia overall, but this is still an ideal time to buy. Many good-sized, older homes are currently advertised for between $100,000 and $150,000. Newer homes for sale in Brunswick, GA tend to go for between $180,000 and $250,000. Townhouses are selling for less than $100,000: this is an excellent time to buy. If you can find your niche as a small-business owner, teacher, or the owner of a tour company operating charter fishing tours (just as a few examples), call the real estate experts at RE/MAX All American. Make an appointment to tour some homes or just have a friendly conversation about why our team of professionals love living in southeast Georgia, and why you will too.
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