If you find the idea of a small, tight-knit community alluring, Allenhurst, Georgia could be just the place you have been looking to set down roots. Fewer than 1000 people live in Allenhurst, making nearby Hinesville seem huge in comparison. Allenhurst was established in the early 20th Century by a lumber company. Only a handful of the original houses still stand. One of these has been converted into an educational center for the public.
Dunlevie House was upgraded and adapted so that families and community groups could:
- Meet to learn about the area
- Host events
- Go on nature walks
- Simply relax
This house, built in the 1920s, is located in a 1,400-acre conservation area known as Miller Pasture.
Real Estate in Allenhurst, GA
Allenhurst and Hinesville are located within Liberty County, established in 1777. Families considering a move to this area will be pleased to know there is plenty of space to roam out of doors:
If you are coming with young children, it is likely there are other kids of similar age already living in Allenhurst, which has a younger community age than other areas in South Georgia.
This is a nature-lover’s paradise, set outside of the urban sprawl modern Americans have become familiar with, yet close enough to amenities to make a convenient home at the same time. Savannah is less than an hour’s drive away, as is the Atlantic Ocean. You might be drawn to the coast for swimming or to charter a fishing trip.
Liberty County is blessed by generally moderate weather all through the year. It’s a comfortable place to live if you don’t like cold winters and an excellent setting for golfing enthusiasts.
When it comes to roaming around, some of the houses in Allenhurst are large enough to get lost in yet well below Georgia’s average house price. Homes for sale in Allenhurst, GA include structures built on large plots of land as well as small apartments for single individuals. Hinesville schools, businesses, health centers, and churches are minutes away.
If you are in the market for real estate for sale in Allenhurst, GA or any other part of Liberty County, give the experts at RE/MAX All American a call or drop us an email. Stop by during a visit to scope out job and housing prospects. We’re always happy to see newcomers, and love to help them find a place to settle in the same area that our agents call home.