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277 Townsend St, Grayson, GA

Beds:Baths:Sq ft: 1,723
Sub Div: Olde Town Grayson

$307,000

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1640 Castle Pointe Cv, Grayson, GA

Beds:Baths:Sq ft: 0
Sub Div: Castle Pointe

$305,000

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1829 Larkton Ct, Grayson # 44, GA

Beds:Baths:Sq ft: 2,261
Sub Div: Olde Town Grayson

$297,770

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277 Townsend St, Grayson, GA

Beds:Baths:Sq ft: 2,260
Sub Div: Olde Town

$315,000

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30017 - Statistics and Home Trends

Actives Activity Chart

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 345,783

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$113

Average Price
3 Bed Townhomes For Sale in 30017 (5) $ 214,599

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 312,987

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$112

Sold Activity Chart

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 276,822

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$124

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 255,163

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$113

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 233,586

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$95

Currently there are 48 homes for sale and 5 townhomes for sale in 30017.

Learn More About Grayson, Georgia

 

Grayson is a very small city of just about 3,000 people situated southeast of the heart of Gwinnett County in the state of Georgia. It covers a total area of about two and a half square miles, with a little over 2 percent of this made up of water. The community is governed by a mayor and a city council comprising four members.

 

First settled in 1820, Grayson was established in 1879 by James Paterson McConnell, who bought 80 acres of land in the area. He constructed a building that housed the community’s first post office alongside several businesses. Grayson was previously known as Trip, a name given by a Lawrenceville public figure called J.D. Spence, who described coming to McConnell’s place as a trip. Postmaster John Ellery Jacobs requested in 1901 that the name of the town be changed to Berkley. But there was already a community with that name in the state. Jacobs then suggested Graymount (inspired by unobstructed view of the Stone Mountain), but it was also taken, making him to settle for Grayson.

 

Although Grayson has a rather low population, it has in fact experienced significant growth in recent years. The resident count was just 765 as of 2000 census. But it has today surpassed 3,000, driven by exurban growth in the eastern section of Gwinnett County. This community, which is a decent choice for the unhurried lifestyle, boasts of very high diversity in terms of the races of those calling it home. A significant proportion of the residents are born outside the United States.

 

A large number of the homes in Grayson were built in recent years to cater to the rise in the number of residents. The influx of people to this location has made local real estate to rank among the most valued in the county and state. Some of the popular communities among home buyers in this tiny city includes Wheatfields Reserve and Sawyer Farms.

 

The small-town ambiance of Grayson makes it a very popular place for families. There are many families here creating opportunities for parents and children to establish new social relationships. The community boasts of several family-oriented services. Most of the homes in the city are owner-occupied, single-family units. Another thing that makes Grayson great for families is that it boasts an impressively high percentage of college-educated adults.

 

Grayson offers numerous parks, sports programs, shops and restaurants for having a great time outdoors. It also boasts many family-friendly events, such as festivals and concerts. One of the popular events held yearly at Grayson City Park in the heart of the community is Grayson Day, which inspired by Snellville Days in neighboring Snellville. The event, which is held last Saturday in April, features a lively parade down Main Street alongside live music, crafts and superb dining options.

 

It is without doubt that Grayson is a city to live, work or play. The community boasts superb amenities that make it both a family-friendly and sophisticated professional city. It offers an impressive range of recreational options. You enjoy a small town ambiance while also having convenient access to the big city.

Map of 30017

Total for Sale

53

 

Average Taxes

$3,415

 

Year Built

1980 to 2018

Average Days on Market

126

 

Average Days on Market -Sold

113

 

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

57.19%

 

Single Family
  Homes

48

 

Townhomes

5

 

30017 is located in Gwinnett County, GA. There are currently 53 Homes for Sale within 30017, with asking prices ranging from $160,000 to $1,200,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 30017 is $113, which is below the Gwinnett County average of $235. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $252,008. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 57.19% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 0.00% of the available 30017 inventory. The population of 30017, according to the 2010 Census, is 20,160. The total number of households in the zip code of is 6,729, with an average household size for of 2.99 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 30017 is 926, which means that 86.24% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.

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