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2015 Village Blvd, Romeo, Georgia

3 Beds: 2Baths: 1,455Sq ft:
The Village At MaplewoodSub Div: Description: Extremely rare offering at The Village at Maplewood. Spacious 3 BR, 2 BA villa on the terrace level w/a garage and two storage units!! Large living... more

$199,000

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206 Broad St, Romeo, Georgia

3 Beds: 3Baths: 2,460Sq ft:
Between The RiversSub Div: Description: Rome s between the rivers living at its finest. This completely remodeled downtown loft has all the latest high end amenities that make busy city... more

$775,000

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2313 Village Blvd, Romeo, Georgia

3 Beds: 2Baths: 1,315Sq ft:
Village At MaplewoodSub Div: Description: Top floor, woodland view, storage room, fireplace, all appliances, 3BR/2.5, oversized screened porch, located on end of building for maximum privacy

$199,000

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312 E 7th St ##7, Romeo, Georgia

3 Beds: 2Baths: 1,312Sq ft:
Colony ParkSub Div: Description: GREAT 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH CONDO IN DESIRABLE OLD EAST ROME AREA. ONE OF THE LARGEST UNITS IN THE DEVELOPMENT ALL ON ONE LEVEL. THIS UNIT FEATURES A... more

$114,900

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Sold Activity Chart

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 243,568

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 183

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 199,789

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 114

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1 Bed Multifamily Sold in 30161 (25) $ 647,176

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 244,528

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 115,072

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Land Sold in 30161 (99) $ 56,623

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$ 227,446

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Currently there are 6 homes for sale and 73 vacant land parcels for sale in 30161

Rome, Georgia

 

Nestled in the middle of seven hills, Rome is a unique major city in the state of Georgia. It is the county seat and the largest city in Floyd County. It is the foremost city of the Rome Metropolitan Statistical Area, which covers all areas in the same county. With a population of more than 36,000 people as of 2010, Rome is Georgia’s 19th-largest city and the largest northwest of the state.

 

This city is located in a setting that would appeal to those who appreciate nature. It lies in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountain at the point of convergence of three rivers. Here, the Etowah River and Oostanaula River merged to form the Coosa River. Access to the waterways contributed to Rome emerging as a regional trade hub. The city has a humid subtropical climate, characterized by uniformly-distributed rainfall and a bit high temperatures throughout the year.

 

The unique geography of the area made it to be named for the ancient Italian capital Rome by early European-American settlers. Before the arrival of the settlers, the area was for long inhabited by the Creek people, who were followed by the Cherokee Indians. A major draw was the strategic location considered to be quite beneficial for facilitating trade. Rome has grown to become a major regional center is areas such as education and health care.

 

In the earlier years, the economy of the area was driven by King Cotton. The development of cotton plantations in the area led to the emergence of Rome as an major market town. Produce where shipped to downriver markets from here. Today, the city’s economy has become more diverse and relies on several industries, including education, manufacturing, technology and tourism. Rome is home to several well-known medical facilities, including Floyd Medical Center and Redmond Regional Medical Center. Suzuki Manufacturing of America and Pirelli Tire are two of the major companies with presence in the city.

 

The city’s public school system is administered by the Rome City School District. It has about a dozen elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The district has more about 5,400 students and over 300 full-time teachers. Families beyond the city limits are catered to by the Floyd County School District. There are also several private schools. Rome hosts four colleges, including two private institutions.

 

Rome boasts a vibrant arts community and a unique Southern heritage. It has numerous historic structures, a good number of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. These include the Etowah Indian Mounds located on the northern shore of Etowah River and the Rome Clock Tower on the corner of East 5th Avenue and East 2nd Street. Museums in the area include Chieftains Museum or Major Ridge Home, which is dedicated to the history of the Cherokee, and the Martha Berry Museum in honor of Berry College founder.

 

This naturally beautiful city has not only done an amazing job in preserving its past, but also in charting the course for the future. You are going to like it here if you are a lover of natural beauty. Rome stands apart in terms of its Southern heritage and hospitality and is excellent for both businesses and families.

Map of 30161

Total for Sale

92

 

Average Taxes

$403

 

Year Built

1940 to 2018

 

Average Days on Market -Sold

145

 

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

45.90%

 

Single Family
  Homes

6

 

Condo's

13

 

Vacant Land

73

 
30161 is located in Floyd, GA. There are currently 6 Homes for Sale within 30161, with asking prices ranging from $11,999 to $1,650,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 30161 is $424, which is above the Floyd County average of $424. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $166,337. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 45.90% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 0.00% of the available 30161 inventory. The population of 30161, according to the 2010 Census, is 35,058. The total number of households in the zip code of 30161 is 13,612, with an average household size for of 2.46 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 30161 is 5,401, which means that 60.32% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.