University PlaceSub Div: Description: Great investment property, walking distance to GSU! This brick, 2-story apartment complex has four 2 bedroom/1 bath units, all currently occupied... more
CountrysideSub Div: Description: Great investment property. Both sides are currently rented. Side A rents for $750.00 until July/2018, Side B rents for $850.00 until January/2018
Eagle CourtSub Div: Description: These two bedroom two bath condos are within walking distance to the GSU stadium. These units feature large bedrooms, open floor plan, and plenty... more
Eagle CourtSub Div: Description: Checkout this investment opportunity that is walking distance from Paulson Stadium. These 5 units are located at Eagle Court and offer a spacious... more
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Learn More About Statesboro, Georgia:
Statesboro is a small city in Bulloch County, Gerogia, in the state’s southeastern quadrant. Located approximately 55 miles northwest of Savannah, Statesboro covers just under 14 square miles with a population approaching 31,000. Statesboro is home to two universities and prides itself on maintaining old school southern charm while still growing as a progressive, modern city. Statesboro has the extremely rare distinction of being the only city with that name in the entire United States.
Statesboro has a humid subtropical climate which typically features hot and humid summers with average July highs of about 91 degrees and lows around 70. Winters tend to be mild with average January highs of 58 degrees.
As home to both Georgia Southern University and Ogeechee Technical College, Statesboro has developed a culture, not uncommon in other college towns, that features a thriving art scene, music scene and intellectual environment. Statesboro is home to numerous bars, eateries, bookstores, live music venues, and coffee shops that together led to Statesboro's downtown being named one of eight "Renaissance Cities" by Georgia Trend magazine.
Adding to the Renaissance aspect of Statesboro’s cultural identity is the truly impressive Averitt Center for the Arts (ACA). The ACA serves as the center point of downtown Statesboro with its arts campus operating out of five renovated buildings in the downtown business district. The Emma Kelly Theater, named after the world renowned local singer, is home to some of the best live stage, music, and ballet performances in the region. The center also contains art studios, conference rooms and an exhibition area.
There have been several professional athletes to come out of Statesboro and that’s not surprising given its world class recreation and athletic faculties. The centerpiece of these facilities is easily Mill Creek Regional Park. The park consists of155 acres of land which features 15 lighted baseball fields, seven soccer/football fields, a walking trail, two playgrounds, multiple picnic pavilions, and several public restrooms. For those who enjoy recreation on the water, Mill Creek Reginal Park is right in the shores of the region’s major lake. Whether it’s for a leisurely bike, ride and evening jog, to walk the dog or to play baseball or football, Mill Creek Regional Park is the place to be active in Statesboro.
Schools in Statesboro are administered through the Bulloch County School District. Bulloch Public Schools is 38th largest school district in Georgia, serving nearly 10,500 students in a consolidated system with 15 campuses and two alternative learning centers. Amongst the highest rates schools in Statesboro are: Bryant Elementary School, William James Middle School, Langston Chapel Middle School, and Statesboro High School.
Statesboro is a small city that has a lot to offer to anyone considering moving there. With its growing economy, access to quality education, top tier health care facilities and strong community spirit, Statesboro is an ideal destination for the young and old.