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2716 Pierce, Gainesville, Georgia

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Hall CountySub Div: Description: 8 Unit mobile home park available for sale 6 pad rental units and 2 park owned mobile homes 5 +/- acres Excess land available for possible... more

$185,000

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1320 Brown St, Gainesville, Georgia


Doc F Harrison LandsSub Div: Description: 5 Rental Units, 4 are 2 Bdrm/1 BA, 1 is 3 Bdrm/1 BA with long term tenants, all rent for $400.00/Mo. Plenty of employers in walking & short driving... more

$170,000

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Sold Activity Chart

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 196,978

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

1

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 165

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 153,491

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 83

Average Price
1 Bed Multifamily Sold in 30507 (2) $ 177,500

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 156,159

NEW LISTINGS THIS WEEK

0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 37,000

Average Price
Land Sold in 30507 (63) $ 48,843

AVERAGE PRICE

$ 145,427

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0

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ N/A

Currently there are 47 homes for sale and 35 vacant land parcels for sale in 30507

About Gainesvill, Georgia:

Gainesville is a midsize city in Hall County Georgia, in the Northeastern section of the state. It’s located approximately 50 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta and 100 miles southwest of Greenville, South Carolina. With a population of 35,000, Gainesville is the largest of the six Hall County cities. However, as a regional business hub, the population can often balloon to well over 100,000 during regular work hours. Gainesville is home to numerous poultry processing plants and, as such, has become known as the Poultry Capital of the World.

 

Not unlike a lot of Georgia communities, Gainesville has a subtropical climate which features mild winters and hot humid summers.

 

Much of Gainesville’s community identity lies in its geographic proximity to the stunning Blue Ridge Mountains and gorgeous nearby lakes. Outdoor activity and recreation is very much at the heart of the Gainesville way of life. One of the more popular outdoor recreation destinations is Lake Lanier, which was created in 1956 when the Chattahoochee River was dammed near Buford. Over the past 60 years, the lake has drawn people from all over the Southern U.S. for its top-notch boating, fishing, and swimming.

 

Within the city limits, the heart of the community is the downtown square and business district. Here you’ll find a number of boutique and specialty stores as well as several fine restaurants and downtown nightlife spots. Main Street Gainesville is a great example of people coming together to foster community spirit and economic development. This group of local volunteers creates fun events in the downtown district including the Ghost Walk on the Square, the Howl-O-Ween and the Christmas themed Jingle Mingle.

 

Whether you’re a hobbyist looking to stay in shape or a serious athlete looking to train at world-class facilities, Gainesville has the parks and recreation amenities to suit your needs. Clark’s Bridge Park on Lake Lanier was the site for rowing at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and is used to this day by local rowing clubs and aspiring rowers. Here you’ll find championship competitions regattas and festivals held throughout the year.

 

Ivey Terrace Park is a gorgeous facility for anyone who wants to be amidst lush greenery for some quiet contemplation. This park has a picnic pavilion, water basin, gazebo, bridge crossover, as well as a multi-use trail that can be used for walking, jogging, hiking, or cycling. Rock Creek Veterans Park is the site of the city’s War Memorial as well as a 300 seat amphitheatre.

 

Gainesville’s residents take great pride in its vibrant arts and culture scene and for good reason. The Arts Council is home to some of the best performing and visual and literary arts in Northeast Georgia. Here you can enjoy a relaxing evening of intimate jazz, taking in one of their movies on the lawn, or enjoy a stunning performance by the symphony. For those who love the visual arts, there is plenty to taken at the Quinlan Visual Arts Center, as well as the Brenau University Galleries.

 

Gainesville is a rarity in that its schools are administered through the Gainesville City School District, rather than through a county district. The Gainesville City District has five elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. (Gainesville High School) There are multiple private education facilities to choose from within Gainesville including the Riverside Military Academy, and Lakeview Academy. 

 

There’s a lot to love about Gainesville, Georgia and the proof is in the continuously growing population. The pitch as to why you would want to live here could not be made any better than by the town itself on its official website when it says “Gainesville is small enough to know your neighbor, yet large enough to offer the services and cultural experiences of a much larger city.”

 

   

Map of 30507

Total for Sale

93

 

Average Taxes

$1,281

 

Year Built

1941 to 2019

 

Average Days on Market -Sold

99

 

List Price to Sales Price Ratio

56.63%

 

Single Family
  Homes

47

 

Condo's

11

 

Vacant Land

35

 
30507 is located in Hall, GA. There are currently 47 Homes for Sale within 30507, with asking prices ranging from $12,500 to $9,900,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 30507 is $220, which is below the Hall County average of $220. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $188,533. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 56.63% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 0.00% of the available 30507 inventory. The population of 30507, according to the 2010 Census, is 28,399. The total number of households in the zip code of 30507 is 8,029, with an average household size for of 3.38 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 30507 is 2,078, which means that 74.12% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.