30519 Condo For Sale By Owner (2 Homes)

  • Condo For Sale $259,000
    • 4Bed
    • 3Baths
    2754 Laurel Valley Trl, Buford, Georgia

    Luxurious upscale townhouse with 4br/3.5b on private wooded lot. finished terrace level w/teen... Read More

  • Condo For Sale $260,000
    • 4Bed
    • 3Baths
    • 2,376Sq ft
    3179 Hallmark Ln, Buford, Georgia

    Terrific end unit! open floorplan, private 1st floor brm + full bath. wonderful appointed kit... Read More

30519 - Statistics and Home Trends

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AVERAGE PRICE

$ 580,116

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 139

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$ 437,881

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PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

$ 121

Average Price
Land For Sale in 30519 (21) $ 705,143

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$ 471,288

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Currently there are 196 homes for sale and 21 vacant land parcels for sale in 30519

About Buford, Georgia:

Buford is a small city that straddles Gwinnet and Hall Counties in the state of Georgia. With a population of just over 13,000, Beaufort lies just 25 miles Northeast of Atlanta, placing it in the Atlanta metropolitan region. Despite its proximity to one of the countries largest urban centers, Buford is closely identified with its access to an amazing landscape and scenic beauty. Buford is where they dammed the Chattahoochee River in 1956 to create Lake Lanier, widely recognized as one of the more popular water destinations in all of Georgia.

 

Buford enjoys a humid subtropical climate which features hot humid summers and cooler winters. The average high in January is around 50° while the summer high routinely reaches the low to mid 90s.     

 

If you enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, waterskiing, or lakeside camping, there’s probably few better places for you in the Southeastern United States than Buford, Georgia. Lake Lanier is widely recognized as one of the best recreational lakes in the region and the thousands upon thousands of tourists and residents who visited year-round only underscore the point.   If you’re looking for some upscale resort recreation, Lake Lanier Islands has everything you could ever want. The luxurious resorts and five-star accommodations make this a popular destination for weddings and group celebrations.

 

Buford has more than seven miles of multi-purpose trails that are perfect for walkers, joggers, or cyclists who want to get around the city and take in some of its breathtaking beauty at the same time. These trails can connect Buford residents with both the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Centre as well as the Mall of Georgia. Buford City Park is a recreation gem with 25 acres of lush greenery as well as tennis and basketball courts, baseball, softball, and soccer fields.

 

Buford has garnered a reputation as being a premier shopping destination for Northeast Georgia. Many come to shop in the impressive Mall of Georgia, the largest mall in the entire state and the 36th largest in the country. First opened in 1999, this shopping treasure has more than 200 stores as well as a 20-theater cinema complex which includes an IMAX theater. For those who wanted more old-school approach to shopping, Buford’s historic downtown features a shopping experience that will take you back to yesterday. Unique artisan-run shops and boutiques offer Buford residents incredible selections from woodworking, pottery, stain glass, and other hand crafted collectibles.   

 

The aforementioned Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Centre serves as Buford’s cultural and educational hub. It is a museum which provides scientific, environmental, and cultural exhibits primarily intended to educate young children.

 

A great source of community pride is the Buford City School District which administers all of the schools within the city limits. The district operates two elementary schools, Beaufort Academy, Buford Elementary, Buford Middle School and Buford High School

 

Buford Georgia is similar to a lot of communities in the surrounding area and that it offers a best-of-both-worlds scenario. Its proximity to Atlanta and the world’s busiest airport make it one of the more convenient places in the country to travel to and from. It is less than an hour’s drive to all of the big city amenities that can be found in a major urban centre like Atlanta. At the same time, it has a genuine close-knit community experience you can’t find just anywhere.

           

30519 is located in Gwinnett, GA. There are currently 196 Homes for Sale within 30519, with asking prices ranging from $120,000 to $4,100,000. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 30519 is $169, which is above the Gwinnett County average of $169. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $298,060. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 46.90% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 0.00% of the available 30519 inventory. The population of 30519, according to the 2010 Census, is 39,812. The total number of households in the zip code of 30519 is 12,810, with an average household size for of 3.02 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 30519 is 2,509, which means that 80.41% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.