Though it had a long, rich history, Clayton County became an internationally recognized community with the first few pages of the world-famous novel, “Gone with the Wind.” Today Jonesboro, Georgia is known as the official home of Margaret Mitchell’s literary classic and while visiting you can take the “Southern Belles and Whistles” tour, visit the Road to Tara Museum, the Stately Oaks Plantation, and numerous additional points of interest. Considered Atlanta’s “true South,” Jonesboro sees thousands of visitors each year, not only because of the above-mentioned attractions, but also because of its gorgeous parks, award-winning golf courses, and scenic fishing reservoirs.
Additional Jonesboro hotspots include a six-acre lake known as The Beach, which happens to have been a film site for Hunger Games: Catching Fire. In addition to the abundant beauty, The Beach has opportunities for biking, hiking, volleyball, and tennis. Lee Street Park, comprised of 5.7 acres, also has much to offer in the center of the city’s Downtown District. The Park encompasses a walking track, an amphitheater, pavilion, state-of-the-art playground equipment, and a market area. Situated only fifteen miles south of Atlanta, Jonesboro offers its residents extraordinary options for entertainment, recreation, shopping, and dining.
With all of this to offer, Jonesboro is a great place to buy a home. Homes for sale in Jonesboro include condos, townhouses, multi-family homes, single-family homes, as well as lots/land. Jonesboro real estate comes in a broad price range with listing prices depending on the property’s architectural style, age, location, size, and special features. If you are looking for space to spread out, vacant land on which to build, a low-maintenance condo or townhome, or something else altogether. If you would like to learn more about available property in Jonesboro, Georgia, please allow us to assist you and contact us today.
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