The well-rounded quality of life available in Sharpsburg, Georgia, earned the community ‘contender’ status in Money Magazine’s 2005 list of Best Places to Live. Sharpsburg is quiet, affordable and safe. Real estate options consist of single-family homes and land lots for custom building. While the community has a small-town, rural atmosphere, the conveniences of the big city are close by. Sharpsburg is 35 miles south of Atlanta and 75 miles north of Columbus. Major roads in the vicinity include Interstate 85 and State Routes 154, 54 and 15. Traveling longer distances is easy as well; Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is about 35 minutes from Sharpsburg by car. For recreation, residents enjoy golf, tennis, swimming, youth sports and community events. In addition to the parks managed by Coweta County Recreation and the local golf courses, residents can also explore the nearby historic town of Senoia. Sharpsburg’s official population numbers only a few hundred, but the 3,000 people who live in the adjacent unincorporated areas are considered part of the Sharpsburg community as well. The working population is largely employed in the areas of education and social services, manufacturing, construction, transportation and warehousing, and retail trade. Sharpsburg-area students attend Coweta County public schools. The district in total operates 29 campuses, with five of these located in Sharpsburg. The five Sharpsburg campuses serve a student enrollment numbering roughly 4,800.
Sharpsburg Real Estate Info: Prices of Sharpsburg Houses for Sale
The Sharpsburg area is a homebuyer’s dream. The homes are luxurious, the lots are big and the prices are affordable. Detached, single-family homes in Sharpsburg are available from the mid-$100,000s, ranging up to $600,000. Higher-end homes are offered in the Highland Park Estates, Canongate Village and Beaumont Farms subdivisions. In these neighborhoods, buyers will find traditionally styled homes, open floor plans and large, private lots. Amenities might include a swimming pool, tennis court, waterfront or golf frontage location, water views and/or custom interior features. Other neighborhoods, including Barrington Farms, Persimmon Creek, Shoal Creek Forest and Westminister Village features homes that typically have three or more bedrooms and come with access to neighborhood recreational facilities. Custom building is also an option in Sharpsburg. Residential land is available, with lots ranging from one acre to dozens of acres in size. Lot prices vary from less than $100,000 up to $800,000.