Cairo Ga. – The Relaxing Town You’ve Been Looking For
If you are looking for a quality alternative to crowded city living, you need to look at Cairo GA real esate. Blessed with a temperate climate that ranges from 51 degrees in January to 81 degrees in July and August, Cairo’s temperatures are close to ideal for anyone who enjoys a warm climate.
Cairo is a growing small town with a population of 9,870 as of July, 2009. It’s not surprising that the population has grown 6.8% since the year 2000. The town is located on 35 miles from Tallahassee Florida, and 60 miles from the nearest gulf beaches. Recreation is plentiful throughout the area with fishing, hunting, swimming, boating, exercise, gymnastics, team and individual sports. Cairo is a community where you feel safe walking in your neighborhood. Quality local healthcare is available from our award winning Grady General Hospital. When you can make a choice about where you want to live and do business, it makes good sense to choose a town know as Georgia’s Hospitality City?
Cairo GA homes are a real value. The mean price of all housing units (as of June, 2009) was $127,495. The average price of single family houses was $137,410.
Grady County Schools
The Grady County School System provides a first-rate educational experience. It has a professional staff of 354 and 4,581 students enrolled in the system, and boasts an outstanding teacher-pupil ratio. There are five elementary schools, one middle school, and Cairo High School. Grady County puts an emphasis on parental and community involvement. High-tech computers and automated media centers give the students hands-on experience.
Grady County is an ideal location for businesses to reach many diverse markets. Grady County is located:
• 30 miles from Florida
• 60 miles from the Gulf of Mexico
• 75 miles east of Alabama
• 225 miles south of Atlanta
• 200 miles from the East Coast
• CSX rail service is available locally from 2 carriers
• Commercial air transportation is located only 30 miles from Cairo at the Moultrie-Thomasville Airport
• International air carriers available in Tallahassee only 35 miles away
• 4,000 ft all-weather runway open 24 hours a day for private and corporate air travel, complete with storage buildings and hangars
• Public barge dock located in Bainbridge, only 20 miles away.
Bainbridge Georgia Real Estate – Also Serving Lake Seminole
Whether it's Bainbridge Ga. or Lake Seminole real estate, or property in Donaldsonville or Cairo, your long-time SW Georgia real estate agent Larry Lennard is the one to call.
As a longtime resident with over 25 years’ experience in the local market, Larry knows Lake Seminole and Bainbridge Georgia real estate.
Larry offers professional, ethical services and current market data to help you make informed decisions about buying or selling your home.
It’s that knowledge and dedication that have made Larry a perennial multi-million dollar producer.
Buying Real Estate in Bainbridge or Lake Seminole
Looking to buy a new home? Larry can help you find the perfect home in the perfect area to suit your unique needs and can offer advice on financing options to help you get the most house for your hard-earned money.
Real estate values in Bainbridge and Lake Seminole reached their lowest level a few years ago but have rebounded over the past few years. Whether you’re looking for your first "starter home" or looking to move up to a larger home, there may never be a better time to purchase that new home.