Why buy a house in Hapeville, Georgia 30354?
Why do people like to live, work and play in this sunny southern town? Is it all because of the city's claim to fame as the home town of comedian Jeff Foxworthy? Maybe that's one reason, but that's not the only one.
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Hapeville, Georgia is getting discovered again -- by millenials, and artists and boomers downsizing. The town is also getting a closer look from those who work in the Atlanta airport area.
Recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the town exudes southern charm with it’s classic city-suburban neighborhoods and historic downtown and recently renovated storefront facades. Hapeville also boasts a lively downtown park, a historic theater company, and a unique butterfly public art program.
Preserving the Past lends a relaxed small-town feel.
Like many of the small towns clustered around metro Atlanta, a train track runs through the middle of picturesque Hapeville, Georgia, a town that sprang up around a railroad station south of downtown Atlanta. Today Hapeville preserves the best of the past while embracing its vision for the future. A designated Main Street City, downtown Hapeville features a Historic Depot Museum, the Historic Christ Church & Carriage House, the Hoyt Smith Conference Center and numerous picturesque downtown storefront facades that hark back to the mid-20th century.
Buy or Sell a house in Hapeville Georgia
Three- and four-bedroom homes with two-to-three baths are selling briskly in the Hapeville, Georgia 30354 real estate market. The high price for these homes is currently about $319,000 and the lowest price currently available is for $150,000. The median asking price for this type of home is currently $199,000. The average time it takes to get a Hapeville home sold in the current market is 60 days.
This map show three- and four-bedroom homes currently for sale in in Hapeville.
Here is a side-by-side sampling of homes for sale in Hapeville, Georgia now.
Embracing the Present keeps the economy healthy.
Picture-pretty, though it may be, Hapeville is keeping up with the times. Centrally located between I-75 and I-85 immediately adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the city remains closely tied to the transportation business: Besides being home to the original Dwarf House Chick-fil-A, Wells Fargo Processing Center, and numerous hotels that service the travelers using Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Hapeville has long been economically anchored by the headquarters of metro Atlanta’s #1 employer, Delta Airlines, Inc and Delta credit Union headquarters, who presently employ more than 30,000 local residents.
Envisioning the Future inspires new intiatives and growth.
But Hapeville is not resting on these laurels. Economic Development is big news now. This is a city on the move, experiencing significant revitalization. Notably, the former Ford Motor Co. was recently redeveloped by Jacoby Development for Porsche Cars North America’s "Aerotropolis-Atlanta" site. A new MARTA station is also under construction a few blocks from the Porsche facility. And a new luxury hotel will soon break ground on the airport side of the Porsche center. Contact the Department of Economic Development for further information: 404-669-8269 City Hall Department of Economic Development, 3468 N. Fulton Avenue, Hapeville, GA 30354
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