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Young Harris, GA

The site of Cupid Falls, the area's waterfall, Young Harris is a small city in Towns County, just a few miles south of Lake Chatuge. It is also the home of Young Harris College, which makes this quaint city quite resort-like in atmosphere. With numerous amenities, including an art gallery and planetarium, Young Harris residents are drawn to the area for its charming, forest properties and number of things to do. To the north is Brasstown Valley Golf Club.

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Cupid Falls in Young Harris, GA during summer

Young Harris Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $586K
Lowest Price $190K
Highest Price $2.6M
Total Listings 77
Avg. Days On Market 93
Avg. Price/SQFT $266

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Recognized for its college campus, Young Harris is a charming, quiet city just south of the North Carolina-Georgia border. With a population of just over 1,000 people, Young Harris is considered a lovely little escape for those who enjoy the tranquility of small-town, mountain living.

When it comes to the real estate market in Young Harris, this city is entirely single-family homes, although there are some lakefront condos on the edges of the city limits. As much of the area is undeveloped land, there are often a number of vacant lots for sale in Young Harris, as well. For those interested in building a custom, dream home, there are many listings to choose from. 

Young Harris homes are quite interesting. This city has a number of older properties, with construction dates around the 1970s and 1980s. A good portion of the available homes for sale have been built in the 1990s, and all of these properties take on more traditional architecture. This includes farmhouse, cottage, and cabin styles, but newer homes for sale are typically designed in cabin styles most often associated with the Northern Georgia area. 

Newer single-family homes are often rustic cabins, with vinyl or wood siding, large porches, and both interior and exterior beams. However, there are many homes that have given the cabin style a modern twist—a Contemporary take on the traditional home design. Large windows, dark siding, and clean lines. The Nest at Brannon Ridge Reserve is a new subdivision offering some of these modern cabin homes to potential buyers. Interiors for these homes, as well, are exceedingly modern, and these homes have been built with sustainable and energy-efficient methods. 

In regards to price point, Young Harris homes are lower priced than some of the larger cities. Homebuyers, as a result, get a lot more property, and this extends to the new, modern construction homes as well. Some of the older, smaller bungalows sit at around 1,500 square feet, but do often come with acreage. Homes that begin to creep into the luxury bracket are much larger in size, and often come equipped with stainless-steel appliances, modern interior finishes, and exceptional mountain and/or lake views. 

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Young Harris Highlights & Amenities

The city’s close proximity to area mountains, trails, rivers, and lakes means that residents can experience outdoor recreation just minutes from their doorstep. The city’s largest road is Main Street (U.S. Route 76), and shops and restaurants are found along this road. This includes small plazas with local businesses, as well as the Young Harris Alumni House, Mountain Regional Library, and the city’s church.

Young Harris College lends many amenities to the area, such as vast sports fields and a chain restaurant. Some of the highlights include the Bob & Gale Nichols Tennis Complex (which also includes pickleball courts), the Young Harris Soccer and Lacrosse Field/Zell B. Miller Field, and the O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium.

Corn Creek runs through Young Harris, and Cupid Falls (the city’s waterfall) is an easy hike away. There are numerous other hiking trails just outside the city, such as Jacks Knob Trail trailhead, which leads up to Brasstown Bald. Other outdoor activities include off-roading, boating, wine-tasting, and the Georgia Mountain Fair—hosted in nearby Hiawassee

Young Harris is located between Blairsville and Hiawassee, to the south and east respectively. Both Lake Chatuge and Lake Nottely are also easily accessible for Young Harris residents.

Young Harris: Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is Young Harris College known for?
A. Popular majors for Young Harris College students include Psychology, Biology, Visual and Performing Arts, Business, and Marketing. Young Harris College is also known for its athletics programs.

Q. Can I rent out my property in Young Harris, GA?
A. Yes, you can rent your property in Young Harris. However, interested parties should review the regulations for short-term and long-term rentals as dictated by the city.

Q. Is Young Harris a nice place to live?
A. Young Harris, GA is a beautiful city with a welcoming community. It’s a great place to live for those searching for a small-town lifestyle with plenty of outdoor recreation.

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