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Decatur, Georgia Real Estate

Decatur's highly extensive selection of homes starts at under $110,000. Larger, newer homes in Oakhurst - with multiple fireplaces and spacious lots - are priced in the $600,000s. Custom Decatur estate homes on large wooded lots of considerable acreage are available starting at $650,000 and run up to $1.5 million. The current median price for a single-family home in Decatur is about $250,000. Condominiums in Decatur as well as DeKalb County townhomes range from well below $100,000 to $435,000. If a custom-built property sounds appealing, there are also plenty of land parcels for custom building available in Decatur, and they range in price from as low as $10,000 to as high as $1 million depending on the size, location, and zoning.
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Decatur Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Georgia

As one of several U.S. cities named after naval hero Stephen Decatur, the city of Decatur offers a rich blend of small-town charm and modern opportunity. Founded in 1823, Decatur is the second oldest municipality in the Atlanta metropolitan area and the seat of DeKalb County. Tree-lined streets and well-maintained homes in mature neighborhoods serve the 22,000 people who make Decatur their home. Real estate options in Decatur consist of single-family homes, estate properties, condominiums, townhouses and land lots.

The city's Town Square is one of the centers for community activity, shopping and dining and has more than 40 restaurants, galleries, boutiques and shops. Local points of interest include the Decatur Railroad Depot, Historic Sycamore Street and The Old Courthouse. It also hosts annual concerts, festivals and parades. Several other neighborhoods within the city of Decatur including Winnona Park, Oakhurst and the Great Lakes Area offer very distinctive neighborhoods within the city of Decatur. Oakhurst Village has many unique shops and award-winning restaurants and is rapidly becoming one of Atlanta's most sought after neighborhoods due to its large inventory of now historic craftsman homes.

Decatur's nationally recognized school system's success is largely due to the community's decision to make education a high priority. Nearly 65 cents of every tax dollar goes toward the city school district. The average class size ranges from 18 to 26 students. Decatur continues to have one of the highest percentages of certified employees with advanced degrees in the state. DeKalb County is home to Emory University, Oglethorpe University and other institutes of higher learning.

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