New Homes in Augusta
Established in 1736 as part of the British colony of Georgia, under the supervision of colony founder James Oglethorpe. It was the colony’s second established town, after Savannah. Today, Augusta is the second-largest city in Georgia, and the largest city of the Central Savannah River Area.
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About Augusta

Located on the Georgia/South Carolina border, the city of Augusta, GA lies on the Savannah River, which supports its diverse economic endeavors as well as vast recreation options. The city is the center point of the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA), a 13-county region that includes both Georgia and South Carolina. It is located within close proximity to many major southern destinations including Atlanta, Columbia, and Charlotte.

Augusta offers southern charm plus the perks of big city life—arts, culture, shopping, education opportunities, fine cuisine, state-of-the-art healthcare, sports, and a slew of recreational pursuits. Here you can literally soak up the best of all worlds. With a wide variety of amenities within just a short drive, you will find the area pleasantly devoid of the traffic snarls plaguing so many metropolitan areas. Augusta’s southern hospitality is evident from the temperate climate to the year-round greenery that reminds residents and visitors alike of Augusta’s designation as the "Garden City"

 

Why Choose Augusta ?

Golf!
Everyone know that Augusta is home to the worlds’ most famous golf tournament, The Masters and the #1 rated gold course in the world, Augusta National, but it also home to many other great championship golf courses and a golfer’s paradise to live within.
Fort Gordon
Is a United States Army installation and the current home of the United States Army Signal Corps and Cyber Center of Excellence. The fort is located to the southwest of the city and employs approximately 30,000 military and civilian employees and has an estimated $1.1 billion economic impact on the Augusta-Richmond County economy.

Places in Augusta

The Masters Tournament

The legendary Masters Tournament is the first major of the year, and is always held at the same location, Augusta National Golf Club.

Columbia County Fair

Get ready for six days of fun August 28 through Labor Day in Chatham, New York with all your fair favorites as well as new entertainment that will fill the stages, exhibit buildings, barns, midway and grandstand.

Lights of the South

Earlier this year, Augusta on Ice & Lights of the South announced a combined holiday festival, Winterland. We’ve put a tremendous amount of work into making this happen, however due to suitable space, we will have now two separate locations for families across the CSRA to enjoy!

Augusta Museum of History

The Augusta Museum of History collects, preserves, and interprets history in relation to the past of Augusta and the Central Savannah River region for the education and enrichment of present and future generations.

Active Climbing

Active Climbing is Augusta’s first indoor climbing gym, and one of the best in the region. We are dedicated to bouldering, indoor rock climbing, fitness, and much more! Active Climbing features 18,000 square feet packed full of 30 ft tall rope climbing, World Cup style bouldering and ninja warrior obstacles.

Sacred Heart Cultural Center

Sacred Heart, a former Catholic Church, is now home to various cultural activities including choral concerts, art exhibits, holiday events and the annual Garden Festival as well as the Augusta Ballet, the Augusta Children’s Chorale, the Augusta Choral Society, the Augusta Players, Symphony Orchestra Augusta (SOA) and the Greater Augusta Arts Council. 

The Masters Tournament
Columbia County Fair
Lights of the South
Augusta Museum of History
Active Climbing
Sacred Heart Cultural Center
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