Macon, Georgia is located in the geographic center of Georgia, and as a one-time hub for railroad traffic it earned the designation "The Central City" from the New York Times. It is currently the fourth largest city in Georgia, and the site of many activities, fairs and festivals throughout the year. The buildings and homes around Macon range from colonial to modern, with the older ones being in great shape for their age. Many of the 2-4 bedroom homes have plantation style without the massive price-tag, sporting facades from Greek revivalist to quaint country cottage.

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