New meets old in Hinesville, Georgia, where there are seemingly just as many brand new homes in the process of being built as there are existing, modest structures. Although the location is just minutes from everything, it is out of the way enough to mean appealing, budget-friendly prices for buyers. Those hoping to make an investment in a family home will have plenty to choose from in Hinesville, where the temperate weather and coastal proximity makes residences desirable and picturesque.
Liberty County holds more than just freedom; it is home to Hinesville, an epicenter of southern coastal Georgia. The small city of 33,000 borders the Atlantic ocean and encompasses about 16 square miles. Many soldiers and their families from nearby Fort Stewart call Hinesville home, as do over 11,000 students. Children within the bounds of the Liberty County School District, which is headquartered in Hinesville, may attend one of the seven elementary schools, three middle schools, or two high schools in the city. And because it’s forty miles fromSavannah, residents have easy access to an airport, major shopping, and one of the most desirable metropolitan areas in the south.
Nature lovers and those who seek the ocean will feel right at home in Hinesville, which surrounds plenty of coastal waterways and streams that run through it. Abundant wildlife like deer and hogs populate areas like the Cay Creek Wetlands. Half a dozen parks and an outdoor amphitheater make Hinesville a great place for enjoying outdoor recreation all year round. For those who don’t want to choose between the beauty of the beach and the opportunity of the city, Hinesville is an ideal compromise. The swamplands of coastal Georgia are lush, evergreen, and mild, making it perfect for an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys a bit of moisture in the air. As the city motto goes, "It is home for a day or a lifetime."