Priced to sell! Below Market.

Property Value $16,000
Your Financed Price $11,999 Your Cash Price $11,349
Your Financed Savings $4,001 Your Cash Savings $4,651
Payments Starting At $140/Mo.
Property Value $16,000
Your Financed Price $11,999
Your Financed Savings $4,001
Payments Starting At $140/Mo.
Your Cash Price $11,349
Your Cash Savings $4,651

If you are ready to settle in a great community this .19 AC corner property is for you! Located in beautiful Augusta, a city with great history, but also a fresh vibe. Yes, we’re tradition, we’re golf, we’re azaleas and manicured lawns. We’re also funky music, cutting-edge art and improv theater. If you are looking for a great place to raise a family, or even to retire, Augusta has something for you. Family festivals, outdoor fun, and quirky bistros. Great schools, history, culture, and a life rich in outdoor activity! It all awaits you here.

Property Location

The subject property described for sale on this page can be seen on the following aerial maps outlined in red, shaded in yellow, and marked with the red “SALE” icon.


Nearby home and property values are very healthy. The neighborhood is suited to retain high property value for whatever type of home you may wish to build on this vacant lot.


Status: Available
State: Georgia
APN: 0983227000
Size: 0.19 Acre
Topography: Flat
GPS: 33.422893, -82.023572
Short Legal: PARCEL A
Annual Taxes: $292.07
Zoning: R-3B Multiple Family Residential
Setbacks: Varies on proposed use.
Road Access: Paved
Electricity: Georgia Power Co
Water: City of Augusta Utilities Department
Sewer: Would need to install septic

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Purchasing Options

Seller Financed Price: $11,999

Cash Price: $11,349 – you save an additional $650

Option 1



96 Months

Option 2



60 Months

Option 3



36 Months

Financing Option Prices above do not reflect the following monthly service charges: $30/month for loan servicing and liability insurance, 1/12 annual base taxes listed in Property Details section above. Total due at signing includes down-payment, first monthly payment and applicable service charges, as well as one time documentation and processing fee of $495.

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There are lots of ways to get to the heart of Augusta. Learn where old meets new and tradition meets tomorrow. Come take a walk along our tree-lined streets, stroll along the Savannah River or see the city from the water. You’ll learn a lot about us through our food, from traditional Southern cuisine to New American, regional fare as you take your time over dishes that are down home or high style. (

Cost of Living

In Augusta, GA, the overall cost of living index is 87, which is 8% lower than the Georgia average and 13% lower than the U.S. average.


Augusta, GA has a population of 196,784 and is the 123rd largest city in the United States. The population density is 651 per sq mi which is 248% higher than the Georgia average and 619% higher than the national average.


In 2018, the most common method of travel for workers in Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC was Drove Alone (83.9%), followed by those who Carpooled (8.46%) and those who Worked At Home (3.95%).

Real Estate

The median home price for Augusta, GA runs $100,500, which is 34% lower than the average property price for Georgia. So you’re going to get real estate in Augusta, GA that is on-average more affordable than what you’ll find in the rest of Georgia.


The Augusta, GA educational system consists of 54 public schools, 14 private schools and 7 post-secondary schools.

Housing Market

In Augusta, GA the median home price is $100,500 and $38,458 is the median household income. As a result, the home price to income ratio in Augusta, GA is 2.6x, which is 12% lower than the Georgia average.


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Local Hot Spots

Morris Museum of Art (6.5 miles)
Meadow Garden (5 miles)
Augusta Riverwalk (6.1 miles)
Lucy Craft Laney Museum (4.5 miles)
Pendleton King Park (3.7 miles)
Phinizy Swamp Nature Park (5 miles)
Augusta Canal National Heritage Area (5.6 miles)
Brick Pond Park (6.6 miles)
Aqueduct Park (6.8 miles)
New Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam Park (6.6 miles)
Mayors Fishing Hole (5.5 miles)

Area Attractions

Lucy Craft Laney Museum Of Black History
Meadow Garden
Greater Augusta Arts Council
Augusta Canal National Heritage Area
Augusta Common
Aiken Community Theatre
Aiken Train Museum
Arts & Heritage Center Of North Augusta
Arts In The Heart Of Augusta Festival
Asu/Grover Maxwell Performing Arts Center
Augusta Arsenal/ Augusta University
Augusta Museum Of History
Augusta-Richmond County Public Library
Augusta Riverwalk
Boyhood Home Of President Woodrow Wilson
Brick Pond Park
Clarks Hill Lake
Confederate Powderworks Chimney
Evans Towne Center Park
Dupont Planetarium
Fort Gordon Dinner Theatre
Gertrude Herbert Institute Of Art
Greater Augusta Arts Council
Gurosik’S Berry Plantation
Harry Jacobs Chamber Music Society
Imperial Theatre
The James Brown Family Historical Tour
Lake Olmstead Park
The Laurel And Hardy Museum
Mistletoe State Park
Monetta Drive-In Movie Theater
Morris Museum Of Art
Paine College
Pexcho’S American Dime Museum
Rae’S Creek Aqueduct Park
Red Wing Rollerway (11.7 miles)
Sacred Heart Cultural Center
Storyland Theatre, Inc.
Westobou Gallery
Wild Turkey Center & Winchester Museum

Sports & Recreation

Active Climbing
Andy Jordan’s Bicycle Warehouse
Augusta Canal Discovery Center
Augusta Greenjackets
Cole Watkins Kayak Tours
F.A.T.S. Trails
Hopelands Gardens
Half-Moon Outfitters
Heggie’S Rock Preserve
The Inside Drive
Newman Tennis Center
North Augusta Greeneway
Outdoor Augusta
Palmetto Shooting Complex
Patriot Riverboat Tours
Steed’s Dairy Farm & Corn Maze
Rebel Ranch Horse Tours
Wedges and Woods Driving Range
Whitecap Watersports
25 Golf Courses within 30 minutes

So, what are you waiting for?

Buyer to verify and perform their own due diligence regarding the feasibility of their plans. Buyer is responsible for verifying all information with the County as to what can and can’t be done with the property. Buyer will need to work with the County to obtain the proper permits if needed. Buyer will also need to confirm the availability of any utilities needed or serviced on the property. Seller makes no warranties or representations about the land, its condition, or what can be built on the property.