Homes for Sale in Madison, GA

Welcome to Madison, the town that Sherman refused to burn (or so the legend goes). It’s been touted as “one  of the south’s prettiest towns” as well as “one of the 16 most beautiful towns in the world” and is continually featured in publications like Southern Living and Garden and Gun.

Whether you are looking for a historic in-town home, a modern farmhouse on acreage, a traditional subdivision home, or a cluster home within walking distance of the bustling downtown square, you can   find it here. Folks looking to raise a new family here love the “One Morgan” school system and retirees enjoy the quaint setting within proximity to award-winning golf courses, the lakes, and (of course) our beloved Georgia Bulldogs.

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Madison, GA June 17, 2024
47
Listed
58
Avg. DOM
$240.10
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$654,900
Med. List Price
47 Properties
Page 1 of 4
7
Beds
5F31/2
Baths
8,064
Sq.Ft.
2015
Year Built
66
Days on Site
20178889
MLS
$1,650,000
Neighborhood: Private Drive
6
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
7,595
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
61
Days on Site
10284188
MLS
4
Beds
3
Baths
3,932
Sq.Ft.
1997
Year Built
9
Days on Site
10315464
MLS
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
6,572
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
12
Days on Site
10313569
MLS
$1,250,000
Neighborhood: FOX Farm
6
Beds
5F11/2
Baths
5,795
Sq.Ft.
1970
Year Built
44
Days on Site
10293582
MLS
4
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
3,850
Sq.Ft.
2019
Year Built
14
Days on Site
10310562
MLS
$999,999
Neighborhood: Taverns Rest
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
5,165
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
146
Days on Site
20168280
MLS
5
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
6,153
Sq.Ft.
1960
Year Built
45
Days on Site
10279948
MLS
$899,000
Neighborhood: Sweetbriar
5
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,863
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
28
Days on Site
10302357
MLS
$875,000
Neighborhood: Valley Farm
3
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,228
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
34
Days on Site
10299799
MLS
3
Beds
3
Baths
2,734
Sq.Ft.
2021
Year Built
92
Days on Site
10267909
MLS
$854,500
Neighborhood: Foster Park
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,411
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
26
Days on Site
10304617
MLS
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Madison, GA: History, Culture, and Community

TOWNS: Madison, Bostwick, Rutledge & Buckhead

EDUCATION: OneMorgan-Morgan County Charter School System

EVENTS: Firefly Festival, Chili CookOff, Madison Spring Tour of Homes, Derby Day & More!

SHOP & SAVOR: In High Cotton, BB&G, Hart & Crown Tavern, Madison Produce & More!

LIVE: Discover the Allure of Living in Madison, GA

History

Nestled in the heart of Georgia, Morgan County beckons with a perfect blend of historic charm and contemporary allure. Discover why this Southern gem is not just a place to visit but a community to call home. Morgan County's rich history  dates back to its establishment in 1809. The county boasts an architectural treasure trove, with Madison, its charming county seat, recognized as one of Georgia's largest designated National Historic Landmark Districts. Stroll down Madison's historic streets, adorned with antebellum homes, and feel the echoes of the past.

Founded in 1809, Madison emerged at the crossroads of historic trading routes. The town's strategic location fueled its  early growth, transforming it into a vital center for commerce and community life in the region. Madison's antebellum era, marked by the mid-19th century, witnessed the construction of magnificent homes, earning the town the moniker "The Town Sherman Refused to Burn" during the Civil War. The preservation of these architectural gems showcases Madison's commitment to honoring its past. Boasting one of the largest designated National Historic Landmark Districts in Georgia, Madison is a living museum of Greek Revival, Federal, and Victorian architecture. The historic district invites visitors on a stroll through time, with antebellum homes, churches, and civic buildings that reflect the town's enduring elegance.

During the Civil War, General Sherman spared Madison, recognizing its architectural and historical significance. This pivotal moment in Madison's history earned it the distinction of being a town that survived Sherman's March to the Sea.

Points of Interest and Attractions

Today, Madison, Georgia stands as a living testament to the preservation of its rich history. The town's cmmitment to maintaining its antebellum charm while embracing modern amenities makes it a unique destination for residents and visitors alike. Its cobblestone streets, historic homes, and vibrant community spirit invite all to journey through time and experience the grace and resilience that define this Southern gem. Explore Madison, where every corner whispers tales of a bygone era, inviting you to be part of its timeless narrative.

  • Explore Madison's Historic District, where magnolia-lined streets lead to a captivating array of boutiques, galleries, and restaurants housed in meticulously preserved buildings. 
  • Housed in a former Romanesque Revival-style school building, this center celebrates the arts and serves  as a cultural hub for the community.
  • Heritage Hall, a Greek Revival mansion, is home to the Morgan County Historical Society and offers a glimpse into the town's history while serving as a venue for events and exhibitions.
  • Dive into the heart of Downtown Madison, where cobblestone streets lead to boutiques, art galleries, and charming cafes, creating a picturesque scene reminiscent of a bygone era.
  • Embrace nature at Hard Labor Creek State Park, offering outdoor enthusiasts hiking trails, horse trails, a rolling golf course, and serene lakeside retreats in addition to some great geocaching sites. Step back in time and see the depression era CCC-built cabin (Civilian Conservation Corps), one of the only left standing in Georgia, or blast out of this world and view celestial objects during one of the free public nights at the on-site GSU Observatory.
  • Immerse yourself in the arts at the Steffen Thomas Museum, showcasing the works of renowned sculptor Steffen Thomas as well as local artists.
  • The Morgan County African-American Museum in Madison's historic district is dedicated to preserving the local African American culture through a diverse collection of artifacts and exhibits, housed in the restored Folk Victorian home of John Wesley Moore. Founded in 1989 as a non-profit organization by Fred Perriman and Martin L. Bass, the museum stands as a testament to the historical significance and commitment to preserving the cultural heritage of the local African American community.

  • With almost 800 miles of scenic shoreline along Lake Oconee and neighboring Lake Sinclair, as well as Hard Labor Creek State Park’s Lake Brantley and Lake Rutledge, there’s a reason Morgan County is a major part of Georgia’s Lake Country.
  • If you've ever felt the impact of Camp Twin Lakes, you understand its extraordinary nature. Situated in Rutledge, Georgia, this nonprofit organization dedicates itsself to offering inclusive camp experiences for children facing  serious illnesses, disabilities, or life challenges, seeking to empower and support them through a range of adaptive activities within a nurturing environment that encourages personal growth and community involvement. 
Towns
Morgan County encompasses several charming towns, including:

  • Known for its historic homes, vibrant downtown, and cultural attractions, as well as its health and wellness scene.
  • With the slogan “Small But Special”, Rutledge brings the small-town feel to all its events, including fairs, parades, concerts on the lawn and so much more. A day spent leisurely strolling down Main Street is a day well-spent.  Stop by the original hardware store, where they still use the original cash register and have treasures from days gone by hanging from every available space. Turn right at the barrel (yes, the stop sign is in a barrel) for some great antiquing or go straight for the best boxcar sandwich around at the Caboose. Don’t forget to stop in Over Yonder Outpost for all your essentials.
  • Quaint with a small-town atmosphere, Bostwick is perfect for those seeking a close-knit community.  The Cotton Gin Festival is one thing you don’t want to miss! 
Buckhead:
  • Not to be confused with Atlanta’s borough, Buckhead, The Real Buckhead is located in Morgan County, where residents enjoy an easy-paced country lifestyle that embraces the rural landscape and the economic and recreational opportunities it affords. Historic downtown Buckhead features locally-owned businesses that serve as gathering places for the close-knit community and stopping points for visitors on their way to Lake Oconee. Buckhead supports countywide efforts to enhance quality of life for all residents through economic development, housing options, and educational and recreation opportunities. Sugar Creek Marina is located in Buckhead on Lake Oconee and offers a marina store with bait & tackle, fuel dock, boat ramp and boat storage.
Education
“Learn. Lead. Thrive. For today's learners and tomorrow's leaders....Our mission is to ensure that all students will be successful in their learning and personal development through a system characterized by extensive community and parental involvement, quality resources, an exemplary staff, a safe and caring environment, and a challenging, personalized educational program encompassing advanced technology. Morgan County School District prioritizes academic excellence. With a commitment to holistic education, it prepares students for success and fosters a love for learning.” -MCCSS 


Morgan County Charter School System is renowned for its commitment to academic achievement, innovation, and community collaboration.  Morgan County schools are more than just institutions—they are nurturing grounds for tomorrow's leaders.

Currently known as One Morgan because it is a “one school system”, meaning there is one Primary School, one  Elementary School, one Middle School, and one High School. Children going through this system are able to create lasting friendships, all the way from pre-k to graduation and beyond.  Also unique to Morgan County, MCHS is one of the first dual Career Academy/High School’s in the state, allowing every student the opportunity to experience the benefits of all forms of education, from the traditional route, to trade schools, to dual enrollment, MCHS offers it all under one umbrella.

Morgan County School District is not just an educational institution; it's a community invested in the holistic development of every student. With an unwavering commitment to academic distinction, innovation, and community collaboration, Morgan County schools are shaping the future leaders of tomorrow. Discover an educational journey that goes beyond textbooks, where every student is empowered to achieve greatness.

 Events

Step into the heart of Madison, GA, where a vibrant tapestry of events unfolds throughout the year, inviting residents and visitors to immerse themselves in cultural richness and community joy. From historic tours to lively festivals, Madison's events are more than occasions—they are experiences that captivate and celebrate the town's unique charm.

Mad Fest
Firefly Festival
Saturday in the Park
Chili Cook Off & Fall Festival 

Caroling by Candlelight

Madison Spring Tour of Homes 
Easter Egg Hunt
Independence Day Picnic
Chamber Music Festival

Madison Antique Show & Sale

Derby Day

Christmas Tour of Homes 2023                            

Christmas Tour of Homes

Employment

Morgan County offers a diverse employment landscape, with opportunities in education, healthcare, local businesses, and more. The proximity to metropolitan areas provides accessibility to broader job markets.

Shop & Savor 

 SHOPPING

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DINING

 Why Live in Morgan County

Living in Morgan County, GA, offers a unique blend of small-town charm, scenic beauty, and a welcoming community atmosphere. Here are several reasons why you might consider making Morgan County your home: 
Historic Ambiance: Morgan County boasts a rich historical heritage, with well-preserved architecture, including antebellum homes and landmarks. The charming downtown area reflects the town's history, providing a picturesque and nostalgic setting.

Natural Beauty: The county is surrounded by lush landscapes and offers access to outdoor activities. With parks, lakes, and recreational areas, residents can enjoy hiking, fishing, and other outdoor pursuits while being surrounded by the beauty of nature.

Strong Community Spirit: Morgan County is known for its tight-knit community. Residents often engage in local events, festivals, and community gatherings, fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie.

Quality of Life: The cost of living in Morgan County is often more affordable than in larger cities. This, combined with a peaceful and safe environment, contributes to an overall high quality of life for residents.

Education: The county provides access to good educational opportunities. Whether you have a family or are pursuing further education, Morgan County has reputable schools and educational resources.

Proximity to Atlanta: For those who enjoy a balance between small-town living and city amenities, Morgan County's proximity to Atlanta (about an hour's drive away) allows residents to easily access the cultural, entertainment, and employment opportunities of a larger metropolitan area.

Agricultural Heritage: The county has a strong agricultural tradition, and you'll find local farmers' markets offering fresh produce and a variety of agricultural products. This can contribute to a strong sense of community and a connection to the land.

Low Crime Rates: Morgan County typically enjoys lower crime rates compared to larger urban areas, contributing to a sense of safety and security for residents.

Quaint Towns: In addition to the county seat of Madison, there are other small towns within Morgan County, each with its own unique character. These towns often feature local businesses, shops, and restaurants that add to the overall appeal.

Relaxed Pace of Life: Morgan County offers a slower, more relaxed pace of life, which can be appealing for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle of city living.

Ultimately, the decision to live in Morgan County depends on individual preferences, lifestyle priorities, and the desire for a close-knit community with a rich historical backdrop.