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2707 River Ridge Ct, Augusta, GA 30909

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3635 Spanish Trace Dr, Hephzibah, GA 30815

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2603 Woodbluff Cir, Augusta, GA 30909

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109 Mayfair Abbey Ln, Augusta, GA 30909

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2325 Mura Ct, Augusta, GA 30906

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1552 E Pine Ridge Dr, Hephzibah, GA 30815

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11 Summerville Ln, Augusta, GA 30909

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760 McClure Dr, Augusta, GA 30909

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4378 Goshen Lake Dr S, Augusta, GA 30906

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4077 Cottingham Way, Augusta, GA 30909

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2403 Wrightsboro Rd, Augusta, GA 30904

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725 Stillwater Dr, Augusta, GA 30907

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2310 Mura Dr, Augusta, GA 30906

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525 Henderson Dr, Augusta, GA 30909

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4122 Country Ln, Hephzibah, GA 30815

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  • 0.37 acre lot 0.37 acre lot

1912 Valley Spring Rd, Augusta, GA 30909

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1223 Reid Rd, Augusta, GA 30909

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  • 0.24 acre lot 0.24 acre lot

4213 Forest Rd, Hephzibah, GA 30815

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4078 Cottingham Way, Augusta, GA 30909

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  • Martinez Homes for Sale $289,900
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  • Aiken Homes for Sale $309,900
  • North Augusta Homes for Sale $325,000
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  • Jackson Homes for Sale $224,900
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  • Columbia Homes for Sale $358,715
  • Aiken Homes for Sale $304,900
  • Burke Homes for Sale $299,900
  • Richmond Homes for Sale $221,600
  • Edgefield Homes for Sale $320,950
  • Greenville Homes for Sale $389,000
  • Lexington Homes for Sale $310,000
  • Beaufort Homes for Sale $625,000
  • Richland Homes for Sale $281,973
  • Dorchester Homes for Sale $389,245
  • Anderson Homes for Sale $310,000
  • McDuffie Homes for Sale $239,900
  • Clarke Homes for Sale $394,999
  • Colleton Homes for Sale $339,000
  • Orangeburg Homes for Sale $266,892
  • Spartanburg Homes for Sale $310,000
  • Effingham Homes for Sale $381,700
  • Sumter Homes for Sale $275,000
  • Laurens Homes for Sale $274,900
  • Bryan Homes for Sale $482,815

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  • 30907 Homes for Sale $279,900
  • 30909 Homes for Sale $310,970
  • 30906 Homes for Sale $184,900
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Stunning scenery amid North Georgia’s scenic mountains, rolling streams, and beautiful lakes makes this region a natural paradise for visitors. Combined with the small-town charm of Blue Ridge and surrounding areas, there’s no shortage of things to do during your visit for the Parade of Homes. Whether exploring the outdoors, strolling through local shops, or enjoying a meal or live music at one of the local restaurants, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

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The James Brown Family Historical Tours run once a week on Saturdays from 11 a.m. until 12:45 p.m. The tour begins at the Augusta Museum of History . Along with a guide, the bus tour visit sites that are significant to the history of James Brown growing up and living in Augusta. Highlights include such sites as the elementary school that James Brown attended, the home where he lived as a child, businesses  he owned, The James Brown Statue, The James Brown Arena and much more! Patrons also get the opportunity to see the largest exhibit of his memorabilia at The Augusta Museum of History following the tour.

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Spring Ramble

Georgia’s premier tour of historic homes, sites, and so much more!

Save the Date: Americus October 11-13, 2024

Thank you for a successful event in Athens! Be sure to join us at the Eatonton Expedition, August 17 , and the Fall Ramble in Americus, October 11-13 .

Packet Pickup Information

Registrants can pick up their tour packets at the following times and locations. Inside your packet, you’ll receive a name badge (which serves as your ticket inside homes, sites and meal venues), detailed event program and maps. Walk-up tickets will not be available at the event. All tickets must be purchased in advance. 

Event is held rain or shine.

There will be NO early packet pick-up at Rhodes Hall. Rhodes Hall will be closed for a private event on Thursday, April 18.

FRIDAY, APRIL 19 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lyndon House Arts Center 211 Hoyt St, Athens, GA 30601

SATURDAY, APRIL 20 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. First Christian Church of Athens 268 W. Dougherty St, Athens, GA 30601 *For those who registered for tickets with meals, breakfast will be served until 10 a.m.

SUNDAY, APRIL 21 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Oak Hall at Hedgerow Farm 4721 Price Mill Rd, Bishop, GA 30621 *For those who registered for tickets with meals, brunch will be served until 11 a.m.

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Weather/Dress Temperatures for the weekend should range from the high 70s to mid-80s during the day and low 60s at night. There is a slight chance of rain on Saturday and Sunday, so please bring a raincoat or umbrella. Please dress comfortably and wear walking footwear since many sidewalks along tour sites may be uneven. Men are not required to wear jackets to meals. Flat shoes are highly recommended. 

** Please wear your name badge during meals and tour hours**

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  • Please wear your name badge throughout the weekend. This serves as your entry into all Ramble sites and meal venues.
  • Street parking is available throughout the weekend. Many of the Ramble sites are in residential neighborhoods, so please be respectful when parking and do not block driveways.
  • For Ramble sites located in downtown Athens, please be aware that there may be a fee for parking. Parking fees vary by parking garage or meter.
  • SCRAMBLE YOUR RAMBLE – to control crowding, we encourage attendees to follow the program out of order.  
  • If you have registered for tickets with meals, Saturday’s lunch will be a boxed lunch pick-up. Grab a lunch to go and continue Rambling! For those who would like to take a break from Rambling, seating is available inside First Christian Church.
  • Please refer to the “Additional Directions” sheet in your registration packet for sites not listed on the map. GPS works for most sites.
  • Event occurs rain or shine.

Explore historic private homes and sites in Athens and Watkinsville

Join us this spring in Athens, where Ramblers will enjoy the rare opportunity to explore the Classic City’s most historic homes and sites. Ramblers will also visit nearby Watkinsville and Oconee County, a first for the Georgia Trust.

Named the “South’s Best College Town” by Southern Living magazine, Athens is the beloved home of the University of Georgia and a legendary music scene. Athens boasts sixteen historic districts, each with a unique character offering a glimpse into the city’s vibrant past. Wander through streets lined with beautifully preserved architecture and rich history and explore the historic landmarks that have shaped Athens into the eclectic city that it is today.

Conclude the weekend in nearby Watkinsville, nestled in the scenic landscapes of Oconee County. Explore historic homes and farmsteads that reflect the area’s rich history.

SOLD OUT! Tickets are no longer available. Walk-up tickets will NOT be available during the event. Join us at the  Eatonton Expedition, August 17 , and the  Fall Ramble in Americus, October 11-13 .

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Heritage Reception

A Complimentary Event for Upper-Level Georgia Trust Members ($300+) Saturday, April 20, 2024

During the Ramble weekend, before Saturday’s dinner, upper-level Georgia Trust members ($300 and up) will enjoy an exclusive private reception at Athens’ only National Historic Landmark, the 1840s Taylor-Grady House. The restored interior is adorned with antique furnishings and historically accurate paint colors. Guests will also enjoy seeing an interpretive boxwood garden. As of 2023, a new chapter is beginning for the Taylor-Grady House and will now be known as Landmark Commons, which will include not only the Taylor-Grady House, but also gardens, original out kitchen, and summer dining room. Landmark Commons aims for inclusive history through education, preservation, and hospitality.

To upgrade your membership to be a part of this exclusive reception, contact 404-885-7818 or [email protected] .

Friday, April 19 TOWN & GOWN

Named the “South’s Best College Town” by Southern Living magazine, Athens is the beloved home of the University of Georgia. Stroll through the landmark Arch onto the original campus of the nation’s first state-chartered university to see an extraordinary mix of 19th and early 20th century architecture. Take a rare look inside the University of Georgia President’s House, one of the oldest buildings in Athens and the official residence of UGA presidents since 1949.

Visit magnificent private residences in Athens’ historic Five Points neighborhood including the stunning home and gardens of the late UGA football legend Vince Dooley and his wife Barbara . See the Dearing-Wilkins House, which has been lovingly cared for by the University’s Alpha Pi sorority. Explore awe-inspiring homes in the Henderson Historic District featuring excellent examples of Folk Victorian, Queen Anne, and early 20th century Craftsman style design. Step inside the house once owned by Young Harris, who is best known as the early benefactor of Young Harris College, after whom the school was named. Return to UGA’s North Campus to enjoy cocktails and dinner at Herty Field, UGA’s first athletic field and site of the first intercollegiate football game in 1892.

Saturday, April 20 EXQUISITE HOMES

Ramble through the historic residential neighborhoods, each with their own unique character, that feature beautifully preserved architecture and historic landmarks. Explore the Cobbham Historic District , considered to be Athens’ first suburb. The neighborhood is known for its well-preserved Victorian and Neoclassical homes. See beautifully maintained residences including the Gordon-Hanks House, the Jester-Downs House, and the Thurmond-Banks-Knowlton House. Don’t miss seeing the home and gardens of the late landscape architecture professor John Linley, which were featured in Garden and Gun magazine. Discover hidden gems in the eclectic neighborhood of Pulaski Heights . Ramblers will also have exclusive access to The Hill, an enclave of historic homes that narrowly escaped demolition. These houses, now situated on a new site, are now home to renowned Southern caterer, Lee Epting. Conclude the day with cocktails and dinner on the grounds of Athens’ only National Historic Landmark, the 1840s Taylor-Grady House.

Sunday, April 21 WATKINSVILLE

Conclude the weekend in nearby Watkinsville , nestled in the scenic landscapes of Oconee County. Enjoy brunch in Bishop at Oak Hall located on the property of Hedgerow Farm, a historic farm that includes a century-old farmhouse and an early settler’s house. Wander the quaint streets of Watkinsville, the county seat of Oconee County, and explore the South Main Historic District, lined with restored historic homes and buildings.

Accommodations

The Georgia Trust Spring Ramble Athens, Georgia April 19-21, 2024

Please make your reservations right away and remember to mention you are with The Georgia Trust to get these rates. Prices do not include taxes.

Best Western Athens 170 N. Milledge, Athens 706-546-7959 $159/$169 + tax per night Reservation Cut-Off Date: March 18, 2024 Booking link

Graduate Athens 295 E. Dougherty Street, Athens 706-549-7020 $169 + tax per night Mention Spring Ramble 2024 for the discounted room rate. Reservation Cut Off Date: March 21, 2024 Booking link

Hampton Inn Athens 2220 W. Broad Street, Athens 706-548-9600 $179 + tax per night Reservation Cut Off Date: March 21, 2024 Booking link

Holiday Inn Express Athens 513 W. Broad Street, Athens 706-546-8122 $164 + tax per night Booking link

Homewood Suites by Hilton Athens Downtown University Area 750 E. Broad Street, Athens 706-548-3500 $159 + tax per night Booking link

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Rambles feature exclusive tours and social events in historic properties not usually open to the public. Tours of historic homes and buildings are self-guided, and guests provide their own transportation. Maps and programs are provided at packet pick-up. Catered meals are offered as part of registration packages; however, there are tour-only (no meals) options as well.

These trips attract hundreds of participants per Ramble and are offered two weekends each year (fall and spring). Recent Rambles have included Augusta, Thomasville, Macon and Newnan.

For more information, contact the Trust’s Special Events Department at 404-885-7812 or [email protected] .

**Sites and times are subject to change. Event occurs rain or shine.

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    Zillow has 553 homes for sale in Augusta GA. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.

  11. Boyhood Home of Woodrow Wilson

    The Boyhood Home, a National Historic Landmark, is located at 419 7th St. within the boundaries of the Augusta Downtown Historic District. The renovated home serves as a house museum depicting the life of the 28th President as a boy growing up in Georgia during the Civil War and Reconstruction. As the oldest Presidential residence in the state ...

  12. Historic Augusta, Inc.

    Historic Augusta, Inc. is a private, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the preservation of the historic built environment of Augusta and Richmond County, Georgia. Chartered in 1965, the organization has approximately 1,500 members. In the fall of 2004 the offices of the organization moved to the historic Joseph R. Lamar Boyhood ...

  13. Summerville Tour of Homes

    Details. 15 people responded. Event by Maggie DeLoach and Summerville Neighborhood Association, Augusta GA. Summerville Historic District. Duration: 2 days. Public · Anyone on or off Facebook. Save the Date! The Summerville Tour of Homes will be October 24th and 25th. We can't wait to see you!

  14. Living In Augusta GA 2021

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  15. Tour Tickets

    Thirty-Fifth Annual North Augusta Christmas Tour of Homes Thirty-Fifth Annual North Augusta Christmas Tour of Homes Thirty-Fifth Annual North Augusta Christmas Tour of Homes. Signed in as: [email protected]. Home; Coming Soon! Tour Details. Photo Gallery; ... 318 Baston Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 (706) 945-0176.

  16. North Augusta Christmas Tour of Homes

    The original Alpha Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. was formed March 16, 1963. In May 1985 the Alpha Omega Chapter advanced. to an Exemplar Chapter, Xi Beta Gamma. Membership is by invitation. Meetings are held semi-monthly at the homes of the members. The motto for Beta Sigma Phi is Life, Learning and Friendship. Service is achieved.

  17. Blue Ridge Parade of Homes

    Tour Homes Built by Some of North Georgia's Finest Craftsmen. $ 0.00 0. View Cart Checkout. No products in the cart. $ 423.241.1512 ... Yes, tickets may be purchased on-site at SouthState Bank, located at 50 Orvin Lance Connector, Blue Ridge, GA 30513. Recent Updates. Celebrating the Future of Our Trades: 2024 Scholarship Awards Banquet May ...

  18. Tour Information

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  19. Augusta, GA Tours

    Explore the uniqueness of Augusta, GA when you take a tour of one of our many interesting sites, including history, arts, culture, and the great outdoors. ... Performing Arts Morris Museum Of Art Augusta Sculpture Trail Public Art Free Things To Do Museums & History Mid-1800s Historic Homes African American Heritage Revolutionary War Sacred ...

  20. 2103 Millview St, Augusta, GA 30904

    The listing broker's offer of compensation is made only to participants of the MLS where the listing is filed. Zillow has 33 photos of this $315,000 2 beds, 2 baths, 1,437 Square Feet townhouse home located at 2103 Millview St, Augusta, GA 30904 built in 2024. MLS #528365.

  21. The James Brown Family Historical Tour

    CALL or RSVP ONLINE FOR YOUR TOUR TODAY 803-640-2090 A representative from the JBFHT will contact you about your request. Tour of historical places in the birthplace of The Godfather of Soul James Brown in Augusta Georgia. Includes admission to the Augusta Museum of History where the largest James Brown exhibit of memorabilia is located.

  22. Spring Ramble

    These trips attract hundreds of participants per Ramble and are offered two weekends each year (fall and spring). Recent Rambles have included Augusta, Thomasville, Macon and Newnan. For more information, contact the Trust's Special Events Department at 404-885-7812 or [email protected].

  23. Mcclean II C Plan at Brookstone at Forest Lake in Augusta, GA by Great

    Augusta, GA 30909. 703 Rill Drive Augusta, GA 30909. ... Welcome Home to beautiful Brookstone at Forest Lake!Privately tucked away in West Augusta, Georgia, home of the Masters Tournament, US Army's Cyber Center of Excellence at Fort Eisenhower, formerly known as Fort Gordon, and centrally located close to The Augusta University Medical College ...

  24. 2310 Dearborn Street, Augusta, GA 30904

    About This Home. Welcome to 2310 Dearborn Street, a charming 3-bedroom, 3-bath brick home that perfectly combines classic styles with modern comfort. This beautiful property boasts a spacious layout, featuring a cozy sunroom ideal for relaxing mornings, and a finished basement offering additional living space or potential for a home office or gym.

  25. Welcome center Job Opening in Augusta, GA at Family YMCA of Greater

    Apply for the Job in Welcome center at Augusta, GA. View the job description, responsibilities and qualifications for this position. Research salary, company info, career paths, and top skills for Welcome center