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Let us help you enjoy northeast Georgia to the fullest!
The Mountains Are Calling
Headwaters Realty is proud to serve the scenic mountain towns of Clarkesville, Clayton, Lake Rabun, Helen, Cleveland, Sautee Nacoochee, Cornelia, and Hiawassee. If you’re looking to relocate to an area that’s as scenic as it is welcoming, you’re going to love our beautiful North Georgia Mountain Home. When you’re here, it seems as if you’ve been transported back to a simpler time, when neighbors knew each other, kids played outside until the streetlights came on, and community was the central hub of our lives.
Arts and Music
All of our small towns are frosted with scenic charm that draws artists, writers, musicians, travelers, retirees, and families in search of “the good life.” Here, you’ll find a wealth of local artists and craftspeople who share their talents with the general public through intriguing galleries and shops. Our northeast Georgia pottery tradition goes back generations and is known throughout the world, as is our thriving bluegrass and mountain music scene.
Georgia’s Wine Country
Headwaters Realty is smack in the middle of Georgia’s wine country. Enjoy a day of tastings at our many local wineries, taking one scenic road after another as you continue your tour. Wine made from locally grown muscadines is a local delicacy – make sure you sample it!
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We take full advantage of our precious outdoor resources with ample opportunities for hiking, biking, river fishing, horseback riding, camping, hunting, and more. And of course, with our temperate climate, you’ll love our year-long festival season!
For a real step back in time, you’ll love to stroll through the many Antebellum homes that still stand today, as northeast Georgia was mostly spared from the destruction of the Civil War. Prehistoric Native American ruins also dot our area, and the legends and folklore of the mountains still captivate audiences young and old.