Guide to Living in Midway, GaBy Teresa Cowart in Blog,Georgia Area Guides,Savannah Area. Tagged: Georgia • Georgia Living Guide • Midway • Relocation • Teresa Cowart
Whether you’re looking for a quiet, family-oriented community like Richmond Hill or the sophistication and flair of big city life like Savannah, there are countless reasons why people choose to call the beautiful state of Georgia home!
Before you can decide which area you want to live in, you need to know everything you can about the different cities and neighborhoods you have to choose from in Georgia. This article will serve as your guide to living in Midway, Ga.
LIVING IN MIDWAY, GA
Georgia’s best kept secret is ready for occupancy! Midway, which is a part of the Hinesville-Fort Stewart metropolitan area and situated near Savannah, Brunswick, is quickly turning into the “it” place to live within the Liberty County area.
The properties offered on the Midway real estate market offer bounties from the sea and the allure of tranquility amidst a city rich in history and wildlife treasures. Properties vary from an assorted design and sizes of single family homes with spacious lots, island lots and marsh front vacant lots with a breathtaking view of Midway’s wetlands.
The 1,100+ residents of this growing seaside town have their eyes towards the future. Midway’s future is certainly bright, as this city is currently remodeling itself into a major industrial park complex which consists of several manufacturing facilities. Midway’s education system is part of the strong Liberty County School District with 9 public schools from kindergarten to high school.
The natural rustic allure of the surrounding wetlands and captivating waters of its nearby islands, gives this city the rustic atmosphere for those who wishes to get away from the complexities of big city life.
Midway offers both historical and ecological tourism. History buffs are treated to a rich history via the Midway Congregational Church and Cemetery, The Midway Gallery, Fort Morris & Sunbury Cemetery, Seabrook Village and The Dorchester Academy. But the best selling point for this city on the move is the gift of nature. For the unspoiled natural beauty of Midway’s acres and acres of marshland that is simply awesome, check out the Cay Creek Wetlands Interpretive Center and Melon Bluff nature and heritage preserve. Head over to the LeConte-Woodmanston Botanical Gardens to check out the endemic plant life.
All these nature inspired community centers proudly displays the magnificent coast line of Georgia State. There are also hiking trails showcasing either the historical, natural or ecological attractions of Midway. It’s a developing city which invites future residents to experience the beauty and simplicity of nature.
Be one with nature, be aware of your history and be part of a growing community that is Midway!
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