Murray Company Proudly Serves
Griffin, Georgia and Surrounding Areas

Murray Company proudly Serves Griffin, Georgia and Surrounding Areas! This month, we want to share our appreciation for our agents, our community, and the surrounding areas we serve.

While Murray Company, Realtors is based out of Griffin Georgia, our amazing agents serve various Georgia counties including but not limited to Spalding, Pike, Lamar, Upson, Henry, Fayette, Coweta, Butts, and Monroe. Furthermore, our agents prioritize your needs whether you are looking to buy or sell homes, commercial and investment properties, or even land. They are experts at what they do and work hard to find perfect opportunities for you and your family!

On that note, we want to highlight the areas we serve and what we know you will love about them – whether you rent, buy, invest or just visit. Keep reading to find out more about each of the Georgia counties and what makes them special.

Spalding County
Spalding County includes Griffin, Orchard Hill, Sunny Side, Experiment, and East Griffin. It provides a diverse range of attractions, blending small-town allure with picturesque landscapes and a lively cultural scene. It boasts stunning lakes, expansive parks, and numerous historical sites. Spalding County also has a thriving antiques scene and unique days of celebration such as the Doc Holliday Festival. However, every day calls for celebration with a lively downtown area that encompasses popular local restaurants and businesses, while also often featuring art and live music. In addition, Spalding County also proudly houses the University of Georgia’s Griffin Campus and Southern Crescent Technical College. Spalding truly has something for everyone to enjoy!

Pike County
Pike County, named after the explorer Zebulon Pike, is composed of the cities of Zebulon, Concord, Meansville, Molena & Williamson. Historically, Pike County has been an active agribusiness community. Today, 96% of the farms are privately owned, and complemented by other businesses and industries, shopping centers, and more. This makes it a great place for settling down and raising a family!

Lamar County
Lamar County is composed of Barnesville, Milner, and Aldora. The county seat, Barnesville, was historically nicknamed the “Buggy Capital of the South”, with several companies in the area producing buggies. There are still festivals like “Barnesville Buggy Days Festival” that your family can visit to learn more, while enjoying arts and crafts, live music, delicious food, and more. It’s truly a place that embraces growth and development, while still maintaining small town values and special traditions. If you love history with modern comforts, you will enjoy living here!

Upson County
Upson County is made up of Thomaston, Yatesville, The Rock, Lincoln Park, Hannahs Mill, Salem, and Sunset Village. It is located in middle Georgia, with easy access to both Atlanta and Macon. Historically, Upson’s industry centered on agriculture, grist, and textile factories. Its natural land continues to be attractive, with sites like Sprewell Bluff Park for recreation. Since it is by the Flint River, it is a great place to swim, fish, kayak, canoe, and go whitewater rafting in the summer. If you love the outdoors, you will love it here! There are also lots of live events and programming, such as sightseeing tours and Christmas markets to enjoy.

Henry County
Henry County is a diverse county and encompasses the following cities: McDonough, Stockbridge, Locust Grove, Hampton, Blacksville, and Heron Bay. It was named for Patrick Henry, the Virginian famous for his “Give me liberty or give me death.” speech during the American Revolution. In addition to historical landmarks and pieces of Native American heritage, the county is full of natural beauty and sites like Panola Mountain State Park. Here, you can enjoy various recreational activities and picnic with your loved ones.

Fayette County
Fayette County includes the cities of Fayetteville, Peachtree City, Tyrone, Brooks, and Woosley. Both the County and the City of Fayetteville, which is the County seat, were named for the Marquis De LaFayette, one of General George Washington’s lieutenants in the Revolutionary War. As you will notice, a lot of the areas we serve have a rich history and natural beauty. Fayette County follows suit and does not disappoint. There are several lake-side parks and cool activities like escape games, splatter painting, and more to enjoy.

Coweta County
Coweta County includes Newnan, Senoia, Sharpsburg, Grantville, Moreland, Turin, and East Newnan. It was named for the Koweta Native Americans, who resided in several towns in and around the present-day county. Now, Coweta is home to several up and coming businesses and organizations, such as the Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA). This county is evidently a place full of rich history filled to learn about from Creek Indians tribe and the Revolutionary War to its modern-day development and booming growth!

Butts County
Butts County encompasses the cities of Jackson, Flovilla, and Jenkinsburg. This county also has a rich history you can indulge in by visiting sites like the Indian Springs Hotel and Museum. Progress milestones in Butts County include the first telephones in 1884, first waterworks in 1905, electric lights on February 19, 1907, and traffic lights in 1926. These historical sites and milestones appeal to tourists as well, as there are lots of unique shops and restaurants nearby.

Monroe County
Last but not least, Monroe County houses the cities of Forsyth, Juliette, Culloden, Bolingbroke, and Smarr. It was named for James Monroe, the fifth president of the United States. Now, many young professionals live in Monroe County, making it a great place to start and grow your career. While the industry is booming, several smaller rivers flow through this area and can be accessed and enjoyed through sites as well. Finally, there are also lots of vintage and boutique stores, as well as museums and gift shops, to explore and collect unique goodies.

Market Reports by County
Interested in keeping up with these areas and learning more about them? Visit our website www.murraycompanyrealtors.com where you can subscribe to market reports and view current listings for certain counties. You can also follow our social media profiles on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, where we share key highlights from these market reports, alongside other current trends by county.