Danielsville, GA Real Estate - Madison County

If you’re looking for the flavor of the country but still want the convenience of the city, come to Northeast Georgia’s Madison County. You’ll find warm, inviting communities.  You’ll find progressive government, business and education. You’ll find birthplaces and histories of people who were instrumental in shaping our culture and world today. And best of all,
…….. maybe you’ll find home.

Madison County, the 38th county formed in Georgia, was created in 1811 from parts of Clarke, Elbert, Franklin, Jackson and Oglethorpe counties. It was named for President James Madison.  The county has six municipalities, with Danielsville serving as the county seat. The other communities are Carlton, Colbert, Comer, Hull and Ila. No municipality in Madison County has a population over 1,000.

Crawford W. Long, the first doctor to use ether in surgery, was born in Danielsville in 1815.  Madison and Oglethorpe counties share Watson Mill Bridge State Park the site of the longest covered bridge in Georgia. The bridge, which is over 100 years old, spans 229 feet of the South Fork of the Broad River. There are also facilities for camping, hiking trails, picnicking and fishing in the park.

The Madison County Georgia Courthouse, one of the most ornate in Georgia, was built in 1901 for the sum of $18,314. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. New Hope Presbyterian Church, established in 1788, is the third oldest church in Georgia.

Need more information on Madison County Ga homes for sale?
Search the current Madison County Ga real estate listings here and allow me to assist you in finding the home that is right for you. This site is updated daily so you get accurate information on ALL the homes available. Find a home you like? Call me direct at 706.424.0999 or email me at Bruce@HendleyHomes.com.
I look forward to assisting you.

Bruce Hendley Contact