The median home value in Georgetown, FL is $115,000.
the county median home value of $129,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Georgetown, FL is $115,000.
Approximately 62% of Georgetown homes are owned,
compared to 13% rented, while
25% are vacant.
Georgetown real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Stunning 2BR/1BA historic house (remodeled 2007) with partial view of Lake George, Florida's 2nd largest lake. Georgetown Marina is only 430 feet from house, and sale includes kayak. Elegantly restored, house features vaulted ceiling over dining and kitchen area, 18'' tile throughout, 2 bedrooms, armoires, deep bathtub and pedestal bathroom sink, front porch with rockers, 150 feet deep corner lot yard (owner purchased two lots and merged them together for large corner lot yard), towering oaks, maples, pines, palms and outdoor dining. Recent Updates include: 2018 NEW septic system, 2019 NEW well pump, 2020 NEW electric panel and breakers, 2021 NEW stacked washer/dryer and 2022 NEW garbage disposal. House appraised for $180k in August 2022. Was a very successful short-term rental. see more.
70 Ft. on Lake George in Georgetown FL! This lake home has great potential to be a spectacular home with views of the lake and majestic landscaping. Oversize deck overlooking the views of the lake. Home needs some repairs and is being sold as-is. Newer a/c, large carport, oversized bonus room. Most furnishings to stay. Lake George is the second largest lake in Florida, after Lake Okeechobee. Several secluded spots are available along the shoreline where you can anchor your boat. You can spend the night on your boat deck watching the stars and listening to the wildlife, or you can go ashore and set up a camping area. You can observe many species of wildlife from the deck of the boat or the deck of your campsite no matter which way you choose to look. During the summer months, the lake offers a variety of opportunities for swimming along the shallow shorelines. Lake GeorgeFlorida boat rentals are pretty affordable for visitors. The lake's shallow waters provide a great play and splash area on a camping adventure, which is perfect for anyone. Due to the shallow water, space is also a good place for those who want to relax and swim..
One or more photo(s) has been virtually staged. Step back to a simpler time for respite at The Landing along the St. Johns River shoreline; a stone's throw from Lake George. This 4+ acre estate, dating back to the mid-1800s, offers many luxuries of the current era, while preserving its history. The above floodplain buildings consist of a home with over 4,000sqft of airconditioned living space, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, parlor, formal dining room, flex room, 2 kitchens, loft, and museum, almost 1,000sqft of covered porches, another 300sqft of deck, a 6-car garage with 3 carport spaces and full loft area, a 1,024sqft carpeted & insulated warehouse/workshop, a 32'x24' carport, 24'x20' pole barn with headroom to park a Class C RV, and 400sqft insulated tack room/double stall area. In addition, there is abundant outdoor space for relaxing, playing, and entertaining: cleared land in front and back, beautiful trees and shrubbery along the property border. A long wooden walkway leading to the extended dock with covered boathouse invites you to enjoy the sunsets beyond Drayton Island and bass fishing on the river. There is even a wheelchair accessible platform with antique anchors to gaze at the spring-fed pond and watch the sunrise.Enter the front of this house from the covered porch on the river side to find the original cabin, found in the center of the house, with a kitchen and dining room, referred to as the Keeping Room. To the right, is what's believed to be the late 1800s 2 story addition. On the main level is a parlor or sitting room, with fireplace, antique furniture, and a pass-through door to a bedroom. Down the hallway is under-staircase storage and a handicap accessible bathroom with roll/walk-in shower (also a great spot to wash the dog) connected to indoor utility room with washer and dryer.Heading up the original, refurbished wooden staircase you will find an upstairs bathroom, 2 large bedrooms, and a porch with hanging basket seats to enjoy bug-free views of the grass field, trees, St. Johns River, and wildlife. Back inside, and on the way to the 1980s loft addition, is the Museum, found in the attic of the original cabin, and housing artifacts and time-cherished relics of the property collected over the decades. The next door opens into the large, finished loft space with practical spaces for playing, sleeping, and entertaining, as well as a large bedroom with windows inviting you to watch the sunrise over the pond.Back on the main floor, in the 1980s addition is a 24'x16' living room, commonly referred to as the River Room, as it has oversized windows and portholes facing the St. Johns River. This oversized living space features antiques from steamboats and rowboats that were the main means of transportation in the 19th century and early 1900s. The next room is used as a formal dining room. There is another full bathroom around the corner. Then, through a doorway is the apartment, which makes this a great intergenerational home, in-law suite, or rental possibility. With a private entrance through a screened porch and sitting room, there is a second kitchen, full bathroom, and large bedroom- 26'x23', with plenty of space for an office, additional living room, or 8 beds.The Landing estate is truly one of a kind, and ready for the next owner to carry on its history, while adding their personal touches. Sold AS-IS using CASH or possible owner financing with 30% down. Shown by appointment only. Occupied and video/audio surveillance may be present.