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NEW HOMES IN CALHOUN
Get ready to fall in love with your brand-new Ryan home in Calhoun, GA, one of the southeast's most beautiful home towns. This welcoming enclave is steeped in history and adventure, and its natural spaces are simply breathtaking. Conveniently located in Gordon County, between Atlanta and Chattanooga, it offers easy access to plentiful dining choices, entertainment, shopping and more. Nature lovers will feel instantly at home while paddling the rivers and lakes, or hiking and biking the scenic trails. For those new homebuyers who plan to relocate to Georgia, Calhoun is the ideal choice. Learn more about Ryan Homes, and find the one that's right for you.
The city of Calhoun, Georgia, is the County seat of Gordon County. Here, you'll find a friendly small town atmosphere with award-winning athletic and educational programs, as well as a host of exciting activities for residents and visitors alike. Conveniently located just off I-75, Calhoun is only one hour north of Atlanta, GA, and just forty-five minutes south of Chattanooga, TN, making it an ideal home base for day trips, weekend getaways, or far off destinations leaving from the nearby airports. As a National Main Street City, Calhoun residents get to enjoy outings like a free summer concert series at BB&T City Park, annual festivals in the spring and fall, and holiday traditions like the Fourth of July Fireworks and Christmas parade. The ROCK Garden is a volunteer-built folk art destination with more than 50 miniature buildings crafted from tiny stones, pebbles, shells and odd pieces, creating an unforgettable experience for families and children of all ages. Other highlights of Calhoun include Fields Ferry Golf Club, Payne Farm & Produce, and Sunrise Planetarium & Museum. No matter your interest, you'll find so much to love, and it will all be just moments from the front door of your brand-new Ryan home.
The city of Calhoun is also known as The Land of The Cherokee. Stepping foot into Calhoun is like stepping back 150 years to the Battle of Resaca. At the New Echota Historic Site, you can learn about this former capital of the Cherokee Nation and home to the first Cherokee newspaper, The Phoenix. Here, visitors can see original and reconstructed buildings from the area that bore the Treaty of New Echota. Other popular points of interest include the Roland Hayes Museum at the Harris Arts Center and the Gordon County Historical Society, which contains various items from the Civil War. There are incredible stories to be found around every corner of Calhoun. Learn about our brand-new Ryan homes for sale in Gordon County, GA, and start writing your next story today.