The CSRA is mostly a car-dependent city; as a result, the demand for walkable neighborhoods has increased over the years. As the population of Augusta is expecting to grow, the idea of finding walkable areas is becoming more desirable. If you are considering moving to the Augusta area and the idea of walking to shops, restaurants, and events is preferable, then read on! Below are just a few walkable neighborhoods in the Augusta area where you will find homes in all price ranges.
Made up of historic homes, apartments, and art, downtown Augusta is our most walkable area. Local businesses, gift shops, and restaurants line Broad and Greene Street, and most shopping and events are easily accessible by foot. Once more, public transportation is also easily accessible. With so many options, it’s no surprise that Downtown Augusta is a favorite walkable neighborhood.
Hammonds Ferry is a picturesque neighborhood with beautifully crafted homes in the charming city of North Augusta - and it’s walkable! Hammonds Ferry has it all: a park, a pond, trails and greenways, and lots of dining options. In the mood for a fun evening of baseball? You’re in luck! The SRP stadium is just a short walk from the neighborhood, so you won’t have to fight for parking. Go Greenjackets!
National Hills sits off of bustling Washington Road and right across from the Augusta National Golf Club. Master’s Week is an annual affair and a favorite Spring event for Augustans. Residents at National Hills are within walking distance to the Golf Course and a wide selection of shopping and restaurants.
Bedford (National Hills neighbor) offers nature experiences. Residents enjoy shopping at the Bedford Greenhouse, cheering on a team at one of the recreation parks, kayaking at Lake Olmstead, or hiking the trails along the canal.
If you are ready to search for your perfect home in one of these walkable neighborhoods or other subdivisions in the CSRA, contact us today. Let us help you find your dream home!