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Pike County

Pike County, Georgia was established on December 9, 1822. It is Georgia's 57th county. Originally formed from part of Monroe County, it now includes the townships of Concord, Hilltop, Meansville, Molena, Williamson, and Zebulon, the county seat.

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Average Price $355K
Lowest Price $25K
Highest Price $3.1M
Total Listings 149
Avg. Days On Market 147
Avg. Price/SQFT $163

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Pike County Information

Pike County is located in the west-central part of Georgia. It includes 218.4 square miles, and is bordered by Spalding, Butts, Lamar, Upson and Meriwether counties. Pike County lies approximately 50 miles south of downtown Atlanta and approximately 50 miles northwest of Macon. The 2010 Census estimates Pike County as having a population of approximately 17,869. Pike County is one of the 28 counties that are included in the Atlanta Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA).

Pike is now one of the most sought-after counties south west of Atlanta. New construction is bustling on the flowing acreage that once was meadowlands. First time buyers are literally warring over property when they come to the market. The primary industries in Pike County include agriculture and forestry, although a 148-acre business park on highway 19 in Zebulon was established in the year 2000 to accommodate the growth of other industries as well. The Pike County School District has a Pre-K building, two elementary schools, one middle school, a ninth-grade academy and two high schools. Zebulon High School ranks in the bottom 1% of Georgia schools according to the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achievement.