Glynn County, GA


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Glynn County, GA

About Glynn County, GA

Glynn County of Georgia is spread out across an area approximately 614 square miles with a population estimated at more than 81 thousand people located south east region “Peach State” provides fabulous atmosphere mix modern amenities ancient folk traditions numerous sightseeing spots include historic buildings beautiful beaches mountain view exceptional outdoor recreational opportunities top it off among best rated golf courses United States add extra charm stay moment relaxing soak sun's warm rays when day done pick one gourmet restaurants avail best cuisines grab bite sure sounds like get away hustle bustle busy city life such much needed break what this charming county has in store for you ranging from fishing boat rentals camping sites to shopping areas art galleries historical monuments rest assured visit here definitely fill your heart contentment. Historic port and resort town - Southeast Georgia, along the Atlantic Coast.

State: Georgia
County: Glynn County
Metro Area: No Metro Area
City: St. Simons, Brunswick, 7 total
Zip Codes: 31525 31520 31522 31523 31527 31561 31524
Cost of Living:
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 10 ft above sea level

Brunswick, a historic port town located half way between Savannah and Jacksonville, Florida, serves as a gateway to the “Golden Isles” – the resort islands of Jekyll and St. Simons. Brunswick itself is quaint and full of historic interest, but also functions as a major port of entry for automobiles and other commodities, and has a substantial fishing and shrimp industry and some remnants of a once-larger chemical industry. But the big “growth” industry is leisure and retirement. The islands, which have been recognized leisure destinations for over 100 years, offer a wide assortment of leisure and resort activities and living accommodations.

The Cost of living Index and median home prices are moderate but the latter have grown rapidly, no doubt affected by the influx of retirees and expensive estates on Jekyll Island and elsewhere. Coastal areas offer excellent recreation, including boating, golf and other resort activities. Bigger city services are 50 miles away in Savannah to the north and Jacksonville, Florida, to the south.

Brunswick is located on a narrow coastal peninsula just east of I-95 along the Intercoastal Waterway. Jekyll and St Simons Islands, both easily accessible by bridges, lie just east. The terrain is generally level and typical of coastal areas. While the Atlantic moderates the subtropical climate year round, summers can be very hot and humid when sea breezes fail. Winters are generally pleasant with perhaps one or two colder periods each year. The area is vulnerable to tropical storms and hurricanes, but most Atlantic storms moving this far north tend to turn farther north into the Carolinas and further up the East Coast.

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glynn Cost of Living
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Nearby coastal areas, attractive downtown, and recreation make glynn a great place to live.

$313,600
-7.8% lower than avg
$60,775
-13.6% lower than avg
$793 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-44.8% lower than avg
glynn Crime
79.6 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in glynn, Georgia
$60,120
for a family
$32,800
for a single person
Pros & Cons of glynn
   Nearby coastal areas
Summer heat
   Attractive downtown
High crime rates
   Recreation
Rising housing costs
Cost of Living