2020 Warren County Government Home Loan Limits
FHA Loan Limit $331,760 (Single family residence) / $424,800 (Duplex) / $513,450 (Triplex) / $638,100 (Fourplex)
USDA Loan Limit $251,862
VA Home Loan Limit $0 down up to $3,000,000 / 2 open VA loans at one time $510,400 *(Call 888-573-4496 for details).
Warren County is situated in an excellent part of Georgia. Interstate 20 travels through the northern portion of the county which leads east toward Augusta and west toward Atlanta. Augusta is less than an hour away in drive time while Atlanta is approximately an hour-and-a-half away. Athens is also within a short drive (approximately an hour).
Warren County has a population of just 5,900 and is one of the original territories in Georgia as it was created in 1793. It was named after General Joseph Warren who perished in the Battle of Bunker Hill. The total land size of Warren County is 287 square miles and the county seat is Warrenton.
The county is adjacent to six other territories in Georgia, including Wilkes County and Taliaferro County, which are both located to the north. Meanwhile, Jefferson County, Glascock County, and Hancock County exist to the south. McDuffie County is based east of Warren. The small, rural county of Warren has the luxury of Interstate 20 venturing east and west through the region. The county also supports a portion of U.S. Route 278 and its Bypass Route. Several other state routes traverse through its boundaries.
Warrenton is the largest community in Warren County with a population of just over 2,000 people. Norwood (population 300) and Camak (population 165) are two other extremely tiny communities in Warren. The unincorporated areas include Mesena and Jewell.
Warrenton was created four years after the establishment of the county. Warrenton has only been a town since 1810 and city since 1908. The County School District operates its school system in Warrenton. It includes Freeman Elementary School, the County Middle School, and the County High School. The district employs around 70 full-time teachers, and supports classrooms for close to 900 students.
In terms of the outdoors, Warren County is in close proximity to Oconee National Forest and the Savannah River. Oconee National Forest is part of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest system in Georgia. The combined territory of the two public spaces is well over 866,000 acres. Oconee National Forest features 116,230 acres of land and is accessible from Warren County by venturing west toward Greensboro.
Lake Oconee also travels south from the public space and is another popular area attraction for locals of Warren County. The entire Oconee National Forest area is known for having a large gathering wildlife. In addition to several noteworthy species of birds and fish, Oconee National Forest also contains deer, beavers, otters, bobcats, coyotes, shrews, and black bears. The blue ghost firefly is also a sight to behold in Oconee National Forest. Fishing, camping, boating, hiking, and picnicking are all popular in the area.
Sports-lovers appreciate that Atlanta, Athens, and Augusta are all within a short driving distance. Athens is home to the University of Georgia which has a very successful college football program. The Bulldogs home games are played at Sanford Stadium, which is the 11th largest football stadium in the United States and seats close to 96,000 people. It is often considered one of the most beautiful stadiums in the nation. Furthermore, The Masters tournament is held each year in Augusta, Georgia, which is also within a short drive from Warren.
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