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            Under the motto “The City of Royal Treatment,” the city of Kingsland is inviting you to join its friendly community. Kingsland is located in Camden County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. Kingsland’s history began in 1788 when the King family settled in the area. The city was named after the first family that arrived and started the development of the settlement that nowadays is Kingsland. The settlement was incorporated as a city in 1908.

            The major access routes are represented by Interstate 95 and U.S. Route 17. Both of these highways are crossing the town from north to south. The population of Kingsland has experienced healthy growth, especially in the recent years. In 1910, there were only 190 people. After 50 years, there were counted more than 1,500 inhabitants. Based on the last census, in 2010, the population reached the number of almost 16,000 residents. Due to this growth, Kingsland is one of the largest communities in the county.

            Education is served by two private schools, nine elementary schools, two middle schools, Camden County High School, and College of Coastal Georgia.

            The major attractions provided by the community of Kingsland include Okefenokee Swamp, Cumberland Island National Seashore, Laurel Island Links Golf Course, Beau’s Barnyard Zoo, Calming Waters Spa, and Kingsland Commercial Historic District. As you can see, the city of Kingsland provides recreational opportunities for nature lovers, for those who are interested in history or for those who want to enjoy their free time together with their families. There is also an annual event that is held on the weekend of Labor Day in Kingsland, known as the Catfish Festival. For those who need accommodations, there are several opportunities such as Best Western Plus Kingsland, Magnolia Inn Kingsland, Hampton Inn Kingsland, Fairfield Inn & Suites Kingsland, and many other lodging spaces.

            If you want to enjoy our city that is rich in history, or to benefit from the natural wonders and wonderful attractions, then you should think about joining our community. The city of Kingsland is looking to extend its size and build more than 40,000 homes. Maybe you will choose to become one of those who will need a house in Kingsland. Because we know that looking for a new house represents a difficult task, we would like to help you and in order to do that we recommend for you NewHomeSource. This is the best partner when you want to live in the home of your dreams. Do not hesitate to contact NewHomeSource!

            Market Overview: New Homes in Kingsland, FL

            Here is a quick overview of new housing developments in Kingsland and the new construction market for new build homes in Kingsland:

            Metro AreaJacksonville & St. Augustine
            Homes Ready Now150
            Starting Price$233,990
            Average Price$389,623
            Price Per Square Foot$149
            Home Builders11
            Builders in Kingsland
            • Smith Family Homes
            • Landmark 24 Homes
            Customizable Options in Kingsland
            Floor Plans Available163
            Bedroom Count2 to 6
            Bathroom Count2 to 4
            Square Footage Range1,128 to 5,449 sq/ft.