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Franklin Branch Overlook

Tradition SeriesSM|From $422,300

150 Yaun Road, NORTH AUGUSTA, SC 29841

4 - 5 bed| 3 - 4 bath | 2 garage

1.5 - 2 story | From 2,567 sq ft

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About our community

SOLD OUT!! 2 acre sites available! Searching for an estate-style home with side entry garage on a larger site with room to roam? Franklin Branch Overlook in North Augusta offers up to 5 bedrooms, hardwood floors, granite countertops, 42-inch cabinetry and plans with 3 car garages. Nestled just off Ascauga Lake Road, this exceptional community is convenient to both I-520 and I-20. Get the space you need with the features you want most. Less than 30 opportunities are available!

Community amenities

  • HOA
  • 2+ Acre Lots
  • 20 minutes to Aiken, SC
  • 20 minutes Augusta, GA

Schools

Belvedere Elementary
Public | PK-5 3.5 mi.

North Augusta Middle
Public | 6-8 5.5 mi.

North Augusta High
Public | 9-12 5 mi.

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Area Information

Find Your New Home in North Augusta, SC

Overview
North Augusta is a city in Aiken and Edgefield counties in South Carolina on the north bank of the Savannah River. The population was 21,348 at the 2010 census. The city is included in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) and is part of the Augusta, Georgia, metropolitan area.

Trivia
In the early 20th century North Augusta was a popular vacation spot for northerners due to its railroad connections and appealing climate.

Things To Do
SRP Park. Surrounded by shops and a gorgeous view of the river, it was voted the best minor league ballpark in 2018. Home of the GreenJackets, a Minor League Baseball team playing in the Low-A East, the SRP Park can seat 4,782 fans.

Riverview Park Activities Center. Located along the Savannah River, it is the host site for Nike's annual premier summer events, the Nike Peach Jam and the Nike Nationals. The nation's top high school basketball prospects and college coaches gather in North Augusta each year for the tournaments.

North Augusta Greeneway Trail. Known to most citizens as "The Greeneway", this 7+ mile paved recreational trail follows an abandoned railroad right of way purchased by the city. It includes a pedestrian bridge, follows Crystal Creek through the woods to the Savannah River, meanders along the riverbank and connects with the roundabout and sidewalk at Riverside Boulevard.

Brick Pond Park. This forty-acre restored wetland and wildlife habitat is part of the North Augusta Greeneway Trail located in the heart of the City of North Augusta along the Savannah River front. Travel through shaded forested wetlands, along open sunny paths, or stop to relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of the varied wildlife.

North Augusta Bark Park.  Dogs will love that this park is mostly shaded and offers a fenced section in addition to green space, water station and a sitting area for humans.

Riverwalk Augusta. This city park is situated along the Savannah River in downtown Augusta and features a brick lined walkway providing a magnificent view. Explore the Japanese Gardens and Heroes' Overlook memorial. Riverwalk also hosts events such as weekend markets and the Candlelight Jazz Series. Plus, the Jessye Norman Amphitheater, an 1,800 seat venue, is located at the end of the 9th Street Plaza.

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