About Charlton, GA

Charlton County was created by the Georgia General Assembly on February 18, 1854.  It was originally part of Camden County.  The county is 782 square miles, of which 1.1% is water.  The majority of the land is part of the Okefenokee Swamp and National Wildlife Refuge.  Over 12,000 Georgians call Charlton County home.

If you are considering buying a home, you can check out the latest version of our Home Buyer’s Guide. Updated quarterly with the most recent market information, this will help you through the entire home buying process.

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If you are considering selling your home, you can check out the latest version of our Home Seller’s Guide. Updated quarterly with the most recent market information, this will give you tools for the entire home selling process.

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