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(Editors Note: Joe Edge is the president and broker in charge of Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate Co. and listing agent for the property in this article. Joe Edge is also the publisher and real estate columnist for The Augusta Press.)

The Evans, GA facility is located just off Fury’s Ferry Road at the intersection with William Few Parkway has been placed on the market for sale. Located at 898 Weinberger Way, the facility built in the late 1990s consists of an 11,780 square foot building that includes meeting spaces and a commercial kitchen, outdoor swimming pool and kids wading pool, tennis courts, baseball/multipurpose field, a basketball court, a pond with a dock, walking trails, a playground, an outdoor pavilion, and over 25 acres of land.

Marketing Flyer: 898 Weinberger Way, Evans GA 30809

Given the unique nature of the property the sale required a unique approach. Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate Co. will be taking offers/bids on the property through May 15th at which point they will respond to all offers. The call for bids structure is unique but was successfully implemented to sell several valuable tracts of land on Mullikin Road recently.

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Given the Weinberger Way site has county sewer it makes it ideal for development of a residential subdivision or senior housing complex. Other uses could include a church location, county recreational facility, or multifamily site.

More information can be found by visiting the listing website found here

Joe Edge is the Real Estate Columnist and Publisher for The Augusta Press. Reach him at [email protected]

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  1. I have absolutely no problem with Joe Edge, the publisher of The Augusta Press, posting this story. The following is at the top of the page. Seems ethical to me.
    (Editors Note: Joe Edge is the president and broker in charge of Sherman & Hemstreet Real Estate Co. and listing agent for the property in this article. Joe Edge is also the publisher and real estate columnist for The Augusta Press.)

  2. News or not, clarification is needed. The community center is described as being “located just off Fury’s Ferry Road at the intersection with William Few Parkway.” William Few Parkway concludes at the intersection with Hardy McManus Road. It is Hardy McManus that intersects with Fury’s Ferry Road.

    • Thank you for the question. the info can be found at this link if that helps. Real estate descriptions often list the closest notable intersection as this one does. Very few people know where Weinberger Way is and would be confused on the location without the general description of near corner of William Few and Fury’s Ferry. I hope that helps.

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      • The GIS insert will likely be more beneficial to potential buyers than the description provided in the article. It allows folks to see the exact location. Those of us who know this area are left wondering why the community center was described in this manner when there are other notable reference points. For instance, the North BelAir Road intersection of Fury’s Ferry Road, or Riverside Middle School, or even the intersection of Fury’s Ferry and Hardy McManus Roads.

  3. Even your picture shows it is “Hardy-McManus Road” not William Few Parkway, and Three J Road which they are now calling “Weinberger Way” adjoining Fury’s Ferry Road. Don’t try to turn a Pig into a Purse with your educated life long Metro Augusta citizens, you will lose over and over again.

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