Whether you’re interested in a spacious family home, an estate ideal for entertaining, a smaller bungalow for two, or something in between, the Thomas County area has it all. Through careful planning, there is an impressive blend of housing from basic, modest neighborhoods to sophisticated, upscale subdivisions.
Are you looking for a vibrant, close-knit community with a safe environment and outstanding business and educational resources? Do you want to live in an area that maintains the ambiance of a small town while offering big-city amenities? Welcome to Thomasville and Thomas County!
Retirees and professionals often gravitate toward the condominiums and planned communities, offering low maintenance and a carefree lifestyle. For those wanting space, plantations or large tracts for farming and country living, you will find yourself drawn to these rich red hills.
Thomasville embraces its Victorian heritage in historic neighborhoods with tree-lined streets. In harmony with the area’s natural beauty, you can find turn-of-the-century homes, which epitomize the space and charm of Southern living and invite you to ‘step back in time.’ Continuous restoration projects show the commitment of the community to preserve the past for future generations to enjoy.
Thomasville and Thomas County has experienced an active real estate market for the past decade with a healthy appreciation in residential markets. The commercial market also continues to lure new businesses and industries that usually follow rooftops.
“Thomas County makes up 29 percent of the population in a five county area. However, Thomas County accounts for over 50 percent of the retail sales. As a result, businesses look at Thomasville as a regional destination. Several major corridors are exploding with new growth – including hotels, retail establishments and restaurants.”
Don Sims, President
Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce
Through careful planning, Thomasville and Thomas County’s growth continues in harmony with efforts to preserve the area’s beauty and natural resources. From every direction, Thomasville remains worth the trip for a day or for a lifetime.