In the middle of Georgia, there is the small city of Warner Robins. Warner Robins is a military town with a population of about 75,000. It is known as the “International City of Georgia” for all of the various ethnic foods and restaurants in the area. It is one of Georgia’s fastest growing cities, and it’s not hard to figure out why. Warner Robins has great food, great shopping, and is ideally located just 150 miles from both the beach and the mountains. The town is the culmination of southern charm and a big city atmosphere.
Warner Robins is a city proud of its military heritage. The town motto is “Every Day in Middle Georgia is Armed Forces Appreciation Day”. The town is home to one of the best Air Museums in the nation, the Museum of Aviation. In 1941 the U.S. Air Force established a military depot in the area that grew to become the Robins Air Force Base. This air force base is the largest single employer in Georgia. It covers 6400 acres and is a great economic boost to central Georgia.
The progressive city of Warner Robins has a reputation for outstanding schools and one of the most outstanding recreational programs in the Southeast. The city is the Southeast Region Headquarters of Little League Baseball and Softball. Warner Robins also has an amazing cultural presence. There are several local theaters that put on productions year round, as well as an art gallery that displays the works of various local artists. Finally, the area is known for its international cuisines and great shopping centers.
Warner Robins has been named “Best place to raise a family in Georgia” twice. The costs of housing and living are below the national average, making it a very affordable place to build your home. There are plenty of public parks and outdoor activities for residents to enjoy and convenient proximity to various locations for a weekend excursion.
Building a custom home in Warner Robins gives you a charming and successful town to call home. Additionally, it gives the home builders the opportunity to construct a home in a central area with desirable proximity to beaches, mountains, Atlanta (90 miles), Macon (15 miles), and more.