Beautiful and charming, Hiram, GA is a friendly, family-oriented community.
The quaint little town of Hiram was established in 1891 as a cotton town and named after Hiram Baggett, the first postmaster for the area. Located in Paulding County, it is only three square miles in size. Hiram has the best of both worlds; the traditional little town that many endeavor to maintain and the growing commercial area that serves as a magnet for many.
In Hiram you’ll typically find affordable homes with smaller lots than those in Dallas, a main drag filled with big box retailers and great restaurants plus you will be minutes from 1-20 and the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Hiram sits on two major highways and allows travelers to easily commute to and from neighboring cities and counties.
Residents of Hiram rave about the Silver Comet Trail, a quiet, non-motorized, paved trail for walkers, hikers, bicyclists, rollerbladers, horses and dog walkers. Hiram has two nice trailhead entrances for easy access to this scenic pathway and weekends you can find families, pets, athletes and in between enjoying the beauty of this amazing walkway.
Click here for more info about the city of Hiram: http://www.cityofhiramga.gov/
While it’s close enough to the city for commuters, Hiram still offers a quiet, serene atmosphere with a laid back, “country meets suburbia” vibe. Often described by locals as being peaceful, welcoming, and family-oriented, Hiram is known for its close-knit community and friendly residents.
“Hiram, a nice blend of old and new”. David D
“Best shopping you can find and wow! So many restaurants to choose from!” Susan T
“Great place to live if you travel a lot and need to go to the airport….traffic moves and even in rush hour I’m still just minutes away.” April L
Additional info for Hiram;
Zip code is 30141
Click here for school info http://www.paulding.k12.ga.us/
Median home price is $125,300
Population is approx. 4000; median age is 36
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