The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Terrell County, GA

#1. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Terrell County, GA

ZIP Code 39885, GA

Population: 84 Median Age: 36 College-Educated: 25% Family-Households: 59% Median Household Income: $39,167 Average Commute (mi.): 19 Lived Here Last Year: 83% Median Home Value: $125,000 Median Monthly Rent: $725 Renter-Occupied: 19%

#2. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Terrell County, GA

ZIP Code 39826, GA

Population: 437 Median Age: 51 College-Educated: 8% Family-Households: 57% Median Household Income: $38,295 Average Commute (mi.): 27 Lived Here Last Year: 93% Median Home Value: $110,200 Median Monthly Rent: $425 Renter-Occupied: 29%

#3. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Terrell County, GA

ZIP Code 39842, GA

Population: 7,770 Median Age: 39 College-Educated: 11% Family-Households: 71% Median Household Income: $33,688 Average Commute (mi.): 26 Lived Here Last Year: 88% Median Home Value: $88,900 Median Monthly Rent: $405 Renter-Occupied: 39%

#4. The Most Expensive ZIP Codes in Terrell County, GA

ZIP Code 39877, GA

Population: 337 Median Age: 64 College-Educated: 18% Family-Households: 48% Median Household Income: $32,750 Average Commute (mi.): 21 Lived Here Last Year: 88% Median Home Value: $68,700 Median Monthly Rent: $375 Renter-Occupied: 12%

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