Quitman is a city in Brooks County, Georgia. The city is the county seat of Brooks County. The Quitman Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Quitman was the final home of James Pierpont, author of "Jingle Bells. " He was organist for the First Presbyterian Church. A local Quitman ordinance prohibits chickens from crossing the road. It is called the "Camellia City" as the tree grows in profusion around the area.
Quitman is home to a wide variety of trees and plants, which allow you to enjoy the beauty of nature in the spring, summer, and fall.
In Quitman, home prices noticeably dropped 8.9 percent last year to reach $141,167 from a previous $154,983. At the same time, inventory decreased slightly year-over-year in this vicinity by 7.5 percent, reaching a total of 37 homes on the market in this year. The generous storage space offered by the walk-in closets in the homes around here is ideal for couples and families who want to stay organized. Many properties in Quitman have bathrooms with garden tubs so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the ambiance that has already been created for you. Several homes in this city enjoy the sleek look of kitchens fitted with modern stainless steel appliances.