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ALPHARETTA

Founded in 1858 with humble beginnings as a pioneer trading post, the city of Alpharetta has evolved into a thriving suburban business and residential area. With a name derived from the Greek words for first (alpha) and town (retta), Alpharetta is located off GA400 in north Fulton County bordered roughly by the city of Roswell to the south and west, the town of Milton and Forsyth County to the north and the city of John’s Creek to the east. In addition to offering a wide array of swim/tennis subdivisions, townhome communities, and charming older neighborhoods, residents and visitors flock to the area to enjoy popular attractions including the revitalized downtown business and entertainment district, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre and the new mixed-use Avalon development.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $487,405 (2018)

ATLANTA

Atlanta is comprised of multiple neighborhoods. Buckhead, Brookhaven and Vinings are just three of Buckhead’s historic and iconic neighborhoods. World-class restaurants, festive nightlife, professional sports teams and an abundance of attractions and events help make Atlanta the center for entertainment in the South. For more information, visit www.atlanta.net.

BALL GROUND

Ball Ground is a growing community of nearly 1,500 residents located north of the City of Canton at exit 27 on I-575. Two and one-half miles to the east of the town, near the confluence of Long-Swamp Creek and the Etowah River, is the traditional site of ‘Taliwa’, the most decisive battle of the war between Cherokee and Creek Indians in the 1700s. According to Cherokee history, the conflict over territory was determined by a stickball game here. Before the railroad came through in 1882, the community was almost purely agricultural, consisting of two country stores and a few dwellings. After the railroad, the town grew as a result of the marble-working industry. SOURCE: https://www.exploregeorgia.org/city/ball-ground

CANTON

Canton is a city in and the county seat of Cherokee County, Georgia, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 22,958 Many projects are underway in the city including new construction, renovation, and revitalization. Canton has received millions of dollars in grants for park and sidewalk improvements in the city. The city’s public buses have established routes and carry thousands of passengers throughout the city from residential areas to downtown, shopping areas, the medical district, and job sites.

Streets in the downtown area were recently improved, by the removal of parking spaces, as part of the “Streetscapes” program, bringing brick pavers to sidewalks, lamp posts, lush landscaping and intersection upgrades.

CUMMING

From a pristine lake to mountain peaks, you can find adventure at every altitude in nature-loving Cumming, Georgia. The city is located north of Atlanta on GA 400’s Hospitality Highway. Cumming has a wide selection of lifestyle neighborhoods including the mixed use, Live, Work and Play Neighborhood called Vickery. Vickery residents enjoy a variety of amenities right at their doorstep. Plus, the dining, shops and services of Vickery Village are just steps away.

https://www.exploregeorgia.org/city/cumming

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $369,783 (2018)

JOHNS CREEK

Located in the north-eastern part of Fulton County, Johns Creek offers an idyllic suburban setting for its nearly 80,000 residents with over 13.5 miles of riverfront access and 300 acres of green space. Officially a city since 2006, Johns Creek is now the 10th largest city in Georgia, and was recently ranked third on the 2017 list of “50 Best Cities to Live In” by USA Today. Conveniently bordered by Alpharetta to the west, McGinnis Ferry Road and Forsyth County to the north and the cities of Duluth and Peachtree Corners to the south and east, Johns Creek offers a wide array of housing options from multi-million-dollar estates bordering Country Club of the South and the Atlanta Athletic Club, to traditional swim/tennis communities and newer townhome developments.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $530,987 (2018)

MILTON

The Atlanta Business Chronicle, 2011, recognized the City of Milton as having the highest quality of life in the state of Georgia and ninth-highest quality of life in the southern United States, according to an “On Numbers” survey. Once part of greater Alpharetta, Milton became its own city. Milton has a population of more than 38,000 and covers 23,000 acres. It includes the northwest unincorporated island, bordered by Cherokee County to the north and west; Forsyth County to the east; Roswell city limits to the southwest (a little west of Arnold Mill Road); Alpharetta city limits to the south (roughly, Mayfield Road to Cogburn Road to Windward Parkway).High performing schools, both public and private, equestrian estates, golf course communities and gorgeous homes are all synonymous with Milton.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $788,906 (2018)

SANDY SPRINGS

Sandy Springs became the first new city in Georgia in almost 50 years when it was established in 2005. Ideally situated in north Fulton County, this sprawling community of over 100,000 residents straddles I-285 and GA400, and is bordered by Buckhead to the south, Brookhaven and Dunwoody to the east, the Chattahoochee River to the west and Roswell to the north. Sandy Springs has quickly established itself as a major business hub with one of the highest ratios of Fortune 500 companies per capita in the U.S, including the headquarters for UPS and Mercedes-Benz North America. The city’s lush residential neighborhoods comprise some of Atlanta’s most desired addresses and include everything from mid-century modern ranches, mid-rise condominium buildings and lavish multi-million-dollar mansions. Residents eagerly await the completion of City Center, a mixed-use development incorporating a new city hall, performing arts center plus high-end residences, retail shops and a network of inter-connected green space.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $692,981 (2018)

SUWANEE

Suwanee’s 10-acre Town Center Park serves as the “front yard” for this community of nearly 20,000 residents twice named as one of “America’s Best Places to Live” by Money magazine. Located 34 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta, Suwanee is bordered by I-85 to the south, Forsyth County to the north, the town of Sugar Hill to the east with Duluth and Johns Creek to the west. This quiet suburban town is recognized throughout the Atlanta region for its leadership in preserving open spaces and establishing high-quality parks. Suwanee is also home to Harvest Farm, Georgia’s largest organic community garden as well as Orchard at White Street Park, the first public orchard in the Southeast. A number of gated gold course communities can be found in Suwanee along with sprawling amenity-rich subdivisions and newer townhome complexes.

Average Single-Family Home Sales Price: $401,623 (2017)

WOODSTOCK

Once a sleepy farming village, today’s Woodstock is a vibrant and diverse community boasting a world-class trail system, great shopping and dining options, and neighborhoods perfect for the suburban family all just 30 miles north of Atlanta. Woodstock’s City limits include more than 12 square miles and over 30,000 residents.

Woodstock officially became a City in 1897, but the first settlers arrived in the early 1800’s with hopes of finding gold. Mills were then constructed to serve the burgeoning cotton farms. The railroad depot was constructed in 1879 and storefronts followed. The Woodstock Visitor’s Center is housed in an original storefront, Dean’s Store, which opened in 1906. 

Woodstock has become a destination for the outdoor enthusiast. Whether it is a picnic with the family at beautiful Dupree Park, a walk with your dog at Woofstock Park, or hitting the mountain bike trails at Olde Rope Mill Park, Woodstock is home to a number of parks and trail systems. And, in 2019, construction will begin on another nearly 100 acre park located on the east side of the City.

Read more about Woodstock: https://www.woodstockga.gov/870/About-Us