New homes and Real Estate for sale in Georgia
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Atlanta real estate
The real estate in Atlanta, Georgia includes a variety of choices. Downtown Atlanta real estate includes, lofts, condos, and hi-rise living, luxury homes are readily available in Buckhead, and the surrounding suburbs. Atlanta home builders are developing new neighborhoods that reflect the growth and progress of the area. In Atlanta, homes for sale vary from vintage styles to newly built models. Real estate in the Buckhead area of Atlanta, Georgia offers close proximity to Atlanta's premier night life.
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Golf is a popular pastime in Atlanta. The city and its suburbs offer a wide array of public golf courses, and new homes located in golf communities. Most of the new homes in the Atlanta area are near MARTA, a state-of-the-art subway network of rail stations and buses, travels to many points of interest throughout Atlanta.
Downtown Atlanta Real Estate
Atlanta dramatically expresses the transition from the "Old South" to the New. In the city, tree lined
Georgian-style avenues lie alongside some of the country's most dazzling contemporary buildings. Atlanta
was founded in 1837 as the southern terminus of the great Western Atlantic Railroad and given the name
Atlanta in 1845. During the Civil War Atlanta was burnt to the ground by Union Troops in an effort to
disrupt communication and transportation between the Confederate States. Since Atlanta's reconstruction,
the city has played a vital role as a transport hub between the north and south and is now an important
national and international crossroad. The city has nevertheless shed much of its traditional deep
south identity to become a booming manufacturing center; corporate giants, such as Coca-Cola and AT&T,
have made the city their home. In 1996, Atlanta played host to the centennial Olympic Games amid a
blaze of publicity showcasing the city and its achievements. The $2 billion Atlanta spent on this
international sporting extravaganza has left the city with impressive hotel accommodations, leisure,
sporting venues, conference centers and transport facilities. Hartsfield International Airport,
home to Delta, is just 20 minutes south.
Real Estate in Cobb County, Georgia
Cobb County real estate is thriving with luxurious residential neighborhoods, quaint town squares, gleaming
office parks, historic sites, amusement parks, arts and entertainment, and excellent educational opportunities.
Housing opportunities abound in Cobb County. From starter homes priced in the low $100,000's to manor and
estate homes priced over a million, there is something to suit all types of lifestyles. Swim and tennis
communities are the most popular types of neighborhoods available. Cobb County's diversity makes it an
appealing place for nearly anyone. The blend of upscale housing, commercial enterprise and plenty of
entertainment with small town ambiance and historic flavor of the area make Cobb County a popular
choice for newcomers.
North Fulton County Real Estate - New Homes in Alparetta and Roswell
The towns of Roswell and Alpharetta offer an upscale lifestyle that's family oriented and fun. Roswell, the
sixth largest city in Georgia, has been consistently named as one of the best places in the country to
live. Historic homes and tree lined streets are mixed with booming residential developments offering
everything in amenity packages from exclusive golf club communities to small swim/tennis communities.
Parks, playgrounds and tennis courts can be found in all areas throughout the county. Newcomers are
pleased with the small town pace and big city lifestyle.
South Fulton County Real Estate - Union City
With its close proximity to the Atlanta area, residents of Union City have access to several
opportunities in higher education. The nationally known Emory College is located 15 minutes from
downtown Atlanta. Emory is ranked as the 18th best university in the country by U.S. News & World
Report. Georgia State University, a leading research university, is located in the heart of downtown
Gwinnett Real Estate - Buford, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Norcross, Lilburn, Snellville, and Grayson
New home subdivisions, many of which are swim/tennis communities, can be found in all price ranges
located throughout Gwinnett. The average home price of $185,000 allows many families to purchase a home,
and newcomers are excited by the wide range of styles and amenities that are available.
DeKalb County Real Estate - Decatur, Lithonia, Stone Mountain
Dekalb County is made up of several cities, with perhaps the most prominent being Avondale
Estates, Decatur, Stone Mountain and Dunwoody. Avondale Estates, designed in the 1920's,
was patterned after Stratford-on-Avon. Tudor-style commercial areas surrounded by lush greenery
and quite streets give the area an aura of tradition and style. Decatur, the county seat, is a
historic town that still hosts annual festivals celebrating everything from the Fourth of July
to the lighting of the Christmas Tree. Stone Mountain Village is located at the base of one of
Georgia's most popular state parks, and features affordable homes and a number of new subdivisions.
However, no picture of Dekalb County is complete without mentioning Dunwoody. This unincorporated
area located between I-285 and the Chattahoochee River is one of the most popular and prestigious
addresses in Atlanta.
Clayton County Georgia Real Estate - Jonesboro and Riverdale
Clayton county is marked by its variety of people, places, events and activities. A drive down a
country road offers a look at family farms, country club communities, single and duplex family homes.
Clayton county is a relaxed and informal setting with a signature of Southern Charm.
Rockdale County - Conyers
Directly east of Atlanta lies Rockdale County, one of the metro areas best kept secrets. This
is the smallest county in the metro Atlanta area and second in the state in both land and
population yet has steady growth of over 168 percent since 1970. Quiet rolling pastures, open
farmland and a hub of city shops all offer the newcomer many amenities. The high quality of life
in Rockdale County stems from an active business community and many new home subdivisions. Area
school students consistently outscore their peers around the state on skills tests. The county
seat of Conyers combines rapid development with small town charm as well as offering tree lined
streets and historic homes that are all maintained by many loving homeowners.
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