Nestled 15 miles north of Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia is 23 square miles of sprawling community rich with history, diversity, and modern living.
From the natural beauty of the Chatahoochee River and more than 900 acres of parkland, to the rich and storied history and inspiring creative scene, Roswell is the perfect place to call home.
Located in southern Cherokee County, Woodstock, Georgia is 30 miles north of Downtown Atlanta. The city is over 100 years old and is one of the county’s oldest towns but currently holds the title for the fastest growing city out of Cherokee County.
Money magazine named East Cobb Georgia’s best place to live! Known for its award winning schools, community involvement and incredible housing, East Cobb is a great place to call home. Filled with plenty of places to shop and wonderful restaurants, the residents of East Cobb have no need to go anywhere else.
Abundant with locomotive and civil war history, Kennesaw, Georgia is located in northwestern Cobb County, and bordered by the city of Acworth. This town has been featured in several publications and articles as one of the “10 best towns for families” to reside.
Acworth, GA is located 35 miles north of Downtown Atlanta in Cobb County and is at the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. Acworth is known as the “Lake City” as it is surrounded by Lake Acworth, Lake Allatoona, and the Etowah River. Acworth is a diverse community rich with small-town atmosphere and southern charm.Browse Homes »
Alpharetta, Georgia is a prosperous suburb of Metro-Atlanta and is located in northern Fulton County. The history of Alpharetta, Georgia dates back to the 1830’s. On December 11, 1858, the city of Alpharetta was founded. Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Its environment is ideal for families, enjoying an outdoor lifestyle and is known for its thriving businesses.Browse Homes »
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. Visitors can experience a diverse and thriving cultural scene at the city’s many theatres, museums, galleries and concert halls. Explore the state capital’s role in historic events at museums like the Atlanta History Center, Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Marvel at the Georgia Aquarium, taste iconic flavors at the World of Coca-Cola and go behind the scenes at the CNN Studio Tour. Explore the city’s diverse culinary scene, and see why shoppers love Atlanta for everything from boutiques to antiques. For family fun, romantic getaways, urban adventure, unique events and so much more, Atlanta is a city you’ll love visiting again and again.Browse Homes »
Brookhaven is a suburb of Atlanta with a population of 53,140. Brookhaven is in DeKalb County and is one of the best places to live in Georgia. Living in Brookhaven offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Brookhaven there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Brookhaven.Browse Homes »
Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the site where Canton would be founded lay in the heart of the Cherokee Nation. Living in Canton offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Canton there are a lot of parks. Many families and young professionals live in Canton and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Canton are highly rated.Browse Homes »
Metro Atlanta is defined by its unique counties surrounding the city. Cherokee county, about half an hour outside of Atlanta, is characterized by the tagline “where metro meets the mountains”. Explore the bustling communities along I-575 such as Woodstock and Canton and the charming mountain communities toward Ball Ground.Browse Homes »
Cobb County is home to culturally rich communities, each with family friendly neighborhoods, fun hangouts, top-notch recreational attractions, award-winning schools and a thriving business environment. Cobb is flourishing from an explosion of growth from retailers and residents, alike. Cobb County offers sports, entertainment, community, rich history, and more.Browse Homes »
Dallas is located in the Atlanta metro area in the heart of Paulding County. With a quaint, historic downtown the city has retained the charm of simpler times and has a vibrant downtown friendly community, strong on southern hospitality. Standing on a tradition of community, independence, and growth, the City of Dallas boasts its commitment to prosperity of its residents and business owners. Browse Homes »
A few miles west of Atlanta, Douglasville is a welcoming city with a friendly, small-town atmosphere and entertainment that emulates big-town fun. While the city continues to grow, Douglasville uniquely preserves its signature hometown feel.Browse Homes »
Dunwoody is a suburban destination that has much to offer. There are numerous shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations within Dunwoody city limits, including Perimeter Mall, Dunwoody Village, Spruill Center for the Arts, and Perimeter Center. Residents and visitors alike enjoy plenty of annual festivals and events, on which Dunwoody prides itself. From real estate to government, shopping to dining, from January to December Dunwoody is a bustling city filled with interesting things to do, people to meet, and plenty to see.Browse Homes »
Money magazine named East Cobb Georgia’s best place to live! Known for its award winning schools, community involvement and incredible housing, East Cobb is a great place to call home. Filled with plenty of places to shop and wonderful restaurants, the residents of East Cobb have no need to go anywhere else. But if they want to go the new Braves stadium or get to the Atlanta airport it’s no trouble at all. Nestled close to the Chattahoochee River and convenient to I-75 make East Cobb very desirable for the commuter too.Browse Homes »
Fulton County is located in Georgia with a population of 1,021,902. Fulton County is one of the best places to live in Georgia. In Fulton County, most residents own their homes. In Fulton County there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Fulton County. The public schools in Fulton County are above average.Browse Homes »
Abundant with locomotive and civil war history, Kennesaw, Georgia is located in northwestern Cobb County, and bordered by the city of Acworth. This town has been featured in several publications and articles as one of the “10 best towns for families” to reside.Browse Homes »
Mableton continues to gain popularity due to it’s proximity to Interstate 285, Vinings, Buckhead, and Downtown Atlanta. Mableton also enjoys a lower tax rate than neighboring Fulton County and Atlanta. In addition, affordable housing and plenty of space make Mableton an attractive location for those looking for real estate close to the city of Atlanta but within the acclaimed Cobb County school district.Browse Homes »
Nestled 15 miles north of Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia is 23 square miles of sprawling community rich with history, diversity, and modern living. Marietta is located in Cobb County and off of Interstate 75. With its strong schools, youth sports and great shopping, Marietta, Georgia, is the place to be for many families living in the Atlanta area.Browse Homes »
Paulding County is a county located in the northwestern part of the U.S. state of Georgia. The estimated 2018 population is 164,044. It is a suburban Atlanta county and a part of “Metro” Atlanta. The county seat is Dallas. Paulding County is included in the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area.Browse Homes »
Located 25 miles northwest of Atlanta, Powder Springs is your hometown destination for outdoor family fun and recreation. Their beautiful historic downtown and Old Towne Square is host to events, concerts, shopping, and has connecting trails and routes to the popular Silver Comet Trail. Other Powder Springs attractions include: the Southern Quilt Trail, the Seven Springs Museum, the nationally known Cobb County BMX park, McEacheren sports and arts complex, integrated city bike and pedestrian trails, and our many recreational parks. In addition to our local attractions, Powder Springs is in close proximity to Cobb County and Metro Atlanta tourism attractions.Browse Homes »
From the natural beauty of the Chatahoochee River and more than 900 acres of parkland, to the rich and storied history and inspiring creative scene, Roswell is the perfect place to call home.Browse Homes »
More than 56,000 residents call Smyrna home, and this area of Cobb County continues to be attractive for residential development. Smyrna’s demographic profile shows its residents are younger and have a higher per capita income as compared with the Atlanta MSA. Their neighborhoods are diverse in style and are doubly enriched with diversity and community spirit. It’s location near the Cumberland – Galleria employment center continues to draw residents and businesses to our community.Browse Homes »
Located in southern Cherokee County, Woodstock, Georgia is 30 miles north of Downtown Atlanta. The city is over 100 years old and is one of the county’s oldest towns but currently holds the title for the fastest growing city out of Cherokee County.Browse Homes »
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