NORTH ATLANTA NEIGHBORHOOD PROFILES
Here is your chance to get a look and feel for the Neighborhoods around North Atlanta Georgia. It is here you will be provided with data such as average price range, HOA community information, date ranges that properties were built, public North Atlanta schools that feed to the neighborhood, at time of post, and so much more...
From Popular Neighborhoods such as Bentwater and Governors Town Club to New Construction built by John Wieland and Pulte, you will enjoy Acworth Neighborhoods location near 575 and other popular Cobb County Cities such as Smyrna.
Visit the highly sought after Alpharetta Neighborhood of Windward as well as small townhomes and new construction around Crabapple. From great schools to local parks and more. A great place to call home!
Live in Atlanta in a variety of properties. From the historic building Atlanta lofts to the Luxury Condos to the historic neighborhoods of Atlanta such as Virginia Highland and Old Fourth Ward-Atlanta Living!
The Cherokee Indians met here during an earlier century to play a game resembling lacrosse. This quiet, peaceful community is a family-oriented town boasting a neat and tidy downtown district.
In 1953, some 25 property owners met and formed the Lake Berkeley Civic Association. A comprehensive Master Plan for future land use and growth was developed and adopted.
Buford is located in North Georgia near the metro Atlanta community area and along the southern edge of beautiful Lake Lanier in Gwinnett County. Total Area: 15.44 Square Miles
The City of Canton, the county seat of Cherokee County, was established in 1832. The city was incorporated under the name Etowah in 1833 then changed to Canton December 18, 1834. Total Area: 14.26 Square Miles
The City of Chamblee was incorporated on August 17, 1908. It is one of eight cities located within DeKalb County. Home to the nationally-recognized Antique Row, this area works to preserve the history of the city.
Cumming, the county seat of Forsyth County, was established in 1834. Georgia 400, built in the 1970s, helped seal the area's conversion from rural to increasingly suburban. The area has retained some of its history, however.
Downtown Decatur is incredibly pedestrian-friendly, and most locals here are able to shop for groceries, run errands, and meet up with friends either on bike or foot. The Metropolitan area of Atlanta expanded into unincorporated DeKalb County, eventually surrounding on all sides.
Duluth is widely recognized as a model city for Gwinnett County, with a nice blend of small businesses, entrepreneurial enterprise, neighborhoods, parks, shops, theaters, major corporations and developers-Total area is 10 square miles.
Dunwoody became incorporated as a city on December 1, 2008. The total size of Dunwoody is 13.2 square miles and is located in Dekalb County, just East of North Fulton and Sandy Springs. Dunwoody Village is the historic heart of the community.
Johns Creek is one of the newest North Fulton cities encompassing abundant green space, great public schools, new and established home communities, and a wealth of recreational opportunities. A premier location in Atlanta.
Founded in 1887, Kennesaw has a past surrounded with railroad history.In 2007, the city was selected by Family Circle magazine as one of the nation's 10 best towns for families. Total area size is 9.4 square miles.
The City of Lawrenceville is named after Captain James Lawrence, Commander of the Frigate Chesapeake during the War of 1812. It is a suburb of Atlanta, and is located approximately 30 miles northeast of downtown.
Just north of Atlanta and just south of the North Georgia Mountains, Marietta is a vibrant city that offers world-class amenities while preserving its important ties to the past.
On December 1, 2006, Milton, located in North Fulton County, became one of Georgia's newest cities. The area is double the physical size of the city of Alpharetta, with half its population.
Incorporated in 1927, it is essentially a large neighborhood, and is designated a wildlife refuge. There is no zoning for commercial or business uses.
The City of Norcross was founded as a resort town for wealthy Atlantan's by J. J. Thrasher, who named the city for his good friend Jonathan Norcross. All sections of the city are connected to the downtown core by a network of sidewalks.
Powder Springs is a city in Cobb County, in the Atlanta metro area. The community was named for seven springs located here. Total area is 7.18 square miles. Located just 25 miles northwest of Atlanta
Located just 20 miles from downtown Atlanta, has twice been chosen as the Best Place To Live in the Metro-Atlanta Area by Atlanta Magazine and has been ranked as one of the safest cities in the United States.
Sandy Springs is situated at the intersection of State Route 400 and Interstate 285 and is a short drive from Atlanta's Hartsfield Airport. Total area size is 39 Square miles
When residents want to play, they can walk to the Market Village, a designed and constructed retail area with small shops and restaurants. Located just 10 miles away from Downtown Atlanta
Suwanee is committed to preserving and enhancing its historic area, providing outstanding services to citizens and businesses, and fostering a true sense of community.
Vinings differs from most other communities in its resolve to keep the village's integrity and uniqueness. Located between the West Paces Ferry section of Buckhead in NW Atlanta, and Smyrna in Cobb County,
The chief industry of the town continues to be Reinhardt College, and Waleska has come to be regarded, as a college town. Total Area Size is only 1.46 square miles. Lake Arrowhead is its largest neighborhood.
The City of Woodstock is the fastest growing city in Cherokee County. More new businesses, professional services, and new construction communities are available and conveniently located in Woodstock.