North Atlanta

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 Roswell to...
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East Cobb

Earning the top spot in Money Magazine’s 2016 list of “The Best Place to Live in Georgia,” East Cobb is known for its beautiful neighborhoods, award-winning schools, abundant green space and convenient location. Residents of East Cobb have a Marietta city address, but the region is comprised of an unincorporated area of Cobb County generally...
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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...
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Roswell

The historic city of Roswell is located 20 miles north of Atlanta on the banks of the Chattahoochee River in an area the Cherokee Indians called the “Enchanted Land.” Officially a city for 154 years, Roswell was once home to a thriving mill industry producing everything from textiles to flour, and is now home to...
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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...
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Smyrna

Settled by pioneers in 1832, Smyrna is home to approximately 56,000 residents who enjoy the city’s enviable location 10 miles north of downtown Atlanta, bordered by I-285 and Vinings to the east, Marietta and I-75 to the north, Powder Springs to the west and Mableton to the south. New mixed-use developments featuring stylish single-family homes...
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Vinings

Vinings is a popular unincorporated town in Cobb County occupying a little over three square miles of land bordered generally by the Chattahoochee River to the east, I-285 to the west, the Cumberland shopping area to the north and the city of Smyrna to the south. This charming area is known for its small-town atmosphere...
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