In Dunwoody, find quiet tree-lined streets and small-town charm existing in harmony with a bustling metropolitan business district and vibrant social scene. As one of Atlanta’s first suburbs, the established neighborhoods boast well-built homes, large lots, and an abundance of swim and tennis facilities.

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Sandy Springs

Sandy Springs, a city near the city, situated just minutes from downtown Atlanta offers its residents the best of the modern South. Enjoy big city dining and entertaining surrounded by more than 950 acres of parks and natural resources.

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Close to the city but feels worlds away, Roswell maintains a small-town feel combined with upscale suburban living. There’s a top-notch culinary scene, an array of exciting shopping options, a great selection of schools, and easy access to Atlanta.

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East Cobb

Made of parts of unincorporated Roswell, Marietta, and Kennesaw, East Cobb is one of Atlanta’s most sought-after suburban communities. It is home to some of the best schools in the state, beautiful parks, and easy access to the city and popular local attractions.

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A journey through Brookhaven’s neighborhoods is a laid-back respite from the nearby hustle of the big city. From chef-driven, locally-owned restaurants to unique boutiques, the vibrant arts scene and festivals to beautiful parks and green spaces, you’ll discover the perfect place to be.

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Buckhead is one of the most affluent communities in Atlanta, located inside the Perimeter between Midtown Atlanta and Sandy Springs. Home to some of the wealthiest neighborhoods in Atlanta (North Buckhead, West Buckhead, Peachtree Hills, Collier Hills, Chastain Park, and Brookwood Hills) and showcases top-tier shopping, exquisite dining, a vibrant nightlife scene, beautiful estate homes, and one of the most prominent business districts.

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Chamblee, an early 20th-century railroad community, has been preserved and transformed in recent years into a new bustling restaurant scene. Massive economic development within the last few years has revitalized downtown Chamblee and made it a desirable place to live near Brookhaven.

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A short drive north of Atlanta, Alpharetta is a thriving city that truly has it all. Alpharetta has a lot to offer, from hundreds of award-winning restaurants, unique shops & boutiques, year-round events, and 750 acres of green spaces and parks.

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Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners proudly holds the title of Gwinnett’s newest city but is not your grandfather’s Atlanta suburb. Home to start-ups and Fortune 500 companies, the town offers some of the best examples of cutting-edge innovation.

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Milton is a rural paradise, with farmland stretching throughout the city thanks to smart-land use policies and an emphasis on balanced development. In addition to its unmatched quality of life, Milton is home to some of the best schools in the state and is known for its equestrian community.

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Johns Creek

A small sophisticated suburban city located 25 miles from the heart of downtown Atlanta, it offers residents a regular rotation of community festivals, a deep pool of Fortune 500 companies, and over 300 acres of parks and recreation. It may be a younger city, but with its renowned healthcare offices and nationally ranked schools, Johns Creek was named ‘Best Place to Live in Georgia’ four years in a row.

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