Work. Live. Play. Dunwoody is poised at the gateway to the GA 400 corridor with convenient access to major thoroughfares, MARTA and downtown Atlanta. You will find quiet tree-lined streets and small town charm existing in harmony with a bustling metropolitan business district and vibrant social scene. Whether you’re young or young at heart, a single professional or a growing family, you will feel at home in Dunwoody.
Sandy Springs is a vibrant, fast-growing city which was named one of Forbes magazine’s Top 25 Towns in which to Live Well in 2010. Incorporated in 2005, Sandy Springs is situated about 17 miles from downtown Atlanta and is the second largest city in the metro Area. It offers its residents a safe, quiet, family-oriented community with a wide range of choices to call home, including charming traditional single-family homes on tree-lined streets and modern new construction townhomes and lofts. Opportunities for outdoor activities abound with 11 parks and recreation centers and miles of hiking and biking trails. Sandy Springs residents also enjoy excellent schools and low taxes.
Roswell is a progressive city with a friendly, small-town feel. It is located approximately 22 miles north of downtown Atlanta and is comprised of many beautiful, affordable neighborhoods in which to raise a family. Roswell was chosen twice by Atlanta Magazine as the best place to live in the metro Atlanta area and was named one of the top 3 places to raise a family by Frommers. Roswell borders the Chattahoochee River, which means plenty of green space and tranquil, serene settings.
Made up of parts of unincorporated Roswell, Marietta, and Kennesaw, East Cobb is one of Atlanta’s most sought-after suburban communities, especially for families. It is home to some of the best schools in the state of Georgia, beautiful parks, and an unlimited number of things to do. It is also convenient to Interstates 75 and 285, which can have you back in Atlanta for work or play within minutes.
Brookhaven was incorporated in 2012 and offers its residents a combination city/suburban lifestyle that appeals to young singles and families alike. Located approximately 12 miles from downtown Atlanta in Dekalb County, Brookhaven offers a wide variety of home styles and price points, upscale shopping, arts festivals, parks, fine dining and the prestigious Oglethorpe University. The affluent community is convenient to most parts of Atlanta, yet manages to maintain its historic charm.
If you are looking for an actual Atlanta address, the city’s Buckhead district is the place to be. Located just north of Midtown and south of Sandy Springs, the affluent area is home to exciting shopping and nightlife, beautiful estate homes, and even its own business district. For this reason, Atlanta residents of all ages and lifestyles choose to call Buckhead home.
With just under 10,000 residents, Chamblee is a smaller city located in Dekalb County, just northeast of Atlanta. Chamblee offers close proximity to Interstate 285 and MARTA. Because of its size, it is often overlooked when people look for suburban Atlanta homes, but the truth is it has plenty to offer new residents.
Located north of Atlanta is Alpharetta, one of city’s most affluent and sought-after suburbs. Many commuters choose to call the city home, but it is also becoming an important business and technology hub in its own right. Alpharetta is also one of the most family-friendly cities in Metro Atlanta, thanks to its fine schools and outdoor activities.
Located in western Gwinnett County, Peachtree Corners has the distinction of being the only North Atlanta suburb that started as a planned community. It takes up a little over 17 square miles just east of Dunwoody and south of Johns Creek, which means residents can easily take advantage of everything these cities have to offer.