Dahlonega Mountain Estate with More than Ten Acres

Golden opportunity just minutes from Historic Dahlonega! Slow down and take in the mountain views of this private ten acre estate. Casually elegant brick home with beautiful veranda, brick porte-cochere and gas lanterns welcomes you! Impressive foyer with soaring staircase and crystal chandelier, impeccable hardwood floors throughout, banquet size dining room, paneled study with brick fireplace and chef’s kitchen with huge pantry. If a perfect day involves hiking or perusing boutiques and area vineyards, Dahlonega is the place to live! Up to 60 additional acres for sale. Home size of 6,610 includes basement.

1715 Turnberry Avenue Suwanee, Georgia 30024

Decorator’s Dream Build in Budding Atlanta Suburb

This distinctive brick and stone home is currently under construction and sits eloquently on a corner lot. This custom builder focuses on elegant details, outstanding appointments and high quality craftsmanship. Some features already installed are Jeldwen thermal pane windows, custom iron castle doors, state-of-the-art designed kitchen with stain grade cabinets, high-end, built-in stainless appliances, an oversized stone and granite island, and stone backsplash. Trudy Provo. Suwanee.

10 Old Stratton Chase Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328

One Owner, Custom Built Sandy Springs Stunner

Custom built, one owner, Bob Goodsell home in rarely available and highly sought after Old Stratton! Classy, sophisticated home with Goodsell’s trademark arches, molding, cedar shake roof and fine attention to detail. Beautifully landscaped walk out back yard, spacious rooms and full basement. Bonus room over the garage. May be the most perfect location in Sandy Springs, just minutes to 285/400/75, yet in such an idyllic location you’ll feel miles from the city! Riverside Club Swim/Tennis available! Sandy Springs.

Atlanta Neighborhoods

Our 2017 Atlanta Neighborhood Guide for New Homebuyers

While Atlanta remains one of the most popular and fastest growing cities in America, it also feel a bit overwhelming for first-time homebuyers — at least at first. While many “first-timers” today can afford to spend more on a first home than their parents did, budget can still be a concern when housing prices are on the rise. Some also have growing families and want to be sure their kids can attend good schools. In a hot housing market like Atlanta, how does a new homebuyer find the right home at the right price? The good news is there are many wonderful neighborhoods in Atlanta where you can still find a first home that is both comfortable and relatively affordable. […]