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The community of Suwanee has a current population of just about 30,000. This affluent area is a popular suburb to buy a home near Atlanta due to its easy access to employment centers at the top end perimeter, Brookhaven, Buckhead and Midtown Atlanta. Suwanee is bordered by Sugar Hill, Duluth and the Chattahoochee River.
Listing information last updated on March 6, 2021 at 9:45 PM EST.
Suwanee is located in Gwinnett County with a small overflow into Forsyth and even Fulton Counties. It is home to a vibrant downtown area that hosts events every weekend during the summer. Suwanee, like many other cities in Georgia, started out as an Indian town built on the Chattahoochee River. In the past few years, the City of Suwanee has renovated the Downtown area into a charming village with shops and restaurants. Suwanee offers homeowners schools with good test scores and is located in close proximity to major employment centers on the north side of Atlanta. Peachtree Industrial and 141, which run north to south, make a commute to Dunwoody, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven and Buckhead very reasonable. Combined with the proximity to I-85 and just a short trip to Alpharetta and the location of Suwanee real estate turns out to be one of the best reasons to consider moving here. The Suwanee real estate market, as with most other areas on the north side of Metro Atlanta is very strong and the homes are very sought after. Suwanee has seen a surge in growth in recent years in part with the revitalization of the downtown area. Search all Suwanee homes for sale right here on the Premier Atlanta Real Estate website. Search homes, townhomes, condos and do research on your current home in Suwanee by viewing the recently sold homes in your Suwanee neighborhood.
The Suwanee real estate market has a wide variety of communities, subdivisions and neighborhoods to choose from including luxury golf homes, new construction homes, older neighborhoods near downtown and everything in between. The school system reports high test scores making the areas sought after for people who have an interest in schools motivated to move here and there are plenty of parks and recreation for outdoor lovers as well. Sought after schools, a unique downtown district, a wide variety of housing styles and prices and a location that is convenient to major work areas make homes for sale in Suwanee very popular and strengthens Suwanee real estate overall.
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Downtown Suwanee Homes For Sale
The city of Suwanee has planned out the downtown Suwanee district very well by creating the small town, live/work/play environment residents want in their local cities today. By doing so, Suwanee residents can enjoy the same quality in shopping, dining and lifestyle that used to be reserved for big cities and instead stay close to home and avoid the hassle of traffic and commutes to enjoy many of the amenities found in large metropolitan centers. Homes for sale near Downtown Suwanee have become more and more popular as the development in the downtown area has increased.
Suwanee Home Prices
Suwanee can be a north Atlanta city that gets overlooked - and it shouldn't. There is a lot to appreciate about Suwanee real estate and this is an area you might want to consider if you haven't yet. Suwanee home prices start in the $200,000's for starter and first time home buyer homes with quite a few communities and options available. The majority of homes for sale in Suwanee are between $300,000 and $500,000. In this price range, you can find homes in or not in neighborhoods with homeowners associations, with or without swim/tennis amenities and you can even find homes in golf communities if you are patient. New construction homes in Suwanee start in the $400,000's so there are options for everyone. There is also a luxury home market in Suwanee that reaches up to $5,000,000 or more for some of the custom homes in The River Club.
The median price of homes for sale in Suwanee is about $360,000. Compared to some other north Atlanta cities, Suwanee remains affordable. There are typically plenty of homes to choose from below the median price giving homebuyers more options and buying power for their money. Townhomes and condos are even more affordable than single-family homes with prices that start in the $150,000's for a nice condo and go up to the $500,000's for new and larger units with more amenities. As with other cities on Atlanta's north side, the median price is higher than the overall Metro Atlanta average by about 35%.
Not long ago, Suwanee, much like Duluth, may have been just a pass-through as many people traveled either to I-85 on the west side or over to the GA 400 corridor on the west. That has changed permanently now that Suwanee has the same quality of restaurants, shopping and dining options as many of the other north Atlanta suburbs. With traffic as bad as it is on I-85 and GA 400 and major employment centers being located in many different areas of Metro Atlanta, Suwanee real estate has become a convenient option for many people who commute to the various employment hubs. Also with interest in Suwanee on the rise as the location became more reasonable, there was a gap that needed to be filled to complete the lifestyle aspect of living in Suwanee or for people considering a move to Suwanee. Here are a number of points of interest that help make Suwanee homes for sale more valuable. There are also plenty of outdoor parks and recreation, dog parks and activities to keep you near home and not feel like you have to leave to have the amenities that used to be reserved for the major metro areas.
Suwanee Town Center
Suwanee Town Center is located at the intersection of Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road and Buford Highway. Suwanee Town Center accomplishes two important goals for the community that have helped make Suwanee another great option to buy a home on the north side of Metro Atlanta.
Suwanee Town Center creates a gathering place for local residents that furthers the hometown neighborhood experience required to make residents feel a sense of pride for their community and it preserves green space for generations to come. You can watch a concert at the amphitheater, go shopping, get a great meal at a local restaurant and you can do all of this close to home. It's the type of natural growth and qualities many homeowners are looking for in their next place to live.
Sims Lake Park
Sims Lake Park is located at 4600 Suwanee Dam Rd, Suwanee, GA 30024. It is one of the more popular parks in Suwanee because of the amenities. The park has an exceptionally pretty trail for walking, hiking or running around a beautiful 7-acre lake with a fountain. The Sims Lake Park itself is comprised of 62 acres to explore, covered pavilions, a park and play area, and public restrooms. Notable about the park is that it is aesthetically a very tranquil and pretty setting.
A full list of amenities include:
Lake with dock
Partially covered playground
A pavilion available on a first-come basis
Suwanee Creek Greenway
Suwanee Creek Greenway is similar to the Big Creek Greenway trail system that runs from Roswell up through Cumming. It preserves large areas of green space while simultaneously creating a safe place to enjoy nature, run, jog, walk or bike close to home. The Suwanee Creek Greenway is made up of over 400 acres of and 4 miles of trails that preserve woodlands, creates a nature preserve, wetlands and other wildlife habitats while still being connected to residential and commercial areas. The trailhead is located in Suwanee Creek Park and there are a number of entrances:
Near the Suwanee Sports Academy at 3640 Burnette Road.
Martin Farm Park, about a half-mile west of Satellite Boulevard.
Town Center area, via Portland Drive and the wooden boardwalk/bridge that runs parallel to Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.
Suwanee Elementary School, on weekends and after 4 pm only during the week.
George Pierce Park, near the soccer and back softball fields.
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