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Roswell is among the most popular and sought after places to live in Metro Atlanta and is frequently rated as one of the top places to live in the entire country. Roswell is slightly closer to Midtown, Downtown, and Buckhead than some of the other northern suburbs along the GA 400 corridor without an increase in price. Therefore, homes for sale in Roswell represent a better value for many people due to the location. It also has a popular historic downtown district with excellent restaurants, shopping, and nightlife affording residents many of the lifestyle advantages usually only found in areas closer to Atlanta. The Roswell real estate market is one of the strongest in Atlanta because of the diversity of home and lifestyle options available.
Roswell can be broken up into three sections that are all a little different from each other. GA 400 runs north and south and splits Roswell into two different sections; east Roswell heading towards the Johns Creek and Peachtree Corners area and west Roswell that runs towards East Cobb and Woodstock to the west and south of Alpharetta and Milton. West Roswell really has two sections. West Roswell, which tends to have more of a feel like Alpharetta or maybe East Cobb and the Downtown Historic District. The downtown historic district has a feel that is unique and different from the other areas of Roswell and different than other downtown districts of nearby cities.
Downtown Roswell has a very charming commercial district with fantastic restaurants, shopping, and a thriving nightlife. It is comprised of quaint and charming older buildings and houses that have been converted into shops and restaurants and the area has a laidback less non-commercial feel. If you currently live in or around the area and haven't been to Historic Roswell, you really should go check it out! You can search for all the Downtown Roswell homes for sale here.
Types Of Homes For Sale In Roswell
The Roswell real estate market has a wide variety of communities, subdivisions, architectural styles and neighborhoods to choose from including golf, new construction, older neighborhoods near downtown with ranch homes on large lots, condos & townhomes and everything in between. The Futon County school system reports high test scores making the areas sought after for people who have an interest in schools 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 Roswell very popular and strengthens Roswell's real estate market overall.
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Roswell Home Prices
Roswell home prices start in the high $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 Roswell are between $350,000 and $550,000. The median price of a home in Roswell is $425,000 and the average price is $480,000. 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 Roswell start in the $500,000's so there are options for everyone. There is also a luxury home market in Roswell that reaches up to $5,000,000 or more for some of the custom homes on individual lots and numerous small neighborhoods with custom homes as well.
There are typically hundreds of homes to choose from below the median price giving homebuyers more options and buying power for their money than in some other areas. 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 $800,000's for new and larger units with more amenities near downtown Roswell. As with other cities on Atlanta's north side, the median price is higher than the overall Metro Atlanta average by about 30%.
More About Roswell
The city of Roswell, GA has a current population of just about 90,000. 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 and Alpharetta. Roswell is located just south of Alpharetta in Fulton County.
Roswell was founded in 1836 by Roswell King and today is Georgia's sixth-largest city and located in Fulton County. Roswell is bordered on the south by the Chattahoochee River and the city of Sandy Springs and to the north by Alpharetta. Real Estate offerings in Roswell are diverse. Roswell has some of Atlanta's best golf and country clubs like Horseshoe Bend and Willow Springs, numerous swim/tennis neighborhoods, first-time homebuyer subdivisions, and townhomes can be found at excellent values for the Metro Atlanta area. Because Georgia 400 splits Roswell in half geographically real estate is slightly different on the east side versus the west side of Georgia 400 and the Downtown Historic District is a fantastic place to spend an evening and different from either the east or west.
The Historic Roswell center has over 200 unique restaurants, shops, parks, galleries, and things to do for people of all ages. Recurring events like Alive in Roswell, a free monthly festival on the third Thursday evening of each month from April to October brings out large crowds and includes live music, food trucks kids games, and booths from local businesses. Roswell hosts other events like a farmers market, the Riverside Sound Concert Series as well. More information about Downtown Historic Roswell.
Roswell Parks and Recreation
Roswell over 900 acres and 22 exceptional public parks many of which provide people with Chattahoochee Rover access including Don White Memorial Park, Riverside Park, Roswell River Landing, and Willeo Park. There are biking, hiking, and running trails like Vickery Creek Trail and Big Creek Parks and Historic homes like Smith Plantation, Bulloch Hall, and Barrington Hall that are used for events such as weddings.
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area has a number of historic sites along the river. There are several areas for recreational activities including Cochran Shoals which is popular for walking, bicycle riding, and jogging and offers visitors opportunities to see the area's wildlife.
The Chattahoochee Nature Center is situated on a large acreage and serves as an environmental education facility. It provides four nature trails that traverse through wetlands and wooded areas.
Attractions in Roswell
- The Archibald Smith Plantation Home includes numerous artifacts and slave quarters. It's listed in the National Register of Historic Places
- Bulloch Hall features Greek Revival architecture. It's the former home of Martha Bulloch, the mother of President Theodore Roosevelt
- Primrose Cottage was one of the first homes built in Roswell and hosts a variety of events
- Barrington Hall is an excellent example of Greek Revival Temple architecture and is included in the National Register of Historic Places
- Brantley-Newton House - built for D.H. Bradley by well-known Atlanta architect Neel Reid who was a Roswell resident from 1917-1926. The home is an excellent example Reid's architectural design.
- Heart of Roswell features distinctive shops, restaurants and numerous art galleries
- Roswell Cultural Arts Center
At Premier Atlanta Real Estate, we are local and are committed to providing our Roswell real estate clients the very best in traditional marketing combined with cutting-edge internet and social media marketing that no other Roswell real estate agent can provide. Your home deserves the very best marketing that utilizes all of the tools traditional agents can provide while combining them with state of the art techniques that will elevate your home above the crowd. When it comes to putting your home in front of potential buyers, not only will we make sure more of them see it but we will also make sure that what they see makes the best impression of your home. We will utilize aerial photos and some of the best professional photography available anywhere in the country to ensure that when a potential buyer sees your home, it will look its best.
Why Choose Roswell?
Location, parks & recreation, responsible city government with a positive growth plan, the Chattahoochee River corridor - the reasons are numerous! If you love the outdoors, Roswell has more to offer than any of its close-by neighbors. Roswell is filled with amazing things to do. There is an old covered pedestrian bridge and waterfall that photographers use frequently for photoshoots, there is Alive in Roswell the 3rd Thursday of the month in the summer months, excellent and modern public libraries, great restaurants, civil war historical sites, theater, breweries. Quite frankly, move to Roswell and you may never go to Atlanta except to get to the airport, a Falcons game or passing through on a vacation to Florida.
Roswell Resident/Relocation/Moving Resources
If you are new to Roswell, welcome! If you are a current resident, the list below reflects service providers and resources a new resident or homeowner may need. If you have any questions, suggestions or need information that you do not see below, please feel free to call us at 678-704-1860 or fill out the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Fulton County Government - (404) 730-4000
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Post Office Locations
Eves Road - 8920 Eves Road, Roswell, GA 30076 - (800) 275-8777
Brannon Square - 10719 Alpharetta Hwy, Roswell, GA 30076 - (800) 275-8777
City of Roswell - 770-641-3727
- Georgia Power - (888) 660-5890
- Sawnee EMC - (770) 887-2363
- Cobb EMC - (770) 887-2363
- Atlanta Gas & Light - (770) 994-1946
- Sawnee EMC- (770) 887-2363
- Georgia Natural Gas - (888) 342-5434
Water Service - single-family homes use Fulton County. Townhomes and condos may be included in HOA dues
Fulton County Water Service Website - Fulton County - (404) 612-6830
Sanitation/Garbage Pickup in Roswell
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Facts About Roswell
- The City of Roswell was founded by Roswell King in 1839 and became a city on February 16th, 1864
- The very first traffic signal was installed in 1949 at the intersection of Sloan and Atlanta streets
- Dr. Francis Goulding, an early Roswell resident and author of children’s books, invented the sewing machine but failed to obtain a patent and is therefore not associated with it.
- Mittie Bulloch Roosevelt, the mother of 26th President Theodore Roosevelt, grew up at Bulloch Hall. She was the daughter of one of Roswell’s first families, the Major James Stephen Bulloch family.
- The Roswell area was part of Cobb County when it was first settled.
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