Georgia is home to more than 10 million people, increasing every year thanks to the many charms that it has to offer. Whether you want the hustle-and-bustle of city life or prefer somewhere a bit quieter, Georgia has it all! If you’re considering relocating to Georgia, here are a couple of the best places to live in (not in any particular order), all factors considered – quality of life, cost of living, education, healthcare, crime rate, amenities and much more.
About 25 miles from Atlanta, you’ll find Alpharetta. It has a population of a little over 60,000. Alpharetta has a median income of $102,061 and the value of a median house sitting at $470,530. There is also a low crime rate, making Alpharetta a great place to raise your family! Click here to view homes for sale in Alpharetta.
If you’re looking for a charming town with events every weekend, energetic nightlife, and all the other benefits of living in a college town, then you’ll want to explore Athens. Housing is very affordable here, the median home value is $224,843, despite the fact that you’ll be in walking distance – from all kinds of dining options, local shops, breweries and University of Georgia. Click here to view homes for sale in Athens.
Gainesville is a great to live in for anyone who loves the outdoors. Living in Gainesville means you’ll always be just a short distance Lake Lanier. Gainesville is also the primary business center for most of northeast Georgia, so with a median house price of $253,284, it’s a great option for families. Click here to view homes for sale in Gainesville.
Johns Creek is full of trails, parks, restaurants, and bars that are sure to keep you entertained. Best of all, Johns Creek is incredibly safe – something every resident loves! While residents love the area for its gated neighborhoods, cleanliness and safety, Johns Creek has a higher median property value of $447,000. Click here to view homes for sale in Johns Creek.
Marietta is a wonderful location for anyone who wants to be a short drive from Atlanta, but prefers to live in a suburb. Marietta is full of theaters,18 different parks, museums and much more. Whether you have children or just like to enjoy weekends out– Marietta won’t disappoint! The median home price in Marietta is $347,717. Click here to view homes for sale in Marietta.