Smyrna Homes for Sale and Local Information

Smyrna, GA is located 10 miles northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County just outside the I-285 perimeter. The city covers roughly 14 sq miles. The major roads through the area include Atlanta Rd and South Cobb Drive. The population is around 51,000 with a median age of 32 and an average household income of $72,000. The town has a lively central “town square” area with numerous shops, resturants and bars and offers diverse housing Read more

Smyrna, GA Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 389
Average Price: $432,516
Highest Listing Price: $1,475,000
Lowest Listing Price: $86,900

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Today’s Sandy Springs Real Estate Market

Sandy Springs is the 6th largest city in the state and it has the largest concentration of healthcare facilities in Georgia, thanks to 3 nearby hospitals.  But excellent healthcare is not all Sandy Springs has to offer; the immediate area boasts plenty of attractions.  There are a number of theaters and art galleries; there’s even an auction house that has its own TV show.  You can see a musical, take in an art show, or attend a history lecture, all without leaving the city’s limits.

But don’t get all caught up in multiple indoor attractions.  There’s an active and important outdoor culture in Sandy Springs as well.  According to the tourism board, Sandy Springs has 11 city parks and also enjoys a close proximity to the Chattahoochee River and the Chattahoochee National Forest Recreation Area.  Like to hike?  There are plenty of trails and walking paths, specifically designed to help folks get outside and enjoy Atlanta’s moderate weather.

Sandy Springs History

Sandy Springs was named for natural springs -  located near Johnson’s Ferry and Mt Vernon - that are still around today.    The area was once a retreat for Atlanta’s residents, but over the years the rural setting gradually became more and more urban.  The vote to incorporate Sandy Springs passed in 2005, making it one of the newest cities in the Metro district.   Today, this neighborhood is a thriving part of Atlanta, where residents enjoy outstanding schools, easy access to a network of highways, and an abundance of outdoor activities.

For more information on Sandy Springs, you can visit any of the following sites:

City of Sandy Springs Website

Sandy Springs Community Website

Sandy Springs Hospitality and Tourism

Sandy Springs, GA School Information

If you’re interested in buying or selling a home in the Sandy Springs area, give Atlanta Real Estate Brokers and call.   We’ll be happy to help you find just the right place. 

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Listing information last updated on August 18th, 2017 at 4:45am EDT.