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Acworth rests in the foothills of the North Georgia Mountains, 35 minutes northwest of Downtown Atlanta. A lake city with the perfect combination of affordable housing and top-ranked public schools, Acworth is surrounded by two beautiful lakes, Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona. Residents and visitors flock to the historic downtown sector filled with a selection of shops and restaurants. Locals love to indulge in lake activities, spending countless weekends swimming, boating, and camping with friends and family.

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Adair Park

In the last few years an influx of urban pioneers have remade Adair Park, transforming the neighborhood into a haven for small businesses, lofts, and up and coming artists. In 2001, Adair Park was placed on the National Historic Registry, which has helped maintain some of its original characteristics as the area undergoes its second life.

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Alpharetta is a community with a character all its own. Part Southern, part cosmopolitan, but always down to earth and accessible. For shoppers and foodies alike, the Avalon is right around the corner. Spend the day shopping at luxury boutiques, catching a movie, or grabbing a drink at the wine bar.

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Ansley Park

This historic Atlanta neighborhood is right in the mix of the city. It has easy access to the Atlanta BeltLine, the Ansley Mall, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens, and Piedmont Park. First developed in 1904, Ansley Park was designed to be an oasis in the midst of a bustling city, and that's exactly what it has become.

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Atlantic Station

At Atlantic Station, live-work-play is more than a catchphrase. This mixed-use hub is located just west of Midtown and houses more than 50 shops, restaurants, apartment communities and even a fully stocked grocery store. Atlantic Station hosts seasonal pop-up events like the Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival in the spring, the BB&T Atlanta Open in the summer and an ice skating rink in the winter.

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A historic small town in Barrow and Gwinnett county, Auburn is a family environment with beautiful parks and a close-knit community. The biggest park, James Shackelford Memorial Park, is a prized green space with walking trails, pavilions, and views of the Apalachee River. The town prides itself on its commitment to wildlife preservation.

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Enjoy a weekend at Six Flags Over Georgia or visit The Collar Community Center for local events. Operating in the Cobb County School District, Austell has a top-rated school system as well as easy access to Downtown Atlanta.

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Avondale Estates

A quiet neighborhood eight miles east of Atlanta, Avondale Estates is known for its Tudor-style architecture and small-town charm. Built around a group of artistic residents committed to growing local companies, Avondale Estates encourages mom and pop stores and has an active local festival season. The neighborhood is a unique spot in Decatur to enjoy live music, art, and food.

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Nicknamed the Buggy Town, Barnesville is a small community in Lamar County. Barnesville has a rich culture with festivals like their BBQ & Blues Festival and the annual Buggy Days Festival that celebrates the city's rich community. People enjoy living in Barnesville for its great public and private schools and diverse neighborhoods.

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Belvedere Park

Originally founded as a planned community in 1952, Belvedere Park has expanded into its own with schools, parks, and a shopping center. Most homes in the area are one-story, red-brick ranch homes. It's a nice slice of suburbs not far from metro Atlanta.

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