PAGE MORGAN’S SPRING CLEANING GUIDE! It’s time to break out your scrubbing bubbles, duster, and get your home sparkling clean in time for summer. If you are looking to sparkling up your home this spring, check out Page’s tips & tricks for a happy healthy... [ Read More ]
What's Your Home Worth
East Cobb is one of the most highly sought-after affluent Metro Atlanta communities, featuring homes ranging from modest brick ranches to established swim/tennis neighborhoods, to multi-million-dollar gated estates. Nestled between GA-400 and I-75, East Cobb residents have access to major job corridors, premier shopping and dining, and tons of recreational activities. Known for its award-winning schools and picturesque neighborhoods, it’s obvious why East Cobb earned the title “Best Places to Live in Georgia” by Money Magazine in 2016.
Established in 1824, Marietta is one of the oldest cities in Georgia with a flourishing business district centered around the original town square. It has a healthy mixture of historic homes coexisting with recently established neighborhoods. Residents are attracted to Marietta’s award-winning schools, numerous recreational hiking trails, theaters, and over 30 public parks.
When imagining intown luxury living, Buckhead is sure be top of mind. It is home to some of the most remarkable architectures and landscapes Atlanta has to offer. Buckhead’s vibrant community is comprised of luxurious high-rise condos, cottages, large estates, and the best shopping and dining in Atlanta. The Shops Buckhead, Phipps Plaza and Lenox Square are some of the most famous shopping destinations.
Brookhaven officially became a city within DeKalb County in 2012. Stretching over a 12-mile area, Brookhaven is home to the picturesque Murphey Chandler Park, Oglethorpe University, and Peachtree Golf Club to name a few. The city boasts an eclectic mix of homes ranging from historic 19th Century Colonial, Georgian, and Tudor Revival style homes to new construction and high-rise condos.
Roswell was established over 150 years ago around a thriving cotton mill industry. It is nestled along the banks of the Chattahoochee River providing residents an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. The city’s active downtown area boasts a dynamic local art and social scene filled with unique boutiques, restaurants, micro-breweries, and galleries. Home styles range from pre-civil war mansions, to established swim/tennis communities, to new construction neighborhoods.
Established in 2005, Sandy Springs has quickly developed into a major business hub with one of the highest ratios of Fortune 500 companies per capita in the U.S. The city spans 22 miles along the banks of the Chattahoochee River and home to over 950 acres of public parks that offer numerous activities for everyone. Sandy Springs is comprised mid-century modern ranches, modern condominium buildings, and lavish multi-million dollar estates.
Latest Blog Posts
Happy Women’s Day 2019! Today, March 8th, we celebrate and recognize women across the world. International Women’s Day is a global day that celebrates social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Historically, International Women’s Day first emerged from the women’s labor movements at the... [ Read More ]