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Suwanee, Georgia Real Estate

The Suwanee real estate market offers many listings of condos, townhomes, and homes with traditional and contemporary style architecture. Condos and townhomes in Suwanee start at $200,000 and range up to roughly $500,000. Single-family homes in Suwanee start at around $200,000 in communities such as Richland and Peachtree Manor and offer community clubhouses and lakes. Estate properties offering acres of land and golf course frontage in Suwanee communities including Laurel Springs and Belmore Estates can range up to more than $10 million. Currently, the median price for a single-family home in the city of Suwanee is roughly $530,000, which can be expected to afford a 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom home with plenty of living space. Land and lots are also for custom home building. Farm and ranch properties are available in outlaying areas of Suwanee.
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Suwanee Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Georgia

Ideally situated at the crossroads of major transportation corridors in the northeast Atlanta Metroplex, Suwanee efficiently manages booming growth while preserving a small-town American way of life. Ranked as one of the top ten Best Places to Live by MONEY Magazine in 2007, and in the top forty in 2013, and ranked #4 in 2017 on Niche's list of Best Suburbs in Georgia, Suwanee is a small city of approximately 19,000; the population swells to more than 25,000 when residents in nearby unincorporated areas are accounted for as well.

Like its neighbors both large and small, Suwanee offers affordable housing, excellent schools, a low crime rate and Southern hospitality. The city is fortunate to have many historic structures and sites intact, including several grand Victorian homes and regional farm-style homes. The majority of Suwanee's historic houses are clustered around the city's original one-mile radius near Main and Scales streets, within Suwanee's Old Town area, where the historic commercial area is located as well. The Old Town area remains much as it appeared nearly 100 years ago, although some buildings were reconstructed following a fire in 1881.

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