Alpharetta

Alpharetta is a city of approximately 54,000 residents, located north of Atlanta. It is less than 25 miles from the city. Alpharetta residents enjoy parks and a multitude of community events. Prior to July 1858, the town was known as the "Town of Milton". Today, Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Alpharetta promotes itself through a thriving culinary scene, luxury accommodations, exciting recreation, trendy entertainment and high-end retail offerings.
Alpharetta operates under the Fulton county public school system. As the fourth largest school system in Georgia, Fulton has more than 12,000 full-time employees, including more than 6,800 teachers and other certified personnel, who work in 100 schools and 14 administrative and support buildings.
Alpharetta is different from other suburbs due to its diversity of homes. Home choices in Alpharetta include country clubs, golf communities, luxury homes, swim/tennis communities and new construction. In addition, Alpharetta also offers a number of first time home buyer neighborhoods. These neighborhoods remain affordable and offer the same excellent schools and lifestyle as more expensive neighborhoods. The average price per square foot for a single family home in Alpharetta is $123, with a median sales price for homes being $311,000, and an average listing price of $511,353.
Alpharetta
Alpharetta is a city of approximately 54,000 residents, located north of Atlanta. It is less than 25 miles from the city. Alpharetta residents enjoy parks and a multitude of community events. Prior to July 1858, the town was known as the "Town of Milton". Today, Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Alpharetta promotes itself through a thriving culinary scene, luxury accommodations, exciting recreation, trendy entertainment and high-end retail offerings.

Alpharetta operates under the Fulton county public school system. As the fourth largest school system in Georgia, Fulton has more than 12,000 full-time employees, including more than 6,800 teachers and other certified personnel, who work in 100 schools and 14 administrative and support buildings.

Alpharetta is different from other suburbs due to its diversity of homes. Home choices in Alpharetta include country clubs, golf communities, luxury homes, swim/tennis communities and new construction. In addition, Alpharetta also offers a number of first time home buyer neighborhoods. These neighborhoods remain affordable and offer the same excellent schools and lifestyle as more expensive neighborhoods. The average price per square foot for a single family home in Alpharetta is $123, with a median sales price for homes being $311,000, and an average listing price of $511,353.
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