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Atlanta Region

New homes in Atlanta Region

Georgia

McDonough

McDonough, GA, USA

Today, the city features a variety of arts and culture, including its famous Geranium Festival and a semi-professional soccer team, Georgia Revolution FC.

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Woodstock

Woodstock, GA, USA

Noted as one of the region’s top places to buy a home, Woodstock’s attractions such as downtown shopping, world-renowned hiking and mountain bike trails, and the Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater ensure you’ll never have to go far for a fun-filled weekend.

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Cartersville

Cartersville, GA, USA

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$380s ‐ $480s
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Marietta

Marietta, GA, USA

Whether indoors or out, Marietta offers a wide variety of things to see, eat and do. And with many excellent schools, Marietta is one of Niche.com's best places to live in the area.

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$690s ‐ $810s
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Cumming

Cumming, GA, USA

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Dallas

Dallas, GA, USA

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$320s ‐ $490s
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Lawrenceville

Lawrenceville, GA, USA

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$320s ‐ $490s
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Loganville

Loganville, GA, USA

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Locust Grove

Locust Grove, GA, USA

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$390s ‐ $440s
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Stockbridge

Stockbridge, GA, USA

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East Cobb

East Cobb, GA, USA

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Davidson Homes in Atlanta Region

Home to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and nearly 6,000,000 people, Atlanta is the South’s second-largest metropolitan area. Featuring a diverse economy and a vibrant Southern culture, the city is home to some of the region’s best arts and cultural displays, from the Fox Theatre to the Georgia Aquarium.

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Living in Atlanta

Home to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and roughly 500,000 people, Atlanta is the South’s second-largest metropolitan area. Featuring a diverse economy and a vibrant Southern culture, the city is home to some of the region’s best arts and cultural displays, from the Fox Theatre to the Georgia Aquarium.