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14585 Creek Club Drive

Asking Price - $589,000

Address 14585 Creek Club Drive

Alpharetta GA, 30004

Subdivision - Crooked Creek

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 3.5


Southern Living Style Porch Home on 7th Fairway in Gated Crooked Creek. New Custom Granite Kitchen with Island Seating for 4 and Walk-in Pantry. Views, Natural Light, Custom Trim, Blt-Ins, Transoms, Refin Hardwood Floors abound. Spacious Master Suite featuring Dbl Trey Ceiling, Sitting Area, Fireplace, Jacuzzi, Granite, Walk-in Closet. Large Secondary Bedrooms w Trey Ceilings. New Carpet. Laundry Rm up w Sink. Recent Int & Ext Paint and Zoysia Sodding. 3 Car Garage with Extra Storage. Unfinished Full Daylight Basement. Desirable Cambridge HS. Award Winning Swim & Tennis


822 Jamont Circle

Asking Price - $840,000

Address 822 Jamont Circle

Alpharetta GA, 30022

Subdivision - The Estates at Deershase

Bedrooms - 6

Bathrooms - 5


One of luxurious house in Deer chase S/D ,open floor plan, 4 Sided Brick w/ 4 Car Garages ,Level Lot in a soon to be Gated Johns Creek S/D. Large Foyer formal living room or private Office & Large Dining Room. Large, open Kitchen Massive Island Opens to Family Room, Breakfast Area, Keeping Room & Covered Porch. Main Floor also Includes a Guest Suite! Upstairs, Master Suite Complete w/ Gorgeous Master Bath & Custom Closet. 4 Additional Bdrms & 4 Baths , plus huge media room . lots of movies and shows made in this house by actors from California . it won't last long!


5522 Laurel Ridge Drive

Asking Price - $409,000

Address 5522 Laurel Ridge Drive

Alpharetta GA, 30005

Subdivision - Laurel Ridge

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 3.5


**More Pics Coming Soon!** Gorgeous, Well Maintained Brick Home on Wooded Lot in Chattahoochee School District! Large Foyer leads to Open Floor Plan that's Bright & Airy! Updated Kitchen w/Granite, Large Island, Hardwood Floors & View into a Massive 2 Story Family w/Wall of Windows and Great Deck! Upstairs is an open Loft/Office overlooking the 1st Floor and 3 Generous sized bedrooms, Including the Master with a Double Vanity Master Bath and Walk In Closet. Fully Finished Terrace Level, also with Lots of Daylight a Bed & Bath! In the Heart of Alpharetta/Johns Creek!


1720 Waverly Glen Drive

Asking Price - $424,900

Address 1720 Waverly Glen Drive

Alpharetta GA, 30004

Subdivision - Hanover Place

Bedrooms - 5

Bathrooms - 3


STUNNING RESALE. LOOK NO FURTHER! THIS IS AN AMAZING HOME IN AN EXCELLENT LOCATION. THIS HOME IS PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE! ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES. HARDWOODS ON MAIN LEVEL. OPEN FLOORPLAN WITH TWO STORY FORY AND TWO STORY LIVING ROOM. SOUTH FORSYTH LOCATION CONVENIENT TO HIGHWAYS. THIS ONE WILL NOT LAST LONG!


110 Sweetbay Circle

Asking Price - $589,900

Address 110 Sweetbay Circle

Alpharetta GA, 30022

Subdivision - Enclave At Glen Abbey

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 4.5


Impeccably Maintained Master on Main 4BR/4.5BA in one-of-a-king gated Charleston-like community w/tree lined streets, brick sidewalks & more! Features incl rocking chair front porch overlooking park,architectural trim & built-ins thru-out,gleaming hardwoods,chef kit w/Wolf 6-burner range, Subzero frig,dbl ovens,lge ctr island, butlers pantry & walkin pantry! Kit. opens to brkfst rm and fireside fmly rm,office on main,courtyard w/custom fireplace,grill & water fountain! Fabulous master suite w/custom closet built0ins & spa bath! Loft plus 3BR's up each w/private bath!


3641 Avensong Village Circle

Asking Price - $216,900

Address 3641 Avensong Village Circle

Alpharetta GA, 30004

Subdivision - Avensong

Bedrooms - 3

Bathrooms - 2


Beautiful House in sought after Alpharetta are in Cambridge school district. All new "High End" Stainless Steel Appliances throughout the kitchen...Double-oven stove, Microwave, and Garbage disposal, Top Grade Granite Kitchen top counters with a very attractive popular Designer's back-splash; all new plumbing under new kitchen sink and faucet. 2 Beautifully renovated Bathrooms with ample storage cabinet space; marble top sinks; mirrors, light fixtures, with matching complimented hardware components again with all new plumbing underneath.


3550 Lakewind Way

Asking Price - $499,000

Address 3550 Lakewind Way

Alpharetta GA, 30005

Subdivision - Windward

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 3.5


Lovely European Home located in a cul-de-sac featuring an open floor plan, hardwood floors, an abundance of storage and on over 1/2 acre with a level back yard. The kitchen boasts granite counters, ss appliances, keeping room and a wall of windows with beautiful views of the private yard. Fireside family room with French doors open to the living room/office and deck. The Master suite features an inviting updated spa bath. Terrace Level has a large fireside family room, game room and opens to the patio and wooded backyard. Close to the lake, park & swim/tennis facility.


1495 Portmarnock Drive

Asking Price - $1,220,000

Address 1495 Portmarnock Drive

Alpharetta GA, 30005

Subdivision - Windward

Bedrooms - 5

Bathrooms - 5/2


Exceptional brick home in Windward's gated Northshore. Inviting, private retreat w/stunning outdoor living space incl. amazing slate terrace overlooking saltwater pool/spa, outdoor kitchen & fireplace. Lovely upgrades incl. chef's kitchen open to sunny breakfast rm, sitting area & sun rm w/view of backyard oasis. Lux. master suite offers renovated spa bath & cozy fireside sitting rm. Each bdrm has a private bath. Fun, flexible terrace lvl w/wine cellar, wet bar, bed/bath, billiards, TV lounge. Meticulous maintenance. Unparalleled amenities of The Lake Windward Club.


195 Greenmont Circle

Asking Price - $345,000

Address 195 Greenmont Circle

Alpharetta GA, 30009

Subdivision - Greenmont Walk

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 2.5


BACK ON THE MARKET WITH NEW ADJUSTED PRICE! Beautiful home, level lot, Milton school district - one of the best in the state! Large open rooms with tons of light pouring in. Close to Wills Park, Avalon and Big Creek Greenway in a great neighborhood. Large patio on a private fenced back yard. Spacious master and large secondary bedrooms including an oversized bonus room. Garnet fireplace. Freshly painted exterior. Side entrance garage. Great house in a great location!


4865 Waterbrooke Crossing

Asking Price - $269,900

Address 4865 Waterbrooke Crossing

Alpharetta GA, 30004

Subdivision - Waterbrooke

Bedrooms - 3

Bathrooms - 2.5


Location, location, close to everything, shopping, schools, Fowler Park, Greenway and easy access to GA 400. Alpharetta address with Forsyth County low taxes. Nice open floor plan with lots of natural light & many upgrades, coffered ceiling in dining, breakfast bar pendant lights, ORB light fixtures, ceiling fans and door handles, décora light switches thru out, granite and stainless steel appliances. Loft area set up as office, with upstairs laundry room. Amenities include swim, tennis and lawn care. Come view and see why you will want to have this as your next home.


3050 Greatwood Crossing

Asking Price - $799,999

Address 3050 Greatwood Crossing

Alpharetta GA, 30005

Subdivision - WINDWARD

Bedrooms - 6

Bathrooms - 5.5


Executive Home on The Golf Course of Georgia's Lakeside Course in Windward. This home offers $50K in recent upgrades, 3 fireplaces, finely appointed moldings and strikingly beautiful Floridian upgrades. The Kitchen has a commanding island, ss appliances, granite and views overlooking the fireside keeping room and golf course. The Master's Suite on the main level boasts a spa bath with high-end exotic marble and tiled walls. The Terrace Level has a stone wine cellar, theater, fireside family/recreation room. Enjoy outdoor living by the private pool/spa and large patio.


5385 Preserve Circle

Asking Price - $489,900

Address 410 Oxford Meadow Run

Alpharetta GA, 30004

Subdivision - Oxford Lakes

Bedrooms - 4

Bathrooms - 3.5


Sought after Oxford Lakes in Milton! 2.5 acres. Wonderful cul-de-sac lot. Freshly painted in neutral tone - your own clear canvas. First floor office or living room. Vaulted ceiling in greatroom open to kitchen. New granite in kitchen and new cooktop, great sized breakfast area. Room for large family, fully furnished, daylight lower level, big playroom,and full bath. New roof, all siding replaced w/hardy plank, new HVAC and new water heater. Private: Fulton County taxes $3546. Milton tax is $630.55. Text agent - Denise Joiner 404-307-7415 when entering property.


5385 Preserve Circle

Asking Price - $459,000

Address 5385 Preserve Circle

Alpharetta GA, 30005

Subdivision - Seven Oaks

Bedrooms - 5

Bathrooms - 4.5


TOTAL RENOVATION!THIS HOME W/5 BEDROOMS,4 FULL BATHROOMS, & 1 HALF BATH.BASEMENT FULLY FINISHED W/KITCHEN & FULL BATH.PERFECT FOR TEENS/IN LAW SUITE. LRG FRONT PORCH.GENUINE HARDWOOD FLOORS ON MAIN & UPPER FLOORS.GORGEOUS KITCHEN W/QUARTZ COUNTER TOPS & SS APPLIANCES W/BREAKFAST ROOM & VIEW TO FAMILY ROOM. FAMILY ROOM W/ FIREPLACE W/ BUILT IN BOOKCASES. MASTER BATH W/GARDEN TUB & STAND UP SHOWER & DOUBLE VANITIES. LARGE DECK OVERLOOKS SPACIOUS FENCED BACKYARD. GREAT FOR ENTERTAINING! TONS OF BUILT IN STORAGE! DON'T MISS THIS HOME!


Welcome to the Alpharetta Real Estate Website!

Based upon original research by Anne Rogers Ferguson


Alpharetta and Milton County can trace their history to the time of the resettlement of the Cherokee Indian Nation in the 1830’s. First, drawn by the promise of free Indian lands, a few somewhat itinerant setters moved into the area. These first pioneers were soon followed by permanent farmers and merchants who were the fortunate winners of the land lotteries of the early 1830’s. The first permanent landmark in the area was the New Prospect Campground, often referred to as the "Methodist Camp Ground". This campground was located next to a natural spring just north of the present "downtown" section of Alpharetta. A "Camp Meeting" in that era was the social and cultural highlight of the year for the families living on isolated farms with few travel options. 1858 was the year Alpharetta can date as its birth as a town. On December 11 of that year, Alpharetta was legally chartered. Prior to July of that year, the town was known as the "Town of Milton". The original town charter provided that the City could pass a tax on every grocery store, retailing liquor store, hallway and billiard table of not more than $25.00 per year. Another provision of that charter was the right to levy a tax of $25.00 on every show that may be exhibited within the City. The first report of the City Trustees showed a balance of $1,302. 00 for fiscal year 1859. A courthouse and jail were soon constructed, and with building costs being what they were, the final bill for the completed facility was $2,400.00. This building served as a landmark for the city limits because, according to the charter, the limits were to extend in a one-half mile radius from the Courthouse. By the time of the Civil War, Alpharetta had grown to a fair sized town with three hotels, several mercantile shops, numerous churches and a school. The farms around the area were for the most part small family farms and the majority of the farmers were not slave owners. In 1863, an epidemic of smallpox spread through town. In one instance, 16 cases of the disease were recorded in two families alone. Guards were hired to keep people from leaving their quarantine and thereby spreading the sickness further. Many of these early records are incomplete because as the left flank of the Union Army passed through Milton County, the original Courthouse was burned. In fairness, it was never established whether it was burned by the Union Troops or by retreating Confederate soldiers. In any case, one enterprising citizen, a Dr. O. P. Skeleton salvaged many of the court documents and carried them to a hiding place in Jackson County and promptly billed the City $30.00 for "services rendered". Later, the City paid O.P.’s friend, John Webb, $60.00 to bring them back. As the Civil War drew to a close, Alpharetta, along with the rest of the South, suffered a period of economic hardship. These "hard times" tended to draw folks together and a sense of community identity began to grow. But, as hard as these times were, Milton County faired better than many areas. Since the area was populated primarily by small farms and merchants, the collapse of the "Plantation" economy had nowhere near the impact as in other communities. In the next decades, growth in Milton County was steady, but never spectacular. The area was hampered by the lack of a railroad, around which most growth in those times was centered. The nearest railroad dead-ended at the river in Roswell. It is ironic that in those times a railroad was so important, but today the absence of a noisy and dangerous railroad track is considered desirable for community development. When the depression of the early 1930’s devastated the nation’s economy, Milton County found itself near bankruptcy. In order to save the area from disaster, it was decided that a merger of Milton County with Fulton County would be to everyone’s advantage. It was because of this merger that the first roads began to be paved. Until that time, the only paved roads in the area were State Highway 19 (now Highway 9) and 120 (now Old Milton Parkway). Today, Alpharetta is one of the fastest growing communities in the South. Its environment is considered ideal for raising families and living a quality lifestyle free from the problems found in so many similar sized cities.



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