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Ball Ground is perfectly quaint, friendly, and quirky. The city center is like Main Street USA, with farms and estates on the outskirts of town. With no high rises or busy intersections, this is a classic small town with a warm personality.Search All Ball Ground Real Estate and Homes for Sale
BALL GROUND AT A GLANCE
Ball Ground is the closest thing to Mayberry you will find in metro Atlanta. The iconic main street area looks like a throwback to yesteryear, with locally owned and operated shops, restaurants, and businesses. Ball Ground Real Estate ranges from historic homes dating back to the 1800’s to newer communities of craftsman style homes. There are no high rises or high density developments in Ball Ground. Surrounding the town are acreage farms and custom estates.
A top tourist destination, Gibbs Gardens, features a 220 acre paradise of 16 world glass gardens. The Ball Ground community is warm and friendly and has several festivals each year, including a Main Street City Park concert and movie, a Faith and Freedom festival with fireworks for Independence Day, and a March of the Toys parade with Santa to support Toys for Tots. The City of Ball Ground is committed to bringing quality development and businesses to the community, trademarking its business slogan, “Where we Roll Out the Red Carpet, Not the Red Tape”, offering its warm greeting to residents and businesses alike. Ball Ground lays claim to fame with both Tom Cruise and Tyler Perry recently using the town to film movies.
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Why do we love Ball Ground?
Small town pace of life
Describe A Perfect Day in Ball Ground
I’d start the day by taking the kids to play in the city park for a few hours. Once we’ve all worked up an appetite, I’d be sure to visit the Burger Bus for lunch. After those big burgers, I’d need to walk around town for a while. Which would lead enjoying the local shops and friendly neighbors. Afterwards, I’d take the family to explore Poole’s Covered Bridge that was built in 1901. we’d finish the day by visiting Gibbs Gardens and relaxing in the serenity of their Japanese gardens.
One Thing to Know about Living in Ball Ground?
It’s not all farmers and farmhouses out here. There are many housing options from subdivisions to homes on acreage.