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Roswell’s urban charm blended with southern hospitality creates a city rich with art and history just outside Atlanta. Eclectic dining and shopping, as well a scenic nature parks along the Chattahoochee River offer diverse experiences.Search All Roswell Real Estate
ROSWELL AT A GLANCE
Roswell is a sought after destination with its prime location on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River, only minutes to downtown Atlanta. Offering some of the most unique and diverse local shopping and dining in metro Atlanta, Roswell has a high quality of life with its combination of southern charm and modern conveniences, interspersed with its natural beauty.
Roswell has over 900 acres of parkland, complete with athletic complexes as well as some of the most popular interconnecting nature and biking trail systems in metro Atlanta. Roswell’s trail system connects the city with the nearby Alpharetta greenway via the Big Creek Park trails. Roswell trails also join the Chattahoochee River National Park Recreation Area via the beautiful Vickery Creek Covered Pedestrian Bridge trail. The Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell features 127 acres of native plants and gardens along the Chattahoochee River.
Roswell is a top location for its arts, educational and career opportunities, offering nationally ranked public schools as well as top private schools and satellite university options for higher education, as well as quick access to top universities in Atlanta. The Roswell Cultural Arts Center is a 600-seat performing and visual arts center, offering a diverse program of music, dance, puppetry, plays, pageants and events.
Roswell real estate is more densely populated than communities located farther from Atlanta. Subdivisions with amenities like pools and tennis courts, as well as attached multi-family homes within walking distance to entertainment, restaurants, and shopping are options in this sought after location.
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Why do we love Roswell?
An urban feel in the suburbs.
Describe Our Perfect Day in Roswell
A visit to the waterfall and historical ruins at the Roswell mill, where I would make sand castles by the river with my children while my husband got some fishing in. Historical Roswell is just down the street from the mill, where we would grab some lunch on one of the patios of the many local restaurants and peruse through the boutique shops. After lunch we may head up to North Point Mall for some more shopping and a ride on the carousel, or if the weather is good we could swing by the Chattahoochee Nature Center for a short hike and some animal encounters. In the evening we’d relax over dinner at one of the many amazing restaurants around town.
One Thing Someone Looking to Live in Roswell Should Know?
It has the benefits of the big city while maintaining a family friendly feeling in an upscale environment.