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website dedicated to assist customers who are interested in
exploring the possibilities of living in Peachtree City Ga. and its
surrounding areas. Peachtree City has much to offer and hopefully we
can answer all of your real estate related questions. With home
prices ranging from under 100K to easily over 1M, Peachtree City Ga. has
a diverse range of varying options available to all. Room to
breathe, close proximity to both the airport and downtown Atlanta,
great infrastructure including restaurants, shopping and sports
facilities, and, of course, 80 miles of golf cart trails, make
Peachtree City and its great real estate, one of the most desired cities to live in, for its
size, in the USA.
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PEACHTREE CITY Ga. Real Estate
real estate is one of the most well thought of communities in the United States.
A recent CNN poll (please see below) rated it #8 within towns of its size, and there
have been many other accolades as well. Peachtree City real estate is a planned
development and it includes plenty of green space for the enjoyment
of its citizens.
real estate is composed of 4 villages all of them offering shopping and many
other amenities. In terms of infrastructure, Peachtree City Ga. has
three golf courses, 2 lakes, an aquatic center, a tennis center, its
own amphitheater, many restaurants, and of course, 80 miles of golf
city's signature features are its golf cart trails. It's over 80
miles connect Peachtree City Ga. to all of its many neighborhoods and make getting
around very easy for all. You will rarely find a Peachtree City Ga. home
without an electric golf cart. On any given day, you will find
Peachtree City parents driving their kids to school, going to the
bank, or doing things that most people would normally use a car as
their means of transportation.
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PEACHTREE CITY Ga. Real Estate
In the 1950's, a
group of real estate developers amassed over 12,000 acres in Fayette
County Ga. to build a planned community. Peachtree City was chartered
March 9, 1959. The city was planned to be developed into villages,
each with its own real estate, shopping areas, recreational facilities, and
elementary schools. Peachtree City has four current villages. They are Aberdeen,
Braelinn, Glenloch and Kedron.
original plan, Peachtree City was expected to have between 75,000
and 80,000 residents. In the mid 1970s, the Land Use Plan was
revised to allow for between 40,000 and 50,000
PEACHTREE CITY Ga. Real Estate
additional village may become part of Peachtree City Ga. Approximately
1200 acres lie on the city's northwest boundary, and the City has
indicated to the property's various owners that, if a village
comparable to the existing villages is planned, the City will
consider annexing this property. The development of this real estate would
add approximately 4,000 more residents to Peachtree City ga, bringing
the final population to approximately 40,000.
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Top 10 in MONEY´s Best Places to Live in U.S.
Peachtree City has again earned a national
accolade as one of the best places to live in the United States.
MONEY magazine and CNN/MONEY ranked Peachtree
City eighth in the country among cities with more than 14,000
people. The "Best Places" list was compiled by weighing data such as
economics, education and safety factors, which counted twice as much
as arts, leisure and park space. MONEY writers also consulted
residents and community leaders.
In its online write-up, CNN/MONEY credited the
quality of the school system and the low crime rate. Also noted was
the structure of the city, which includes four villages and the
famous golf cart path system, which stretches for more than 80
"Despite tremendous sprawl around Atlanta over
the past decade, Peachtree City bursts with green, thanks to a rule
that limits development and commercial signage," the article notes.
The August magazine features the magazine´s accounting of its
rankings, including details about the Top 10 and Top 100. The
magazine will be on newsstands Monday, July 25.
The information is available online at
Data used for the survey came from OnBoard, a
private company that maintains a database of nearly 40,000 cities.
"We wanted to identify places where you would
want to raise your family and build your career - places with good
schools, safe streets, economic opportunity and plenty of arts and
leisure activities," said MONEY Managing Editor Eric Schurenberg. "America´s
100 Best Places to Live all offer those things."
Peachtree City Mayor Steve Brown escorted
MONEY representatives around town several weeks ago, on short
notice: the company gave a 10-minute advance warning they were
dropping in at City Hall.
"I took her around the city and talked it up,"
Brown said, adding that the selection was a "great" honor.
The only other Georgia city that made the Top
100 list was Evans, near Augusta on the state´s eastern border with
The accolade from MONEY comes on the heels of
the study of the city´s cart path system being presented to the
international community by a former Georgia Tech professor, Brown
noted. He thinks the city´s efforts on its image outside the city
are working, including the marketing plan, new slogan and logos and
the use of the city´s Tourism Association.
"We´ve really worked hard to do this kind of
thing and it´s paying big dividends," Brown said.
Moorestown, N.J. was named the best place to
live by MONEY, followed in order by Bainbridge Island, Wash.;
Naperville, Ill.; Vienna, Va.; Louisville, Colo.; Barrington, R.I.;
and Middleton, Wis. Mill Valley, Calif. rounded out the top 10.
MONEY, published by Time, Inc. is the
country´s largest financial publication with a circulation of 1.9
"I knew we had a chance being in the top 10
after I had given the Money Magazine crew a tour a month ago," said
Brown upon hearing the news.
Various criteria are used to determine how a
city ranks as one of the best places to live. Peachtree City was one
of only two Georgia cities to make it into the top 100. "The one
thing that stands out about Peachtree City is that we deliver an
incredible quality of life at a very affordable price," said Brown.
Peachtree City had a lower sales tax, auto insurance premium, and
average home price than the average of the 100 best cities.
In June, Peachtree City received international
attention as the focus of a study conducted by the University
College London. The study examined the city´s extensive multi-use
path system. The study´s author, Dr. Ruth Conroy-Dalton, described
Peachtree City as the "blue-print of a ?protopia,´ presenting a
principle by which American suburbia could be transformed into
sustainable communities." Dr. Conroy-Dalton also pointed out that
the multi-use path system has a number of social, economic, and
environmental benefits that make Peachtree City an example for other
urban areas to follow.
"We have done a lot in the last three years to
promote the virtues of the Peachtree City lifestyle and those
efforts have certainly paid off with increased funding opportunities
and national recognition," said Brown. "Our goal now is to do our
best to preserve the preserve the assets within our city that make
it special for our future generations."
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