Even though Auburn only has about 7,000 residents, there is still quite a bit to do. You can talk a walk through the city's historic district, go hiking through Little Mulberry Park, visit the library or museum, shop at a local boutique, watch movies in the park or eat at one of the local restaurants. Auburn is close to a few other small towns such as Dacula, Lawrenceville, Buford and Woodstock that offer more nearby parks, lakes, restaurants, shopping centers and gyms. That means you can have a nice sized home and a spacious yard, and you still have access to great amenities. You don't need a big town for an exciting life, and Auburn is the perfect example of that fact.
The small, quaint town of Auburn, Georgia offers its residents sprawling yards just 42 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta and 27 miles west of Athens. Many of the homes available are large single family homes that give off a rural feeling. You can find classic homey styles such as Cape Cod, Colonial, cottage-style, Craftsman and traditional ranch dotted throughout the little town. If a large family home isn't what you are looking for, you can also find a more modest sized home. You can find a home near the heart of Auburn, or a little farther out with a bit more privacy. All-in-all the homes available in Auburn are relatively low priced compared to the national average.SHOW MORE