History flows through the veins of this southern city, but Lawrenceville knows its residents need and want some thought for the future. Commuter buses and a county transit system make driving an option for most residents. From the edge of town to the lush historic court house building close to natural springs, it only takes minutes to drive anywhere. From Aberdon Forest to Woodland Lane Estates, Lawrenceville has a plethora of neighborhoods providing low to moderately priced single family homes and condos to new residents. Lush greenery and old oak and pine trees continue to stand strong throughout many of the neighborhoods, maintaining a more historic look in the city. Located about 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta in Gwinnet County, it is possible to commute to and from Atlanta for work.

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Named after James Lawrence, the commander of the Frigate Chesapeake in the War of 1812, Lawrenceville, Georgia prides itself on preserving its history while focusing on the future. The 13 mile wide suburb offers new residents single family homes and townhomes in both historic and new constructions areas. Downtown Lawrenceville provides residents an opportunity to learn more about its rich southern history, including two college campuses.

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