Lawrenceville Georgia sits in Gwinnet County and is a major northeast suburb of Atlanta. Large, two-story homes dominate the neighborhoods, but there are still plenty of options in the lower price brackets. The Georgian Colonial style is common in this market, particularly in the city's affluent neighborhoods. Plus, many of these homes sit on large parcels of land.
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Churches, civic buildings, industrial parks and single-story retail shops occupy most of the space in downtown Lawrenceville. A few neighborhoods are scattered throughout this central part of town and consist mostly of small, older craftsman and country-style homes. North Lawrenceville houses several expansive apartment and townhome communities, but much of this area is occupied by major retailers and distributors. The majority of prospective homebuyers look to the south end of the city where they find plenty of tree-lined streets and lots of room to breathe. Residents in this part of town still enjoy easy access to major highways. As a bonus, they're close to schools, parks, trails and the Gwinnett County Fair complex. Buyers looking for larger plots of land might consider the southwest neighborhoods surrounding Trimble Mill Park. This area offers a good mix of new and seasoned subdivisions, but prices tend to be on the upper end of the scale.
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