A mid-sized suburb of the metro Atlanta area, McDonough, Georgia, is a popular place to live, work, and play close enough to the big city for convenience but far enough away to enjoy a low-key vibe. The multitude of subdivisions that run through McDonough are lush with a variety of modern American houses that are expansive and accommodating to families of all sizes. Homes in the area offer perks like big backyards, easy walking distance to the downtown, and community centers and playgrounds.
1 - 15 of 194 Results
Like many other historical downtowns in the southeast, McDonough's main street district is home to a county courthouse, an antiquated jail, a welcome center, and hospitality office, all built around the structure of a traditional town square. Most of the subdivisions and neighborhoods are spread out in the locations outside of the downtown, towards the most suburban areas in McDonough. A few of the most affordable of these neighborhoods include Bridges Crossing, Eagle Lake, and Wesley Lakes, while more affluent ones include Eagles Landing and Lake Dow. Three unincorporated communities, Flippen, Ola, and Kelleytown, are located within McDonough, and stand out on their own as distinctive enclaves within the region. One other area, Blacksville, is census designated as its own locality but is still contained with the bounds of McDonough.
Home Buying Resources
Ask a Question
Recently asked questions in Georgia. More Q&A
Contact a Local Agent
Connect with Buyer Agents in your area to get your questions answered.