A notable suburb ofAtlanta‘Where People Matter’, according to its slogan,Loganville, Georgia, enjoys a small town feel while also having access to the largest metropolitan area in the southeast. In Loganville, homes follow the pattern of the housing market in much of the north-central Georgia area. Stylish, new developments are characterized by mixed brick, stone, and stucco exteriors and simple, elegant interiors. From a few thousand square feet to upwards of 6000 square feet, Loganville homes are customizable in both layout and size.
The nearly 4000 Loganville households with approximately 10,000 residents typically live in one of the newer or established subdivisions that are a hallmark of the Gwinnett County-Walton County region. Six square miles of land are divided into hundreds of distinctive neighborhoods and communities, some with their own recreational facilities, community centers, and clubhouses. For those on a budget, Creekwood, Eagle Crossing, Firethorn, Lake Carlton, and Overlook Point offer homes at fairly affordable price points for a variety for families. On the other hand, some of the most affluent subdivisions in Loganville include Bay Creek, Cedar Brook Estates, Cevera Lakes, Indian Shoals, Haynes Creek, and McCullers Acres. Prospective buyers will find more than three dozen subdivision communities that boast attractive homes with middle-of-the-road prices, including Grand Oak, Forest Ridge, Hidden Creek, Ivy Fork, Gates of Rock Springs, Park Place, and Timber Valley.
Over one dozen public schools serve the area through the Walton County Public School System, providing convenient education options for the children and youth of Loganville while also creating teaching, staffing, and administration jobs for many of its residents. Two private religious schools, Loganville Christian Academy and Trinity Prep School, also serve the area and are main sources of employment. The Vines Botanical Gardens are located in Loganville and attract visitors from near and far, in addition to hiring gardeners, landscapers, and administrators year-round. Still, many Loganville residents choose to commute into Atlanta or a nearby suburb, which offer abundant employment options.