234 Homes for Sale in Powder Springs, GA

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Powder Springs Home Trends

Located about 22 miles from the city center, Powder Springs is a sought-after Atlanta suburb, and its popularity has zero signs of slowing down. Along with having commercial and residential land for sale, a $126 million construction project will add nearly 700 homes to the area. Powder Springs' historic downtown is also undergoing revitalization. The town plans to transform the district into a multi-use commercial hub featuring a pedestrian-friendly al fresco mall, water sculptures, a central park, a live performance stage, and more. Powder Springs mainly consists of subdivisions that feature a variety of architectural styles, including mid-size traditional houses, ranch-style homes, and sprawling mansions. Neighborhoods like Springbrook Estates are common in Powder Springs and are regarded for their open kitchen floor plans, spacious rooms, and luxury amenities like a community pool, lighted tennis courts, and a clubhouse. The average home price in Powder Springs is $205,000, with prices expected to increase.

Powder Springs Attractions

Since Powder Springs is so close to Atlanta, many residents travel into the city for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Six Flags Over Georgia is 12 miles away and Sweetwater Creek State Park is 10 miles away. Cheer on the Atlanta Braves after exploring the Battery Atlanta, a mixed-use commercial hub adjacent to the stadium filled with restaurants and sports bars. However, Powder Springs does have its own opportunities for fun within the city limits. Seven Springs Water Park allows locals to cool off during the summer heat, while the Silver Comet Trail provides scenic trails for hiking and biking. Powder Springs' event calendar stays full year-round as well. Brown Bag Concert Series, Fall Festival Trunk-or-Treat, and Throwback Thursday Picnic in the Park are just a few examples of the town's family-friendly events.

Powder Springs Schools

Powder Springs has seven public schools and two private schools. The town is part of Cobb County Schools, which consistently ranks as one of the best school districts in the Atlanta area. Powder Springs elementary schools shine in particular. Varner Elementary School and Powder Springs Elementary School rank as some of the best public elementary schools in the state. Powder Springs is about a 30-minute or less drive to several colleges and universities, including Mercer University Douglas, Kennesaw State University, and Kennesaw State University-Marietta Campus. The suburb is also convenient to Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University, Spelman College, Morehouse College, and Clark Atlanta University.

Commuting in Powder Springs

Like many cities in the metro area, commuting into Atlanta from Powder Springs means experiencing congested traffic sometimes. Driving is the most popular mode of transportation, while carpooling and rideshare services are also common. The average commute is about 35 minutes. Cobb Linc provides bus services throughout Cobb County. Cobb Linc also provides park and ride services to MARTA stations. The closest MARTA station is Hamilton E. Holmes Station, which has free parking if you prefer to drive there. From the Hamilton E. Holmes Station, residents can travel the Blue Line into Five Points or the Red Line into Buckhead.