A suburb of theAtlantametropolitan area,Stone Mountain, Georgia offers all of the amenities of southern living at prices that will help to you stay within your budget. Between a warm climate, great food, and stunning views of its namesake, Stone Mountain, this small town will find you relaxing to the sounds of running streams and wind-blown trees, far from the hustle and bustle of a major city. Stone Mountain also offers a competitive real estate market, with prices running below average on impressive three-and-four bedroom homes and much more.
Located in the eastern part of Dekalb County, Stone Mountain was host to some of the 1996 Olympic Games. But its history goes back much farther, as the area was a source of contention during the Civil War. In fact, Stone Mountain village was raised by men under the command of General James B. McPherson in July 1864. The actual landmark, Stone Mountain, which is one of the city’s primary attractions, also features a large carving commemorating Confederate leaders. More than 5 miles in circumference at its base, Stone Mountain is located in Stone Mountain Park, a state park which includes a museum and tourist railroad among other features. Visitors to the park also have options such as a Summit Skyride, hiking, fishing, grilling and camping.
Wade-Walker Park is another well-known and well-traveled locale in the city. The park features 177 acres of hiking and biking trails, pavilions and a fishing pier. For sports enthusiasts, Wade-Walker hosts several sports and activities for the children of Stone Mountain, such as football, soccer and cheerleading. Stone Mountain offers economic incentives to foster business development in the city as well. The Stone Mountain Village Business Association is a non-profit organization comprised largely of local business owners and residents which provides support and resources to current and prospective entrepreneurs in Stone Mountain. Their goal is to further strengthen what is already a friendly and inviting business environment. Low tax rates and reduced regulation provide additional incentives for small businesses as well as large corporations looking to make the city their operational headquarters. Whether it is for the rural, small town feel, the warm climate, the business environment, or the multitude of activities that are available, Stone Mountain, Georgia offers a diverse array of opportunities for prospective home buyers looking to relocate to the area. For more information on available properties, browse our current listings.