RoswellLocated conveniently up Georgia-400, Roswell, Alpharetta, and Johns Creek offer the suburban feel without being too far from downtown Atlanta. These three neighborhoods continue to stand out as top places to live in the US by USA today. Roswell boasts a friendly suburban feel with beautiful waterfalls and walking trails, and a booming downtown square. The Historic District is the heart of the downtown area, and the town square plays host to many festivals and events that keep a strong sense of community alive. Plus, this is a city for outdoor lovers, and residents take full advantage of the many parks and trails. In Roswell, architectural styles range from historic colonial to modern homes with a variety of upscale amenities. Roswell is the 9th largest city in Georgia with about 95,00 residents according to the 2020 U.S. census.
Roswell is home to many low-rise condominiums, apartments, townhomes, and single family homes. Architectural styles range from historic colonial to modern homes.
● Roswell North and Vickery Mill Elementary Schools
● Crabapple, Elkins Pointe, and Holcomb Bridge Middle Schools
● Roswell and Centennial High Schools
LANDMARKS & FAVORITES
Atlanta Rowing Club
Chattahoochee Nature Center
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area