Duluth Homes for Sale
Located in Gwinnett County Georgia, Duluth is a northeastern suburb of Atlanta and home to about 30,000 residents. It's north of Interstate 85 and home to the Gwinnett Place Mall, the Civic and Cultural Center, the Hudgens Center for the Arts and the Red Clay Theater. Duluth has been ranked by Forbes as one of America's best places to live and one of the more affordable suburbs in Georgia by Business Week.
Downtown Duluth is a thriving business district with many shops, restaurants, and dining options. Duluth hosts an annual Fall Festival in September in the town center and has a vibrant Parks and Recreation Department. There are seven parks as well as the Festival Center and the city hosts several sports including tennis, ballet, and soccer. The West Gwinnett Aquatic Center is also close by with water activities, swimming, and clubs. [City Hall Pictured]
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Listing information last updated on July 25, 2021 at 3:00 AM EST.
Duluth is run by the Gwinnett County public school system and features five elementary schools, two middle schools, and the Duluth high school. There are four private schools as well including the Atlanta Adventist Academy, Duluth Junior Academy, Duluth Montessori school, and the Notre Dame Academy. These are all part of the Gwinnett County Public Library system and there's a branch in Duluth.
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- Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology
Duluth real estate
The median home value is currently about $212,000 and 54% of Duluth residents own their own homes. According to niche.com, Duluth receives an overall score of an A+ with a #4 as one of the best places to live in Gwinnett County. It offers excellent housing, perfect for families, great public schools, lots of activities and diversity. The median household income is about 65,000 residents.
What do residents have to say?
"I've been living here since 2009, and I will say that Duluth is very enjoyable. It has a very decent public education system, with the schools doing a god job at teaching the kids. Additionally, there are a lot of stores such as Walmart, Target, Home Depot, etc. So as long as you have a car, shopping for necessities will not be an issue. Additionally, there are even places where you can go to have fun! Sugarloaf hills isn't too far away, and theres also Regal Cinema and Dave and Busters within a 10-20 minute drive. The community there is also very diverse! There is just so much to experience in a suburb, it is actually kind of crazy. Moreover, the living costs here are not too bad as long as you just find the right place for the right price. Don't worry, there are many places for you to settle down. The only downsides are that You just can't go anywhere without car, and that the minimum wage is like $8 an hour. Other than that, Duluth is a very suitable place for people to live." - Niche.com
Duluth is bordered by Berkeley Lake, Johnson, and Arbor Trace. It's 35 minutes or about 27 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta. Major shopping areas such as H Mart, Walmart, Costco, Whole Foods Market, Target, and the West Gwinnett parking aquatic center all surrounding the community within about 5 to 10 minutes for most homes.
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