Johns Creek Homes for Sale

Johns Creek is a city in Fulton County Georgia just 30 miles north of downtown Atlanta. This northeastern suburb of Atlanta and part of the Atlanta Metro area has been ranked as one of the best cities to live in the country. It's sparse, suburban feel, a wide variety of restaurants and parks, and a great school system make Johns Creek an ideal place to call home. Read on below the listings to learn more about Johns Creek.

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Dating back to the early 19th century, Johns Creek was dotted with trading posts along the Chattahoochee River in the Cherokee territory. These trading posts gradually became crossroad communities or folks would gather and sell their crops. In 1981, a group of Georgia Institute of Technology graduates purchased over 1700 acres of farmland near McGinnis Ferry and Medlock Bridge roads, crossroad communities for the last 100 years. They designed a high-tech office park similar to Peachtree Corners and they named their mixed-use master-planned community Technology Park/Johns Creek. This is actually the first reference to Johns Creek as a location. The area grew to become home to 200 tech companies, many of them Fortune 500 firms, and with those jobs came housing, shopping centers, and the population increased to about 60,000.

In 2000, the movement to incorporate Johns Creek into a city slowly developed, and residents wanted more control over traffic and quality of life. In 2006, the city's first elected officials were voted into office and the city of John's Creek became official in December of that year.

Johns Creek Schools

Johns Creek is part of the Fulton County school system and features nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and access to three high schools, the Chattahoochee, Johns Creek and Northview. There are several private schools as well including the Cresco Montessori school, the Providence Christian Academy, Perimeter school, and Woodward Academy. All of these schools receive high marks in our top-rated among the best schools in the state.

Of the 83,000 population, 76% are homeowners with a median home value of $382,000 and a median rent of about $1500. Because this is a larger city, there are multiple events, activities, and annual festivals, but the city also has a variety of outdoor hidden gems such as Newtown Park, fitness facilities, outdoor operations and restaurants, retail establishments and fine dining. With the vibrant parks and recreational department, the Mark Burkhalter amphitheater and dozens of hiking and biking trails, there is never a shortage of things to do, see, and explore in Johns Creek.

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