Homes for Sale In Loganville, GA

Homes for Sale In Loganville, GA

Located about 35 miles east of Atlanta, Loganville is home to around 12,000 people. It serves as something of a regional center for the area and is known for its entertainment options and its great housing. If you’re ready to look for some homes for sale in Loganville, GA, take a look at the information presented here. It will give you an idea of what life in Loganville would be like.

Included below are homes for sale in Loganville. If you would like more information on any of these Loganville real estate listings, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We can provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of homes recently sold nearby, and more.

Homes For Sale In Loganville July 24, 2021
Avg. DOM
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
Med. List Price
140 Properties
Page 1 of 12
Listings identified with the FMLS IDX logo come from FMLS and are held by brokerage firms other than the owner of this website and the listing brokerage is identified in any listing details. Information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. If you believe any FMLS listing contains material that infringes your copyrighted work, please click here to review our DMCA policy and learn how to submit a takedown request. © 2021 First Multiple Listing Service, Inc.

Listing information last updated on July 25, 2021 at 1:45 AM EST.

More on Real Estate in LoganvilleLoganville

Loganville is mostly situated in Walton County, although some of the city does spill over into Gwinnet County. Originally, it was going to be called Buncombe, but in 1887, it was officially incorporated as Loganville. The city was named for James Harvie Logan, one of the earliest settlers. Today, Loganville covers 7.4 square miles of land.

According to the 2010 census, Loganville has a population of almost 10,500. Today, that population is estimated at around 12,500. Loganville’s initial population was 242 in 1880, and until the 1970s, there remained fewer than 1,000 people living in the city. The city began expanding in the 1980s. By 1990, there were more than 3,000 people in Loganville. That number increased to over 5,000 in 2000. Ten years later, the population had doubled, and it continues to rise today, though not quite as quickly.

Loganville Schools

Loganville is served by a number of different schools. While most of these schools are within the Walton County Public School System, those located in the part of the city within Gwinnett county are part of the Gwinnett County Public School System.

Elementary Schools In Loganville

  • Bay Creek Elementary School
  • Blaine Street Elementary School
  • Loganville Elementary School
  • Magill Elementary School
  • Rosebud Elementary School
  • Sharon Elementary School
  • Walnut Grove Elementary School
  • Youth Elementary School

Middle Schools In Loganville

  • Grace Snell Middle School
  • Loganville Middle School
  • McConnell Middle School
  • Youth Middle School

High Schools In Loganville

  • Grayson High School
  • Loganville High School
  • Walnut Grove High School

There are also three private schools in Loganville:

  • Loganville Christian Academy
  • Trinity Prep School
  • Victory Baptist School

Loganville students can attend the Performance Learning Center, a dual enrollment school with students from both Loganville High School and Monroe Area High School.

After high school, students have a number of nearby colleges and universities to select from. These include Georgia Gwinnett College, Gwinnett Technical College, Strayer University-Georgia, DeVry University-Georgia, and Emory University.

Loganville Real Estate Market

The median value of a home in Loganville is around $185,000. That’s a little higher than the state average of $173,000. Detached single-family homes are typically valued slightly higher at $189,000. Townhouses, on the other hand, are usually much below average. You may be able to purchase a townhouse for as little as $120,000. These prices are considerably lower than the state average of $247,000 for single-family homes and $231,000 for townhouses. Housing prices have appreciated over the past ten years by 9.5%.

Property taxes tend to range between $1,550 and $2,000.

New homes are being built in Loganville at a fairly high rate. In 2017, for example, 184 housing permits were pulled. In fact, since 2015, over 100 construction permits have been issued every year. These homes cost an average of $138,000.

About two-thirds of all homes in Loganville are owner-occupied, with the rest serving as rental properties. About 29% of the population of Loganville rents, which is lower than the state average. Vacant homes for sale in Loganville, GA, typically hit the market at $233,000 on average. Most of these homes are three- or four-bedroom. Smaller homes in the area are generally rental properties. Less than 200 owner-occupied homes are two-bedroom.

Homes in Loganville are mostly newer properties. Many of these homes were built after 1980, although there are still some houses from the early 1930s in the city. The average age of a home in Loganville is around 20 years, which is still new enough that you shouldn’t have many structural or other major issues. You may want to remodel, however, if the flooring, cabinets, and other décor are still the original.

Contact a Loganville Realtor®

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the Best Way to Get to Loganville by Road?

If you’re driving into Loganville, you can take US Route 78 from Monroe or from Atlanta. If you’re coming from the northwest, you can take GA State Route 20. It connects Loganville to Lawrenceville. GA State Route 81 provides easy access from Winder and Covington.

Is There an Airport in Loganville?

There is no public airport in the city. However, the privately- owned and operated Spring Valley Farm Airport is in Loganville. If you plan on flying to your destination, you’ll need to go to Atlanta.

What’s the Cost of Living in Loganville?

Loganville’s cost of living is slightly lower than the national average. It rates at 95.1, almost five full points below the average. The cost of living in Atlanta is 99.1, only slightly below the average.

What is Loganville’s Zip Code?

Loganville has one zip code: 30052.

What Are the Most Prevalent Industries in Loganville?

If you’re looking for work in Loganville, you’ll find that there are many jobs available in construction, healthcare, education, and accommodations/food services. The most common jobs are administrative/office work, sales, production, and installation and maintenance.

What’s the Weather Like in Loganville?

Loganville is fairly comfortable much of the year, but it can get very warm during the summer. In July, for example, highs are usually in the 90s. Triple digit temperatures aren’t unheard of, either. The city gets about 49 inches of rain on average, which is above the national average of 38 inches. Loganville doesn’t seem much snow—normally there’s about an inch during the winter.

What’s the Average Commute Time?

On average, residents of Loganville spend about 30 minutes traveling to work each day. Those who work in Atlanta will have a commute of about 45 minutes one-way.

Things to Do in Loganville

The Vines Botanical Gardens is one of the most popular activities to do in Loganville. These gardens take up 25 acres and are open daily. You can stroll among the various flowers, water gardens, rose garden, and arboretum for as long as you like. The garden railroad is a small model railroad featuring over 1,000 feet of track and a number of miniature models of famous buildings. Swan Lake and a Koi pond provide relaxing grounds to sit and enjoy the outdoors. There’s also a restaurant and a special events room you can reserve.

The Washington Strawberry Farm is about 30 minutes from Loganville, but it’s well worth the drive. You can pick fresh strawberries for a small fee, and your kids will have a lot of fun participating in the farm’s different events. Saturdays are an especially great time to visit the farm due to the Super Spring Saturdays events. You should always call ahead to check if the farm is open before heading out—they do close due to weather and may also be picked out if a lot of people visit that day.

If you enjoy the strawberry farm, you may also enjoy Double Durango Farm. You and your family can take a tour of the farm, enjoy a goat yoga class, and play with the little goats. They have goat yoga classes for children, seniors, and for private groups.

The Camp Carousel Petting Zoo features goats, camels, horses, rabbits, and many more animals. You can even have your child’s birthday party at the zoo complete with bouncy house and time to play with the animals.

Love golf? You’ll enjoy hitting the course near Cedar Lake. The Cedar Lake Golf Course offers 18 holes, a pro shop, practice facilities, professional lessons, and more. If you’re really into the sport, you can even joint the Cedar Lake Golf Association and play in one of their tournaments.

Antiquing is a popular pastime in Loganville, and there are a number of great antique stores you can visit in the city and the surrounding areas. Yesteryears Treasures Reborn, My Sister’s Antiques, and the Little Green House Antiques store are three of the most recommended.

Parks in Loganville

Loganville has five major parks:

  • Bay Creek Park features a playground, ball field, seven baseball/softball fields, a skating complex, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a lighted walking trail.
  • Destination Park has a great playground, an area designed for toddlers, shaded walking paths, and a pavilion you can rent for special occasions.
  • Meridian Park is 24 acres of beautiful wilderness. A walking trail loops around the lake, and there are a number of picnic tables and benches for enjoying a meal outdoors. Fishing is also available at Meridian Park.
  • Vines Park features a paved walking trail and the Vines Botanical Gardens. As mentioned above, these gardens include many different curated flower beds and the model railroad.
  • West Walton Park has eight baseball and softball parks, two football fields, concession stands, pavilions, and several playgrounds.

Living in Loganville

Should you start looking at homes for sale in Loganville, GA? The city combines relaxed, suburban living while still providing fairly easy access to the Atlanta Metro area. If you’re considering a move to the heart of Georgia but would rather not live in Atlanta itself, Loganville offers a nice alternative.