Sandy Springs

With its prime location in the metropolitan Atlanta area, Sandy Springs offers something for everyone. Incorporated in 2005, Sandy Springs is Georgia’s sixth largest city and the second largest city in the metropolitan Atlanta area. In 2015 Money.com ranked the metropolitan area of Sandy Springs, Atlanta and Roswell as the second Best City in the U.S. for Millennials and according to Livablity.com. Sandy Springs ranks 36 among the top 100 Best Places to Live. Award winning hospitals such as Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Northside Atlanta and Emory Saint Joseph’s are all located in the Sandy Springs / Perimeter community. City Springs will soon be the center point for Sandy Springs. Sandy Springs real estate offers a variety of neighborhoods for singles, families and seniors.

Sandy Springs Real Estate

Sandy Springs offers its residents a variety of home styles and neighborhoods including traditional single-family homes in well-established neighborhoods, swim & tennis neighborhoods, large estates and modern new construction town-homes and lofts.

Neighborhoods include:
Aberdeen Forest
Meadowbrook
Blue Stone Lofts
North Harbor
Brookhaven Lakes
North Springs
Cameron Glen
Princeton Square
CityWalk Heights
River Chase
Gates at Glenridge
Rivershore Estates
Gates on the River
Riverside Estates
Glen Errol
The Branches
Grogan’s Bluff
The Highlands of Sandy Springs
Huntcliff
Wembley Hall
Londonberry Neighborhood

Life in Sandy Springs

The new City Springs development makes Sandy Springs an even more desirable place to live. City Springs incorporates mixed-use development including dining, high-end residential living, retail and entertainment. The project also includes a new civic/cultural center, city offices, meeting space, performing arts facility and green space.

The City Walk Shopping district and The Prado offer a variety of dining options, boutiques, and specialty shops. Perimeter Mall, Lenox Square, Phipps Plaza and the Avalon are just a short drive or MARTA ride away. Blue Grotto Sushi, Tapas, & Bar, Breadwinner Bakery & Café, Brooklyn Café, Hearth Pizza Tavern, Ray’s on the River, Rumi’s Kitchen and Three Sheets and just a few of the favorite local restaurants.

Heritage Sandy Springs is a gathering point for residents and where many festivals, concerts and other events are held. Sandy Springs is home to a variety of annual events including The Sandy Springs Festival, Heritage Sandy Springs Farmers Market, Rhythm & Brews, Movies by Moonlight, Winter Classic Concerts and the 4th of July Fireworks display at the King and Queen buildings.

With more than 950 acres of parkland, 16 City Parks, 3 National Parks and miles of riverside hiking, Sandy Springs residents  can participate in many recreational activities. One of the most popular of these spaces includes the Morgan Falls Overlook which offers fishing piers, boat docks, public restrooms, and some of the best scenic views possible in Sandy Springs.

Local Parks include:
Abernathy Greenway Park
Hammond Park
Allen Park
Lost Corner Preserve
Big Tree Preserve Forest
Morgan Falls Ball Fields
Chattahoochee River: East Palisades
Morgan Falls Overlook and Dog Park
Chattahoochee River: Island Ford
Ridgeview Park
Chattahoochee River: Powers Island
Sandy Springs Historical Site
Sandy Springs Tennis Center

Schools

Fulton County School System http://www.fultonschools.org/en serves the residents of Sandy Springs. Riverwood International Charter School is centrally located in Sandy Springs, offering both the International Studies Magnet and International Baccalaureate Programs to students from the entire school district.

Elementary Schools
Middle & High Schools
Nearby Private Schools