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Gwinnett County

Why you'd want to live in Gwinnett County

Continually listed as one of Atlanta’s fastest growing counties, Gwinnett County is prized for its access to bustling city life, booming communities and gorgeously maintained natural spaces. Centrally located, the county is responsible for nearly 18 percent of metro Atlanta’s population, and the numbers keep going up. The dynamic, non-stop action of Gwinnett County offers everything from professional sports and entertainment to a quiet walk in the woods at the Environmental and Heritage Center to preserved historic buildings including a grist mill, post office, and farm.The AAA minor league Gwinnett Braves baseball team finds a welcome home here, drawing a myriad of visitors to the area, as does the ever-popular Lake Lanier, local parks, including the 12-acre Freeman’s Mill Park, three regional malls, delicious local restaurants, sprawling Southern neighborhoods, hockey and the Infinite Energy Center event venue. Stone Mountain Park sprawls throughout 3,200 acres of Mother Nature, enticing visitors with scenic train rides, camping, hiking, fireworks, and the world’s largest laser light show. Take in the 60-mile view atop the 1,700-foot summit, or get up-close to this granite giant on the Summit Skyride. New for 2017, Stone Mountain Park introduces REI Outdoors, offering stand-up paddleboard, kayak, and canoe rentals. Start your engines and behold the Southeastern Railway Museum, where antique-car aficionados and history buffs can meander through a collection of classic automobiles, locomotives, Pullman cars, buses, and vintage taxicabs. Ride the Grand Scale Park Train or take a stroll through the history of transportation—there’s plenty to get your wheels turning. If the attractions and location are enough to convince you that Gwinnett is the place to be, the county’s education system is recognized both nationally and regionally for its stellar schools!

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Gwinnett County Market Report

$533,816

AVERAGE PRICE OF 2,000 HOMES

$443,848

AVERAGE PRICE OF 555 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$856,124

AVERAGE PRICE OF 87 HOMES WITH A POOL

$1,804,213

AVERAGE PRICE OF 139 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$450,518

AVERAGE PRICE OF 118 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

$461,435

AVERAGE PRICE OF 4 DISTRESSED HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $533,816
Avg Bedrooms 4.56 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.61 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $375,000
2 bedrooms $459,903
3 bedrooms $430,310
4 bedrooms $416,639
5 bedrooms $458,773
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Mill Creek High School 284 $562,958 106 days
North Gwinnett High School 189 $635,861 119 days
Archer High School 155 $450,083 83 days
Grayson High School 154 $418,107 83 days
Mountain View High School 133 $541,348 138 days
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 2,000 $533,816 103 days
Newly Built Homes 555 $443,848 105 days
Homes with a Pool 87 $856,124 96 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 139 $1,804,213 230 days
Reduced Price Homes 118 $450,518 81 days
Distressed Homes 4 $461,435 29 days