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Roswell Real Estate...Some of the Finest in Georgia!

CNN named Roswell a contender for its list of the Top 100 Places to Live in the US in 2005.

Other prestigious rankings include being one of the Top Three Cities in the Nation to Raise Your Family, and third Frommer s Best Places to Raise Your Family.  Furthermore, on October 30, 2006, the City of Roswell was named the 18th Safest City in the United States by City Crime Rankings. 

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And, with real estate like this its no wonder why Roswell is such a SMASHING SUCCESS!

                             

 

About Roswell - A Brief History:
Roswell, GA, is situated on the northern banks of the Chattahoochee River in a region that the Cherokee Indians once called the Enchanted Land.

Formerly, part of Cobb County, Georgia when first settled, and the county seat of Marietta was a four-hour (one-way) horseback ride to the west. Since Roswell residents desired a local government, they submitted a city charter for incorporation to the Georgia General Assembly. The charter was approved on February 16, 1854. By the time of the Civil War, the cotton mills employed more than 400 people, mostly women. Given settlement patterns in the Piedmont, they were likely of Scots-Irish descent. As the mill increased in production, so did the number of people living in the area.

At the end of 1931, the United States was in the midst of the Great Depression. The difficult economic conditions drove Milton County, Roswell's neighboring county to the north (note: much of what is now Roswell was part of Milton county already), to merge in its entirety with Fulton County, Roswell's neighboring county to the south. To facilitate the merger, Roswell was ceded by Cobb County to Fulton. Sections of neighboring Cherokee and Gwinnett Counties were also ceded to Fulton at this time to define the expanded and contiguous northern section of Fulton County.

Roswell is now one of the largest cities in the state; its population has increased most steadily in the last 15 years! It offers a range of benefits of some of the cities TOP real estate!

Roswell Recreation, Parks & Entertainment:

Residents of Roswell are fortunate to have a diversity of dining experiences to choose from among the many restaurants in Roswell, including some restaurants that feature gourmet cuisine. 

Located in an historic 1846 farmhouse overlooking landscaped hills and gardens, Lickskillet Farm Restaurant at 1380 Old Roswell Road, (770) 475-6484, serves contemporary American cuisine with fresh herbs and garnishes. Greenwood's at 1087 Green Street, (770) 992-5383, is another old Roswell home that was converted into a restaurant specializing in traditional American cuisine including fresh fish entrees, duck, chicken, pork chops, meatloaf and delectable desserts. Janousek's Restaurant at 1475 Holcomb Bridge Road, (770) 587-2075, is an elegant restaurant offering both American and European cuisine complemented by an impressive wine list and a full service bar.

A cozy and popular restaurant in Roswell for over 15 years, Anna Lee's at 425 Market Place, (770) 998-0086, is renowned for their creative sandwiches, homemade soups and tantalizing desserts. Other well-know restaurants include Stoney River Legendary Steaks at 10524 Alpharetta Highway in Roswell, (678) 461-7902, an upscale restaurant specializing in aged, hand-cut Midwestern steaks and fresh seafood or Dick & Harry's at 1570 Holcomb Bridge Road, (770) 641-8757, which serves contemporary American cuisine including a wide variety of fresh seafood, award winning crab cakes, steaks and chops, homemade ice creams and desserts. There are many other fabulous food finds as well.
 

In addition to great food, Roswell is home to many pubs like Cheers Restaurant and Tavern at 720 Holcomb Bridge Road, (770) 587-0486, provides big screen TV s, karaoke and trivia games, pool tables, dart games, a classic American style food menu, and live entertainment on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday nights. Chaplins 555 at South Atlanta Street, (770) 642-6981, is a friendly neighborhood bar and grill type restaurant that offers live entertainment every Wednesday and Saturday evening.

 
TOP Notch Schools & Excellent Ratings:

Roswell s public schools are part of the Fulton County School System and they are considered to be among the best public schools in America. 93% of Roswell s residents age 25 and older have at least a high school diploma, 53% have a college degree, and 17% have a graduate or professional degree. The average ratio of students to teachers in Roswell is relatively low at 14:1.

Altogether there are 16 public schools in Roswell with a total of 13,963 students and about 1,000 teachers. The two public high schools are Centennial High School with approximately 1,950 students and Roswell High School with approximately 2,500 students. Roswell s three public middle schools are Crabapple Middle School, Elkins Pointe and Holcomb Bridge. The nine public elementary schools in Roswell are Esther Jackson, Hembree Springs, Mimosa, Mountain Park, Northwood, Roswell North, Sweet Apple, Hillside and River Eves elementary schools. There are also two special charter schools, Amana Academy and Fulton Science Academy. And don t forget the plethora of private schools including
Creative Montessori School, Blessed Trinity Catholic High School, Chrysalis Experiential Academy, Cottage School, Cross of Life Montessori School, Eaton Academy, Fellowship Christian Academy, High Meadows School, Queen of Angels Catholic School, Village Montessori, The Howard School (North Campus), St. Francis High School.

There are no colleges or universities in Roswell but there are many excellent colleges and universities only 20 miles away in Atlanta. One very interesting education and teaching facility in Roswell is the Teaching Museum North at 793 Mimosa Boulevard, (770) 552-6339. The Teaching Museum North offers participatory education programs in the arts and humanities for primary and secondary school children who are in the Fulton County School System. Students play active roles in a one-room school house, the Writer s Corner and the Courtroom, and they are also able to interact with the Teaching Museum s staff and associated artists, musicians, dancers, writers and scholars.

Roswell's local public schools are part of the Fulton County School System.

Roswell s Real Estate market has been one of the most stable during the economic downturn If you're looking for the BEST in Roswell foreclosures, call Winter at 678-463-3173 today!

 

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Raised in Roswell and a graduate of Chattahoochee High School, nobody knows Roswell like me. To make Roswell your new home, call me today at 678-463-3173. Or, if life has taken you another direction, let me show you how I can sell your Roswell home as quick as I sold this man s!

                       

 

 




        
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