Real Estate

    Peachtree City Real Estate

    Peachtree City, Georgia started as a planned community in the 1950s. A group of developers planned to develop 12,000 acres of land in Fayette County into a community of villages. Currently, Peachtree City has four villages: Aberdeen, Braelinn, Glenloch and Kendron. Each village has its own schools, shopping and recreation.

    This master-planned city has turned into a wealth of recreational and cultural possibilities. Peachtree City has a system of recreational paths that connect residents' homes to their schools, churches and retail centers. You can enjoy this wonderful city project in golf carts, on bicycle or on foot. The network totals 70 miles of paved trails, tunnels and bridges. Peachtree City is also home to a 2,200-seat amphitheater, three golf courses, state of the art tennis and aquatic centers and two lakes.

    Peachtree City Facts and Figures

    Downtown Atlanta is a 30-minute drive from Peachtree City, which covers about 23.3 square miles and is home to about 32,000 people. The median yearly income is $76,458 and the median house value is around $190,900. The average commute to work is about 30 minutes. Originally, Peachtree City's developers planned to house 75,000 to 80,000 residents. The plan has been revised several times since then and home production has slowed, making the new prediction for the final population 36,000 residents within the city limits.

    Peachtree City mainly has many homes to offer, but since most of the land in the city limits has been developed already, brand new houses will be difficult to find. There are 125 neighborhoods in Peachtree City with homes available to fit most price ranges. If you're not yet interested in buying, rental homes and apartments are available.