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Acworth, Georgia Real Estate

Acworth's diverse real estate market makes this community an ideal location to find a home. From starter homes to the more luxurious estates, there is something for everyone's taste and budget.

Single-family homes in Acworth can be found in neighborhoods such as Seven Hills, Bentwater, Robinson Square, Brookstone I, II and III, and Governors Towne Club, where some properties offer golf course frontage. These properties are beautifully built with recreation rooms, multiple fireplaces and hardwood floors. Prices for Acworth's homes range between the low $100,000s and $2.75 million.

Condominiums and townhomes in Acworth can be found in Centennial Lakes, Sweetbriar, Liberty Square and Bridlecreek. Amenities that residents enjoy are community swimming pools, tennis courts and children's play areas. These properties range in price from the low $80,000s to approximately $340,000. Land, lots and farm/ranch properties are also available.
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Acworth Real Estate & Homes in Georgia

Home to more than 21,000 residents, the scenic and charming town of Acworth is one of Georgia's best-kept secrets. Located 30 miles northwest of Atlanta in Cobb County at the intersection of I-75 and US 41, this community is close enough to the big city to enjoy all of its benefits while maintaining a small town atmosphere.

Acworth is located in four different counties: Cherokee, Cobb, Paulding and Bartow. Acworth is also Cobb County's only designated Main Street City. Lovely Victorian homes can be found along tree-lined streets in quiet residential neighborhoods. These homes include fabulous single-family homes, stunning estates, comfortable townhouses, spacious condominiums, and land parcels for custom development.

Students in K-12 attend the highly esteemed schools in West Cobb, North Paulding Cherokee County, and Bartow County School Districts. Several distinguished colleges and universities are a short commute away.

With its mild climate and scenic location, Acworth provides plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Residents and visitors can hone their skills on one of the town's many challenging golf courses or enjoy a day of fishing, swimming and boating on Lake Acworth or Lake Allatoona. Lake Allatoona offers a respite from the rush of city living. More than 13 million visitors each year enjoy picnicking, camping, hunting, fishing, swimming and other water sports. Nature lovers, hunters and fisherman can take advantage of the wildlife that can be found in the clear waters of the lake and the forests that surround its shores.

The town's historic downtown district is filled with quaint antique shops, gift shops and galleries. Acworth's rich and diverse history is reflected in its many historic landmarks, including the Old City Jail, the Collins Avenue Historic District, the Cowan Farmstead and the Mills Ruins.

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