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Sandy Springs

The City of Sandy Springs borders Atlanta to the south, Roswell to the north, with Cobb county to the west and Brookhaven to the east. The city is known for being one of the best places to live in the US for its incredible amenities, from delicious food, abundant greenspace and nature (60% covered tree canopy), arts, breweries and more! Its business center is booming, home to UPS, Cox and Mercedez, it still has a small town feel.

It was originally home to the Muskogee tribe in the 16th century, up until the 1800s when gold was discovered and they were forced out. In 2005, Sandy Springs incorporated to a city after over 40 years of overwhelming support from the citizens to have better representation than Fulton County could serve. Since doing so they have emerged into one of the best places to live and my favorite suburb.

Attractions and Amenities


Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center is a great place to watch a performance which are hosting year round, from plays to orchestra.

Chattahoochee River

Coco and I's favorite hikes close to the city are Morgan Falls and East Palisades Trail!

Parks and Recreation

Sandy Springs has no shortage of incredible parks, like Linear Park on the Abernathy Greenway.

Sandy Springs

Homes for Sale In Sandy Springs

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Area: 950 acres
Zip Codes: 30092, 30319, 30327, 30328, 30338, 30339, 30342, 30350

Counties: Fulton
Elementary School: Dunwoody Springs, Heards Ferry, High Point, Ison Springs, Lake Forest Elementary School, Spalding Drive Charter, Woodland

Middle School: Ridgeview Charter, Sandy Springs Charter
High School: North Springs Charter, Riverwood

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