Open House - 2:00 to 4:00Terri Nygaard5125 Dorset Lane5125 Dorset LaneSuwaneeGA30024http://propertyimage.leadingre.com/8574/0x63AB9FA34706057E21FE4E4EA170FDC1/1.jpgThe front porch and inviting entry hint at the warmness of this immaculate residence! Lovingly cared for;bright,open floor plan,lovely views,hdwd floors,French doors, ceiling fans,updated kitchen,granite countertops,tumbled tile,stainless appls,gas stove,new sink,main floor bdrm w/full bath.Upper level offers spacious,private master suite w/trey ceiling and spa bath.Three secondary bedrooms complete the upper level. Two oversized decks overlook private woodlands with stream. Full unfinished bsmt, stubbed for bath,ready for your clients personal touch.Really pretty home.
Gwinnett County is as much a part of the Northeast Georgia mountain area as it is Metro Atlanta, so opportunities abound here. Gwinnett County, one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation, is a mixture of some of the best elements of American life. In the late 60's Atlanta's development moved north toward Gwinnett's southern border, the county has become a mecca for educated, ambitious people - particularly families - who are attracted by clean industries, good schools, the proximity of North Georgia's outdoor pleasures, and the proximity of Atlanta. Atlanta is just close enough to Gwinnett's suburbs to offer its entertainment, sports, and economic benefits, while far enough away for Gwinnett's residents to enjoy quieter suburban living in safe, prosperous neighborhoods and gentle country towns on the county's eastern edge.
The sprawling, 436 square mile county of Gwinnett is made up of 13 municipalities, each proudly independent, yet closely intertwined in Gwinnett's rich heritage. The housing supply varies, but a wide range of styles and prices are available. Although a majority of Gwinnett's residents are not located within incorporated municipalities, most are clustered around these major cities in the county: Buford, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Norcross and Snellville.
There are over 200 high-tech companies based in Gwinnett County, many of which came from foreign countries. Industrial growth continues to flow into the county. Drawing more high-tech industry to the county will be the focus of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce's future economic development programs, say chamber officials. Present and planned programs of quality should continue to make Gwinnett a magnet for business and industry.
Suwanee Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 32 homes for sale in Suwanee, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 47% Single Family, 13% Rental and 41% Other.
47% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
2,586 ft² / 240 m²
($1,800 - $2,099,000)
Weather in Suwanee
The average high temperatures in Suwanee range from 51 in January to 88 in July
Average home income in Suwanee
The average household income of a Suwanee resident is $116,418 with an average home value of $330,101
Population of Suwanee
Suwanee has 71,122 residents.
Home ownership in Suwanee
The average level of home ownership in Suwanee is 84%.
Education breakdown of Suwanee
Education levels of residents of Suwanee include: highschool 14%, associate 9%, bachelor 38%, graduate 18%.
Households in Suwanee
Suwanee has 22,872 homes, built on average 19 years ago.
Information from in and around Suwanee...
You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 32 homes for sale in Suwanee. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Rental and Other. The average list price of these property results is 396,634. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Suwanee please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
The 32 homes for sale in Suwanee, GA are represented by 4 member brokerages serving the Suwanee area. Member brokerages representing the 32 homes include CRYE-LEIKE, Realtors, Harry Norman, Realtors®, Dorsey Alston and Beacham & Company, Realtors.