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Top 4 Reasons to Live in Tucker, GA

  • Tucker, Georgia is a small community originally settled during the 1820s. By 1892, it had become a thriving railroad town. Today, it is one of Georgia's largest and oldest communities not incorporated as a city. Around 1950, Tucker began to transform from an agricultural area into a booming residential, retail and industrial town. The establishment of large companies in nearby areas, such as General Motors and Kraft Foods, and the expansion of Emory University attracted new residents.

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  • Fabulous community events! As a close knit community, Tucker hosts a variety of annual events such as the Tucker Day celebration, which includes a parade, food vendors lining both sides of Main Street, artists, musicians and various merchants. If that doesn't tempt your palate, slip into the Local No 7 pub for a burger or quick brew. Other popular events include the Taste of Tucker and the Tucker Cruise-In. The Farmers Market is open on Main Street every weekend from April to September.
  • Enjoy the great outdoors! The Tucker area is home to more than 230 acres of parks and recreation areas. These great outdoor spaces include playgrounds, creeks, lakes, and trails -- including paved trails through Henderson Park, swimming pools, tennis courts, soccer fields and baseball fields. The Tucker Nature Preserve is a hardwood forest, ideal for bird watching or a leisurely stroll through the trees.
  • Buy a home close to amusement parks! Why travel across the country for exciting rides and roller coasters? Tucker is home to a variety of tourist attractions, including the Cadillac Jack Inc. and Gameroom Classics amusement parks. With homes for sale around $240,556, trips to the amusement park are not just convenient, but affordable as well. Low taxes and large lot sizes make the area even more attractive to home buyers.
  • Plenty of vacancies for renters! Whether you are looking for a rental house or rent to own options, there are plenty of beautiful places to choose from -- unless you want to live near Kelley C Cofer Park, where rentals are hard to come by. Rental units average about $950 per month throughout most of Tucker, with lower priced units available in the Lucky Shoals Park area. Apartments for rent have around 1000 square feet of living space, and the homes average around 1500 square feet.