Located east of Atlanta, Snellville, Georgia was founded in 1874, but the city wasn't incorporated until 1923, when the first mayor, Gladston Snell, took the reins. With a population of only 18,242, the city maintains a small town feel while offering plenty to do and see within its boundaries. Thanks to a variety of new construction projects, Snellville is fast becoming a prime location for people who want to settle in the metro Atlanta area.
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Enjoy the great outdoors! Thomas W. Briscoe Park lies just south of the city center and boasts more than 100 acres of land. The park has many public facilities, including a community garden, playgrounds, athletic fields and courts, and a lake with water access and gazebos. The Park hosts a summer camp, swim lessons and senior trips, and is also home to a few of the Snellville Days Festival events. With over 200 vendors, food booths, an activities center and a museum, the Snellville Days Festival has been a time-honored tradition in the city since 1974. The 112-acre Lenora Park and Disc Golf Course is another major park in the city.
A city great for renters! Only 13 percent of Snellville residents rent, which means you won't have to compete with a great number of other prospective tenants when you look for a rental property. Look for homes to rent in the Oak Road, Pate Road, Athens Highway and Five Forks neighborhoods.
Restaurants to fulfill every craving! Snellville boasts over 115 restaurants and eateries within the city limits. If you're interested in Japanese food, head over to Sushi Avenue for great ambiance and a delicious meal. Check out Baby Jane's Home Cooking for a great buffet that will keep you coming back for seconds. Don't forget to stop by Five Spot Frozen Yogurt for some delicious dessert on your way home!
Appreciation rates are on the rise! Snellville residents have seen some amazing increases in property appreciation rates over the past few years. The rate has risen over 11 percent in the past year alone. Snellville continues to offer great investment opportunities, whether you're buying a property or looking for a rent to own home. More than 92 percent of people stay in their homes for over a year, which makes Snellville a great option. The properties in the neighborhoods of Oak Road, Main Street West, Scenic Highway North and Five Forks have seen the highest appreciation rates.
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