Rent to Own Homes near Suwanee, GA

  • Covering 9.9 miles, Suwanee is a city in Georgia that lies within Gwinnett County, which had a population of 16,000 in 2012. It was voted a Top 10 "Best Place to Live" in 2007 by Money magazine and is distinguished by its Kiplinger magazine rating as the 3rd best place for raising families in the USA. Suwanee began as an Indian village on the Chattahoochee River, and the city was officially established in 1837. Parts of Fulton County and Forsyth County also have a Suwanee address.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Suwanee, GA

  • Waterfront homes available! Residential areas overlooking Berry Lake, Number Gate Lake, Sims Lake or Sims Lake Park appeal to many who desire the natural scenic views and outdoor lifestyle. Ivy Creek, Bennett Creek and Mill Creek offer scenic views and expand the opportunity to buy a waterfront or water view house. The River Club subdivision has some of the most magnificent real estate properties in the area.
  • Wide variety of housing! Every type of housing is represented in the city, from rent to own cottages to apartments, mansions, condos and single-family homes. Arbour Trace, Arden Ridge, Ashley Woods, Deer Value, Peachtree Horizon, Maple Ridge, Old Savannah, Riverbrook and Peachtree Manor are just a few of the local subdivisions where you might find more affordable houses for sale. If you're looking for higher-end dwellings, check into Ascot, Barony, and Woodward Park. For the highest prices in the city, see Edinburgh, Suwanee Farms and Rivermoore Park subdivisions.
  • Tons of fun outdoor activities! Town Center Park is a 10-acre city park that often hosts special events at its amphitheater and park grounds, including live musical concerts, special performances, reunions and festivals. Visit the Suwanee Creek Greenway, a multipurpose trail, or check out the 85-acre Suwanee Creek Park, one of the most popular parks in the city. George Pierce Park offers residents 300 pristine acres with a fishing pond, playground, event facility and many ball fields. There are several lakes and creeks in the area, many mentioned above, and each one provides great outdoor recreation.
  • Great shopping! Stop by Horizon Village Shopping Center for almost everything you need. Anchored by Publix Food and Pharmacy, this community center features a variety of retail shops, Movie Tavern Horizon Village as well as a YouFit gym. Head over to McGinnis Ferry Shopping Center for a change of pace. There you will find another Publix Super Market, and just at the entrance, Kauffman Tire. Nearby are Dominoes, Chick Filet and other chain restaurants. But that's not all; there are numerous other shopping centers in the area.
  • Delicious dining venues! Taste the Mexican dishes at Cinco Restaurant on Peachtree Industrial Blvd., or dive into the specialties at Hammerhead Seafood and Sports Grill. Wild Wing Cafe has great chicken wings in a mellow atmosphere. Country Pepper is highly rated by locals as a great family-style restaurant, and Mori House Sushi and Grill is touted for the tastiest sushi this side of Atlanta.