Located 25 minutes south of the world's largest international airport offering convenient access to Atlanta, this geographic area comprises the seat of Fayette County, Georgia. The area's heavy tree canopy, relatively moderate traffic congestion, and relatively low-density housing offer a quality of living that appeals to young and old alike.
Peachtree City, Georgia, is a master-planned city located 22 miles south of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. It features more than 100+ miles of multi-use golf cart paths where you can ride a bike, run a marathon, or explore the city at 15 miles an hour.
Occupied by approximately 35,000 residents, Peachtree City was named Expedia.com's "Number One City that Must be Seen in 2019" and is continually named among the top 10 places to live in the US by CNN/Money Magazine.
The city offers many attractions that are uncommon in a suburban community, and the year round, temperate weather is conducive to outdoor activity. There are two lakes of approximately 250 acres each, three golf courses, multiple public pools, four parks, a large tennis complex, a BMX bicycle track, and a 2,200-seat outdoor amphitheater.
Carefully designed with residential areas removed from industrial areas, each of the city's five distinct Villages are filled with locally owned boutiques and national chains and dining options featuring almost every cuisine on earth.
Located next to Peachtree City and with easy access to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, the county seat features a historic town center and is home to approximately 17,000 residents. It received its designation as Main Street City in 1996, and since then, the downtown square has been transformed, restoring the cities streetscape while welcoming a variety of new businesses.
A hub for creatives, Fayetteville is home to Trilith Studios, the 2nd largest purpose-built studio in North America (and one part of Trilith's 935-acre master development) set across nearly 1,000 acres of studios, workshops, offices, and backlots. When movie production is in full swing, residents of Fayetteville frequently "stargaze" at local eateries, retail shops, and parks. As it is said: "You never know who you will bump into."
The city offers various housing options from condos to homesteads and everything in between, yet it's only 22 miles from downtown Atlanta. The quality of living is enhanced by its six parks, entertainment offered at Southern Ground Amphitheater, and access to world class health care via Piedmont Fayette Hospital and its associated, healthcare providers.
Brookes, Georgia, is the southernmost community in Fayette County and borders Fayetteville and Peachtree City and offers convenient access to the airport and downtown Atlanta. The town has a population of more than 600, and while some consider it to be rural, it is primarily a residential town known for its friendly people, casual outdoor lifestyle, and wide-open spaces.
Rail access brought growth to the tiny farming community in the late 1800s, where the economy was based on cotton production. After WWII, cotton farming sputtered to an end and was replaced with cattle production. Another post-war occurrence was the booming growth of the aviation industry in nearby Atlanta. Airline employees began buying tracts of land in the late 1950s, and the area's population grew steadily.