A neighbor to Fayette County and within a convenient drive to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, this area offers quite suburbs along with small farms, history, and rural pursuits. Similar yet unique, each town has a personality all its own.
Regarded as the "City of Homes," Newnan, Georgia was established as the county seat in 1828 and prides itself on its quiet charm.
During the Civil War, the city was mostly untouched due to its status as a hospital city for Union and Confederate troops. As a result, many examples of beautiful antebellum architecture exist today, and Newnan boasts six National Register Historic Districts containing some of Georgia's most beautiful architecture.
Fast forward to today, the population of the city is approximately 37,000 and offers residents a dense suburban feel while access to the open countryside is just minutes away. Of course, its residents can also enjoy world-class dining, shopping, and recreation, all with the convenience of I-85, offering access to Atlanta to the North and Montgomery, AL to the South.
Photo Credit: The City of Newnan