Why You Should Call Gwinnett County Home
If you’re looking for a new home in Atlanta, Gwinnett County is a fantastic choice. The county continues to be one of the fastest growing in the region and is currently home to nearly 900,000 people. Here are some great reasons why you should call Gwinnett County home!
- Gwinnett County has an excellent school system that consistently ranks as one of the best in Georgia. Since 2010, Gwinnett County Public Schools has twice been awarded the prestigious Broad Prize for strong overall performance and student achievement. Gwinnett County also boasts the state’s #1 public high school, Gwinnett County School of Mathematics, Science and Technology which holds the hard-to-obtain GA S.T.E.M. Certification.
- Gwinnett County has rich cultural diversity unlike anywhere else in the region. The county celebrates its unique diversity with events such as Seoul of the South, a unique opportunity to tour several authentic Korean restaurants and bakeries across the area. The county is also home to Hindu Mandir, the largest traditionally-designed Hindu temple in the Southeast US, which is open for tours year-round!
- Gwinnett County has a strong economy with tons of job opportunities in a variety of sectors. The Gwinnett County Public School System is the largest in the state, and the county employs thousands at numerous hospitals, distribution centers, high-tech firms, and dining and retail establishments – whatever your specialty is, Gwinnett County has a job for you!
- Gwinnett County is home to Georgia Gwinnett College, a four-year institution with a beautiful campus in centrally-located Lawrenceville. GGC is the 9th highest ranked public regional college in the South according to US News and World Report. The school offers nearly two dozen degree programs to more than 11,000 students, including Business Administration, Cinema and Media Arts Production, Information Technology, Nursing, and Political Science.
- Gwinnett County boasts fantastic local sports teams, including the newly-rebranded Gwinnett Stripers (baseball), Atlanta United 2 (soccer), Georgia Swarm (lacrosse), and six collegiate teams at Georgia Gwinnett College.
- Gwinnett is a great place to enjoy the great outdoors! The county and its municipalities offer over 50 parks and recreational centers on nearly 10,000 acres of land, including the fabulous 890-acre Little Mulberry Park. Walk, run, or bike on miles of trails that criss-cross the county, traversing wetlands, greenspace, and other natural areas. Gwinnett borders Lake Lanier, one of Georgia’s premier spots for boating, fishing, and camping, and home to Lanier Islands Beach and Water Park. Plus, the north Georgia mountains, the southern edge of the beautiful Appalachians, are just a short drive away!
Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) is proud to build new homes in Gwinnett County. If this sounds like the place you want to call home, we invite you to visit one of our beautiful communities of new homes in Gwinnett!
Emerald Forest at Brookwood – New homes in Lawrenceville from the high $300s
Holly Glen – New homes in Dacula from the $350s
Kemp Estates – New homes in Lawrenceville from the high $200s
Overlook at Brookside – New homes in Auburn from the high $200s
Sierra Creek – New homes in Hoschton from the low $300s
Richardson Housing Group (RHG Homes) builds new homes in Atlanta. For more information on our new home communities in Gwinnett, Jackson, and DeKalb Counties, including available homes, photos, floorplans, and more, visit us online at www.RHGHomes.com. To keep up-to-date on the latest news and offerings by RHG Homes, check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/RHG.homes. You can also catch up with us on Twitter and see footage of our beautiful new homes and communities on YouTube!