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Duluth, Georgia: An Award Winning City with So Much to Offer

It takes lots of fingers to tick off all the plusses of this right-sized city —from Duluth’s beautiful new homes and fun downtown to a vibrant business climate, strong public schools and more. It’s no wonder Duluth has been named a Best Affordable Suburb in Georgia by BusinessWeek Magazine and a Top Ten City for Best American Values by NewsMax Magazine.

Duluth, a city of nearly 27,000 known for affordable Gwinnett County homes for sale, is located about 20 miles from Atlanta and 12 miles east of Roswell. It is convenient to I-85, Gwinnett Place Mall, Gwinnett Center and the Gwinnett Medical Center. Those in the market for homes will find beautiful neighborhoods, competitive pricing and abundant amenities.

Residents and visitors love the combination of small town charm and big city appeal. The restored downtown inspired CBS travel writer Peter Greenberg to call Duluth “a stellar example of how creating a beautiful public space can build community spirit.”

Business is booming in Duluth, home to leading companies like NCR, World Financial Group, AGCO and Bomgar. Employers find an educated and well-trained workforce; access to air, rail and highways; a competitive tax structure and attractive real estate options.

Students attend Gwinnett County public schools including Berkeley Lake Elementary and Corley Elementary, Duluth Middle and Duluth High School. Duluth Junior Academy, Duluth Montessori School and Notre Dame Academy are popular choices for private school education. Post-secondary students attend Georgia Gwinnett College, ITT Technical Institute and the Atlanta Institute of Music.


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Get Your Fun on in Delightful Duluth

Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, culture lover or sports fanatic, it’s easy to indulge your passion. City and county parks offer walking trails, horseback riding, tennis, swimming, cycling, skating, fishing and more. Shorty Howell Park is one of the most beloved parks, with 67 acres of natural recreation.

Duluth welcomes arts patrons to venues like the Ludwig Symphony Orchestra and the Hudgens Center for the Arts and its Al Weeks Sculpture Garden. The Southeastern Railway Museum and nearby Sugarloaf Mills outlet mall are don’t-miss destinations.

Whether you’re looking for new homes for sale in Duluth, or just dropping in for dinner at one of our fabulous restaurants, you’ll find a welcoming community and plenty of reasons to return. In every season unique local events like the annual Barefoot in the Park Fine Arts Festival and the Duluth Fall Festival draw visitors from across the region.

Welcome to Duluth, Georgia… a great place to live and a great place to call home!