Duluth Real Estate
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About Duluth, GA
Less than a half hour’s drive from Atlanta is the city of Duluth in Gwinnett County. The city was named after Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Lhut, who was the first known European explorer of the area that later became known as Duluth, Minnesota, which is also Duluth’s sister city. Duluth today is recognized as a model city for Gwinnett County and despite phenomenal growth has managed to retain its small-town charm through the years, bolstered by a strong community spirit that is echoed in their motto, “Capture the spirit of good living.”
Luxury Homes for Sale in Duluth GA and New Luxury Homes in Atlanta
Real estate options in Duluth include a great selection of single-family residences ranging from country club homes to sprawling estate properties and luxury custom homes located in planned or gated communities like Abbotts Pointe, Amberleigh, Cardinal Lake, Castlemaine, River Plantation, Riverbrooke, St. Marlo Country Club, Sugarloaf Country Club, Sweet Bottom Plantation, Thornhill Commons, Winfield on the River, and more, with ample amenities like tennis courts and swimming pools. Most homes are laid out on landscaped tree-lined streets and cul-de-sacs, with the larger estates having expansive wooded lots and either golf course or river frontage. Land and lots suitable for new construction are also available. Contact us today to get access to new luxury homes in Atlanta and luxury homes for sale in Duluth, GA.
Local Attractions and Things to Do in Duluth, GA
The Duluth Town Green in the downtown area is a public space that incorporates a park with a series of cascading terraces laid out around a Victorian-style performance stage and community center. There’s also an interactive walkthrough fountain adjacent to the amphitheater, and the entire block is just across the City Hall and near some condos, shops, and restaurants. The Town Green is the venue for local events, parties, plays, concerts, and the annual Fall Festival that’s held every September.
The Southeastern Railway Museum located along Buford Highway features about 90 items of rolling stock that include historic steam locomotives, freight cars, passenger cars, and cabooses. In addition, the museum has an extensive archive and collection of railroad artifacts, plus a restored train depot and model railroad. Visitors can also ride a restored caboose that runs the length of the property.