Though the city of Johns Creek is just over seven years old, its rich history stems back for centuries. Once Cherokee Indian trading territory and a site of America’s first Gold Rush, Johns Creek remained a small island community amongst Roswell, Alpharetta, Duluth and Suwanee. Since its incorporation in 2006, it has become the 13th highest-earning city in the United States, attracting many newcomers to Johns Creek real estate seeking a highest quality of life in the area and some of the best schools in the country.
Over 75,000 call this affluent suburb home, and that number continues to grow for a number of obvious reasons. The city is a mere 30 miles outside of one of the largest cities in the nation, Atlanta, and as a close-knit community shares the best of both worlds.
John’s Creek is home to Fortune 500 companies, golf courses, miles of green space and trails and some of the top tier schooling in the country. If you’ve got the money, Johns Creek is the only choice for the best family living Georgia has to offer.