Named after the ever bubbling spring discovered along the sandy trails now known as Mt. Vernon Highway and Mount Paran Road, Sandy Springs continues to produce 10 gallons of water per minute. Besides its fertile resources, Sandy Springs also provides an abundance of homes at every price point.
The beauty of Sandy Springs is not just contained within its housing; it is also home to over 11 different parks and historic sites. This city is the base for many Fortune 500 companies, including United Parcel Service, IBM Internet Security Systems and Children’s Healthcare. The diverse amount of work opportunities makes it easy for residents in the area to live and work comfortably with convenient, short commutes.
The downtown area of Sandy Springs lends a city-like feel, with industrial buildings nestled among the trees. Neighborhoods along the Chattahoochee River boast of expansive family homes tucked between winding roads and small hills. Whether you want to live on a quiet road or within the bustling streets of the downtown area, Sandy Springs has something to offer for everyone.