Spend an afternoon strolling the brick paved streets of downtown Woodstock and you will discover why over 23,000 people enjoy living here. One of Georgia’s largest cities, Woodstock sits between the North Georgia Mountains and the city of Atlanta. With its fast growth, this city is quickly becoming a popular choice for many southerners.
Specialty shops, quaint restaurants, and informative museums give the downtown area of Woodstock a homey and comfortable charm. Spreading out from downtown is the Towne Lake area, where residents find the modern necessities and conveniences needed to conduct everyday life.
While its burgeoning growth indicates it as a successful and enjoyable place to live, it started slowly as a church town in the early 1800s. As railroad transportation brought more settlers, people started to recognize this place as a comfortable sanctuary, somewhat removed from the hustle of city life. Homes range from the historically restored to custom built construction and everything in between. If a single-family residence does not suit your needs, consider a newly built condominium or townhouse development to call this city home.