Suwanee Real Estate

    Suwanee started as a Native American village in the early 1800’s. It was incorporated in 1949. It was also voted among the Top 10 Best Places to Live by Money in 2007. Recently rated the third best place in America for raising families by Kiplinger in 2012. Suwanee was named from a Shawnee Indian tribe that settled in the area in the latter part of the 18th century.  Suwanee remained a predominantly small community into the 1970s  with more than 15,000 residents call the city home today. 1818: “Suwannee old town” mentioned as part of a treaty document with Creek Indians 1837 City of Suwanee is founded with establishment of a S. post office. This marks the first time that the Town of Suwanee is recognized by the U.S. government 1871 Georgia Air Line Railroad line from Charlotte to Atlanta is built through Suwanee. In 1880 The Rhodes House was constructed. In the early 20th century, the house served as a hotel for railroad passengers, traveling salesmen, doctors, and teachers.Earliest known date for Suwanee High School, a one-room schoolhouse with students ages 4-16 located at King and Davis streets.Population is 216.1881 a fire destroys all stores on Main Street, but one.Richmond & Danville Railroad completes a narrow gauge railroad line from Suwanee to Lawrenceville.1883 John Brogdon begins rebuilding what will become the largest store between Atlanta and Gainesville.1900 Population is 246.1910 The building most recently known as Pierce’s Corner is constructed. The building has served as a general store, cotton gin, silent movie theater, dentist’s office, and antique store.1920 Population is 241.

    Official City Website

    www.suwanee.com

     

    Suwanee Zip Codes

    Homes in 30024

    Population

    As of July 2014 the population in Suwanee was 18,164.

    Average Home Prices

    The median home value of residences is $336,100. Home values continue to appreciate in Suwanee. Some homes have appreciated upwards of 5.2% over the past few years.

    Popular Suwanee Neighborhoods

    Aberdeen

    St. Marlo

    Wyndham Park

    Suwanee Station

    Madison Park at Suwanee

    Hillside Trace

    Weston

    Old Suwanee Park

    Village Grove

    The River Club

    Edinburgh

    Champions Run

    Suwanee Farms

    McGinnis Reserve

    Ascot

    Keystone

    Royal Oaks

    Homes in Suwanee School District

    Walnut Grove Elementary School

    Burnette Elementary School

    Johns Creek Elementary School

    Level Creek Elementary School

    Parsons Elementary School

    Roberts Elementary School

    Settles Bridge Elementary School

    Sharon Elementary School

    Suwanee Elementary School

    Riverwatch Middle School

    Collins Hill High School

    Lambert High School

    North Gwinnett High School

    Peachtree Ridge High School

    Popular Parks and Recreation In Suwanee

    Town Center Park

    Sims Lake Park

    Suwanee Creek Greenway

    Suwanee Creek Park

    Playtown Suwanee

    White Street Park

    City Hall Park

    Main Street Park

    George Pierce Park

    Peachtree Ridge Park

    Selfies Bridge Park

    Attractions & Events

    Suwanee Spring Fling

    Suwanee Kiwanis Shamrock Run

    Food Truck Friday

    Shemoves Atlanta Suwanee 5K

    March of Dimes March of Babies

    Star 94’s Woofstock

    Arts in the Park

    Red, White, Bluegrass & Bach

    Movies Under the Stars

    Broadway in the Park

    August Concert & Wing Festival

    Hoofin for Habitat

    Suwanee Festival & Run

    Remembrance Day

    Taste of Suwanee

    Peach State Chilli Cookout

    Crank it up in the Park

    Alive! Festival

    Suwanee Wine Festival

    Suwanee Car Show

    Trek or Treat

    Jolly Holly Day

    Testimonials

    Mr & Mrs Hart October 14th, 2015 Patty was a delight to work with selling our home and also purchasing a replacement. We were downsizing and she listened to our needs and found us a great replacement. She was the consummate Realtor and we highly recommend her.

    Mr and Mrs Hart