It is great for families, very walk-able, and busy!

I call it the 'village in the city'- we are so close to downtown and Buckhead but at the same time it really has this village feel: kids playing in the streets, people walking their dogs.We also like it because it has people from all walks of life, we have old houses and new houses, old people and young people, families and singles...We have great tree lined streets, a great park, shops and restaurants are in walking distance- its just a great place to live.Read 1 Review, Current Resident: Pine Hills is the perfect "in town" neighborhood. It has a square with everything from a sweet, old-time candy shop to a delicious restaurant! Milton is a very safe and diverse area with great schools, great for families! Walk to museums, restaurants, Botanical Gardens, Piedmont Park, with many large interconnecting parks throughout the neighborhood. I have no negative comments to make towards Roswell, it a great city! There's plenty of pavilions and community marketplaces for young people to migrate around and provide services to local citizens.

It is the best way to get around. It is great for families, very walk-able, and busy! Throughout the neighborhood, there are kids running around, and everyone is very friendly!Read 10 Reviews, Current Resident: This is a unicorn neighborhood. Cartersville is an affordable city to live in. Loganville is a really nice and quiet town outside of Atlanta. There are more building being made and other buildboards; to me that ruins the enjoyable part of Senoia. Even though rent and mortgages are more on the high end, It is a great area to raise a family. These paths provide an easy access to many other restaurants, stores, and amazing golf courses, all without needing a car! It is always going to be a beautiful day in Johns Creek. It's the life of the party, a serene oasis, and a creative expression, all in one. Everything is within a close driving distance from this neighborhood.

1 of 43. Ranking based on Niche's 2020 Best Suburbs to Live Ranking and includes only suburbs that earned strong Crime & Safety grades. Roswell is a very young family-friendly suburb located just north of Atlanta, Georgia. The reason I like Hiram, Ga so much is because Hiram is a small community so you feel comfortable and safe living in this area but then Hiram has everything you need. I have no negative comments to make towards Roswell, it a great city! Many accessible parks and trails.Read 10 Reviews, Current Resident: great area for families with kids of any age because there are so many things to do in the community. Based on cost of living factors for an area including housing costs, tax rates, and cost of essentials like food and fuel.

The trails go from the neighborhoods to the stores, restaurants, parks, golf courses, and pretty much anywhere you would go in a car.

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I love Peachtree City! The holiday decorations are a sight to see! A quiet, northern suburb of Atlanta. Some of my personal favorite things to do in Roswell include: Taking hikes at the Roswell Mill, mountain biking at Big Creek greenway, tubing down the Chattahoochee River, eating at any of the amazing restaurants in downtown Roswell (Roux, a southern cajun style, is a personal favorite), or visiting any of the brewery/craft beer restaurants in downtown Roswell during "Alive after 5". There are also a variety great activities close by kids of all ages.Read 71 Reviews, Current Resident: We need to have an under pass built for the railroad and four lane road on Hwy 113 through town, more restaurants that have healthy options. It has everything you need, all of the great fast-food restaurants, Walmart, and many other stores with the Scenic Highway strip being nearby. Current Resident: A quiet, northern suburb of Atlanta. A quiet, northern suburb of Atlanta. Between shopping with friends, eating at the next best restaurant, or hiking Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield, you can always find something to do.

Broadstone Court, 3097 Maple Drive. It has everything you need, all of the great fast-food restaurants, Walmart, and many other stores with the Scenic Highway strip being nearby. Though I grew up in a neighborhood setting, I am not blind to the happenings of other areas throughout my city. There are plenty of parks that are family friendly, especially for kids. Truly great place to live, work and play! There are a lot of small businesses that provide excellent service. Excellent schools, weather, parks, and entertainment! I like that it's a suburban town with many friendly people and lots of places where people could hang out!Read 179 Reviews, Niche User: I've wanted to live in this neighborhood for a while. There are many fantastic restaurants and fun things to do in Kennesaw!

Tyrone is a cute town that houses a variety of many local businesses to occupy your time in. Based on 2012 and 2016 presidential election results compared to the national average.

The community here is great and has a lot of activities: the farmer's market, the car show, memorial day fireworks, and many more community activities. The location is perfect and I have always felt…” more, “My wife and I took a tour of the complex with Lanie the apartment manager, this was our take away: PARKING - The is no issues at all with parking. great area for families with kids of any age because there are so many things to do in the community. All of the residents or people I have come across around the Hiram area have been very cordial and seem to have all the right manners.Read 41 Reviews, Current Resident: Austell is a great place to live and you have many options on where you would like to work.The public transportation in Cobb County is wonderful, so if you work in Atlanta, Ga you can skip the traffic nightmare and use the public transit for all or part of your commute.I also really like the small town feel while still having all the city conveniences. One street over and there are many bustling business, but our street is quiet and friendly. 22 Units Available.

The outlet mall was put in a great spot, I love having a Costco and our little, historic main street has turned into a hopping, trendy street with great little stores and delicious restaurants. I believe it is very affordable and family friendly! House prices are reasonable and there are a variety of quality school options including The Museum School, Waldorf, Montessori, and The Friends School.

Very diverse and accepted community with amazing schools. Even though rent and mortgages are more on the high end, It is a great area to raise a family. Cartersville also has a college that is a part of the USG system for students to start off there and transfer to a bigger university. Neighbors are friendly and helpful and everyone is out walking and enjoying the area and the frequent social events like fireworks, pig roasts, and festivals. It has accessibility to everything - great restaurants, grocery, excellent private & public schools. It has a square with everything from a sweet, old-time candy shop to a delicious restaurant!

The 2 downsides to this area are the Traffic and not much nightlife other than your typical restaurant/bar scene. Some years it will snow a lot and others it won't snow at all. It is a very cute town to go for an afternoon of shopping or eating. We also like it because it has people from all walks of life, we have old houses and new houses, old people and young people, families and singles... We have great tree lined streets, a great park, shops and restaurants are in walking distance- its just a great place to live. It is always going to be a beautiful day in Johns Creek. It is about 30-45 minutes outside of Atlanta with access to I-20, I-285, and I-85, being in the middle of all three major interstates. $1,313. It is the best way to get around. Traffic isn't the greatest, but the same can be said for most areas inside the 285 Perimeter.Read 6 Reviews, Current Resident: Truly great place to live, work and play! Walkabilty to business and restraints are great. Ball Ground is such a sweet, small town. The management, concierge and maintenance” more, “I have absolutely loved living at Broadstone Midtown. Several of them are located all throughout Atlanta. The town was planned. There is a great restaurant selection and shopping at The Collection or Halcyon means I don't always have to drive to Alpharetta or into the city of Atlanta. I know that due to sense of disparity, there are individuals who may steal, lie, or cheat for money. Reviews on Safe Apartments in Atlanta, GA - The Sutton, Broadstone Midtown, The Monroe, Highland Walk Apartments, The Pointe at Vinings, 675 N Highland, Peachtree Dunwoody Place, City View Vinings, YOO on the Park, Lakeshore Crossing Apartment Homes Its a nice little small town outside of Atlanta. Milton has a small town feel with large city resources.

It has an extremely low crime rate. Neighbors are friendly and helpful and everyone is out walking and enjoying the area and the frequent social events like fireworks, pig roasts, and festivals. The only thing that I would like to see change is how they build the houses in the neighborhoods.Read 17 Reviews. Explore the safest places in the U.S. based on crime rates for murder, assault, rape, burglary, and other crime statistics.

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