One may have a difficult time finding a more balanced city than Lawrenceville, Georgia. Equally cutting-edge as it is historic, this second-oldest city in the Greater Atlanta area and the county seat of Gwinnett County is living proof that one really can have it all.
Lawrenceville offers its residents all of the benefits of living in a small community without sacrificing all of the luxurious amenities that make living in a larger city so attractive. As a testament to this fact, the city's performing arts are among the State's finest and the world-famous Aurora Theatre offers a robust calendar of live performances. Meanwhile, sports enthusiasts have the Gwinnett Gladiators, the local professional hockey team to root for at the majestic Gwinnett Center entertainment complex. Along with the full complement of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and specialty shops, Lawrenceville leaves its residents wanting for naught, and Discovery Mills, Lawrenceville's huge outlet mall, provides residents with a fantastic way to spend the day shopping without spending a lot of money.
Lawrenceville's historic side is also well-represented throughout the city. There are a number of landmarks and educational tours in which to learn more about the city and the region, as well as the local favorite, the Lawrenceville Ghost Tours where guides from the Aurora Theatre take guests on a fun and frightening walking tour designed to showcase the city's more notorious or at least no-longer-living residents.
While the entertainment options in Lawrenceville are generous to say the least, the city is equally teeming with employment opportunities. Lawrenceville enjoys a stable economy thanks to a large number of high profile employers in the area, including Scientific Atlanta, one of the country's leading manufacturers of television, telecommunications and broadband equipment. Meanwhile, the city's revitalized downtown square is home to several locally-owned and operated retail outlets and restaurants, giving Lawrenceville a strong showing of successful small businesses that operate side by side with the city's larger employers.
Lawrenceville's real estate market is also one of the healthiest in the country. The city is continually seeing an influx of new residents looking to take advantage of the region's splendid occupational opportunities and leisure pursuits and it has the perfect home for every budget. Whether you're interested in the private elegance of a home in the mountains or your budget calls for an affordable house in one of the city's family-friendly suburbs, you'll find exactly what you're looking for in this exceptional and historic city.
For those wishing to take full advantage of all that Lawrenceville, GA has to offer year round, Southland Custom Homes specializes in building new homes in Georgia. Southland Custom Homes is an on-your-land builder, so if you own mountain property in Gwinnett County, Southland can build your customized Georgia mountain home no matter where your property is located.
With over 100 floorplan options to choose from and an array of top-of-the-line interior appointments, Southland Custom Homes is among the premier builders in Georgia mountain homes. In addition to providing a huge selection of plan options, Southland Custom Homes will even work with new homebuyers to alter a specific floorplan so that it is exactly what the buyer wants. If you are looking for a custom builder of new homes in Georgia, Southland Custom Homes is sure to meet and exceed your expectations.
Southland Custom Homes, one of the premier Georgia home builders, has model showrooms located in Macon (3956 Bloomfield Village Drive, Macon, GA 31206), Dawsonville (98 Bethel Drive, Dawsonville, GA 3053), and Marietta (265 N. Cobb PKWY, Marietta, GA 30062). Stop by or call us today at 1-866-56-BUILD* to see all that Southland has to offer!
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