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Old 06-25-2012, 01:28 PM
 
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Was just wondering if anyone could give me some details on nice small towns near Norcross. My husband and I are looking to move in the area due to my husbands job but have not heard many great things about Norcross. We do not have children yet but are looking for a nice place to settle down in and raise a family, are willing to travel up to 30 minutes away?

Thank you .
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Old 06-25-2012, 03:44 PM
 
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Norcross is a suburb of Atlanta, as are the towns around it. This thread should be in the Atlanta forum.
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Old 06-25-2012, 09:41 PM
 
Location: Atlanta
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You will get alot more responses from the Atlanta forum... Norcross is in the heart of Atlanta northeast suburbs (not the outskirts of)

The nice thing about working in Norcross is you have great options of alot of nice areas to raise a family in without a horrible commute!

I would look at North Duluth/Suwannee. You will find more traffic, but it is a new hotspot in Gwinnett's suburbs. Alot of new and exciting things going on.

Older more established suburbs... I would definitly look further southeast... past Lilburn. The Parkview and Brookwood school clusters are great. The area is mostly single family housing commuter suburbs with lots of trees!

You can also look north down Peachtree Pkwy in John's Creek. You won't get as much house for your money as you probably will in Gwinnett, but it is a really nice area.
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