Aviary Homes For Sale – Alpharetta
Find the newest Aviary homes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia below!
Located right near the southeastern border of Alpharetta next to Johns Creek, Aviary is a cozy and close-knit community made up of 136 homes. A private swim and tennis neighborhood, residents enjoy an active lifestyle with plenty of amenities and activities found throughout the area.
For more information on Aviary real estate for sale, or to schedule a private home showing, call your Alpharetta real estate specialists – Mark Spain Real Estate at (770) 886-9000. Aviary Community Information
Aviary Community Highlights
Aviary is popular for its great amenities, which serve in bringing this family-friendly community even closer. Social activities are regularly held in Aviary and revolve around its fantastic amenities, some of which include:
- Clubhouse & Gazebo
- Lighted Tennis Courts
- Basketball Court
- Swimming Pool with Baby Pool
Amenities Near Aviary Homes
State Bridge Road is only a little over a mile away. Many shopping areas and restaurants such as Outback Steakhouse, Pampas, and Mari’s Cucina is just down the road. Saddle Brook Shopping Center is also nearby and offers plenty of retail and entertainment options. Aviary’s convenient location makes sure its residents never run out of things to do!
Aviary Area Schools
Schools serving Aviary are:
- Elementary: State Bridge Crossing School
- Middle: Taylor Road Middle School
- High School: Chattahoochee High School
Chattahoochee High School aims for its students to learn to its full potential. The numbers show they’re hitting the target: it is currently ranked as the number one high school GA by ACT composite test scores and have been recognized the US Department of Education as one of America’s Blue Ribbon Schools. The student population is at 1,855 with a student to teacher ratio of 20 students for every teacher. One of the Hooch’s feeder schools, the highly-rated Taylor Road Middle School, is right next door, guaranteeing a smooth transition and continued progress from middle to high school.