Bethany Commons Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Search below to see all of the new Bethany Commonshomes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! Located just a short distance east of central Crabapple, Bethany Commons is a sought-after upscale community made up of 32 gorgeous traditional and craftsman homes.
For more information on Bethany Commons real estate for sale, or to schedule a private home showing, call your Alpharetta, Georgia real estate specialists – Mark Spain Real Estate at (770) 886-9000. Bethany Commons Community Information
Bethany Commons real estate offers immaculate single family craftsman and traditional homes. Many of them were built from 2006 to 2007, although some were constructed as recently as 2013. With plenty of curb appeal, fine craftsmanship and designed with astounding attention to detail, these properties are sure to catch the eye of even the most discerning of home buyers. As of writing, the price for a five-bedroom home in Bethany Commons ranges from anywhere between the high four to six hundreds.
Amenities Near Bethany Commons
A short distance west of Bethany Commons is the historic central Crabapple area, one of the oldest parts in Fulton County. This area is a dream come true for those who love to eat, with several acclaimed restaurants such as 850F Barpizza, Cans Taqueria, Dos Margaritas and more. Downtown is also where some of the best cultural events in GA are held. One such gathering is the Crabapple Fest, a yearly event wherein residents and guests from all over GA love to participate in. 2015’s fest was attended by more than 30,000 and featured great food, drinks, music, and antique selections.
Bethany Commons Area Schools
Schools assigned to Bethany Commons are:
- Alpharetta Elementary
- Northwestern Middle
- Milton High
Opened in 1921, Milton High continues to be a vital part of the Fulton County School System, offering the perfect combination of traditional and modern teaching techniques. It strives to be second to none, providing a safe, supportive and a challenging learning environment that fosters academic excellence. Newsweek Magazine included Milton High in the 2009 list of top-ranking high schools in the entire USA, placing #307. It serves around 2,000 students with a student to teacher ratio of 18 students for every teacher.