Brandl Estates Homes For Sale – Alpharetta
Find the newest Brandl Estates homes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia below!
An inviting community with a wide range of home features, Brandl Estates is close to several great local attractions and is just minutes away from the GA 400.
For more information on Brandl Estates 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. Brandl Estates Community Information
Brandl Estates Community Highlights
Homes in Brandl Estates are made up of beautiful properties with wonderful interiors. Single story floor plans with great kitchens and bedrooms make Brandl Estates real estate perfect for families just looking for peace and comfort. Additionally, many of the homes in this neighborhood are situated in big lots, allowing residents to take advantage of the spacious outdoor living space. The average selling price for a four bedroom home in Brandl Estates is around $360,000, and most homes were built in 2008.
Amenities Near Brandl Estates Homes
Residents of Brandl Estates enjoy just being a walking distance away from several shopping and dining options along Old Milton Highway. A quick drive also brings them to several must-see destinations, such as the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, Big Creek Greenway, and North Point Mall. Its closeness to the GA 400 makes Brandl Estates highly accessible to other areas of historic Alpharetta.
Brandl Estates Area Schools
Schools assigned to Brandl Estates are:
- Elementary School: Alpharetta Elementary
- Middle School: Northwestern Middle
- High School: Milton High
Opened in 1921, Milton continues to be a vital part of the Fulton County School System, offering the perfect of tradition and contemporariness. 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.