Highlands at Park Bridge Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Browse below to see new Highlands at Park Bridge homes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! This subdivision is found less than 10 minutes away from the GA 400 and is located near the heart of the city. Offering fine resort-like living with plenty of amenities within and around the neighborhood, residents enjoy a lifestyle that is at once both peaceful and relaxed.
For more information on Highlands at Park Bridge 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. Highlands at Park Bridge Community Information
Highlands at Park Bridge real estate offers stunning traditional brick homes, most of which were built in the latter half of the 1990s. Common features include high ceilings in two-story foyer and great rooms, open gourmet kitchens with breakfast bar and island, as well as hardwood flooring and lots of natural light throughout the main floor. Many homes also have a terrace level with extra spaces that can be customized to the owner’s liking, such as turning them into media rooms or a home office. Homes in Highlands at Park Bridge have five to six bedrooms, easily able to accommodate families of all sizes. Price for homes in the neighborhood range from $360,000 to $525,000 as of writing.
Amenities Near Highlands at Park Bridge
Life in the subdivision is never dull, thanks to a wide range of amenities found within the neighborhood itself and in the surrounding areas. The HOA does a fantastic job of maintaining the facilities in Highlands at Park Bridge, which includes a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a clubhouse. The community is also located just a short distance west from fun family activities at Webb Bridge Park and great shopping and dining at the Abbotts Village Shopping Center.
Highlands at Park Bridge Area Schools
Schools serving Highlands at Park Bridge are:
- Lake Windward Elementary School
- Webb Bridge Middle School
- Alpharetta High School
Students in the neighborhood study in some of Fulton School District’s top schools, one of which is Alpharetta High School. This educational facility established in 2004 has been named by Atlanta Magazine as one of Alpharetta’s best all-around high schools. It would be hard to argue with the distinction given the school’s history of receiving numerous awards in academics, athletics, and the arts. It boasts of phenomenal teachers who help their students achieve stellar scores in standardized tests. AHS enrolls around 2,100 students and has a student-to-teacher ratio of sixteen students for every teacher.