Indian Trace Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Search below to see all of the new Indian Tracehomes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! Located off Hopewell Rd north of Alpharetta, Indian Trace is a small community of beautiful single family homes. Aside from the peace and quiet normally associated with subdivisions found this part of the city, Indian Trace is also desirable for having properties with an Alpharetta address with the benefit of lower Cherokee county taxes.
For more information on Indian Trace 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. Indian Trace Community Information
About Indian Trace Real Estate
A forested subdivision made up of just a single cul-de-sac street, Indian Trace has minimal traffic and noise, which makes it perfect for those who are looking for a tranquil lifestyle without being too far from the city. Most homes were built in the 1990s and sit on at least an acre of land. A typical home in Indian Trace has three to four bedrooms and at least two full baths; prices as of writing range from $200,000 to $325,000.
Amenities Near Indian Trace
Just a few minutes east of Indian Trace is Midway Park, which has plenty of amenities that the whole families can enjoy. These include seven youth baseball fields, two tennis courts, two football/lacrosse turf fields, batting cages, two walking trails, picnic pavilion and others. The park also offers several youth and adult sports programs. Those who are looking to sign up for a private club will be glad to know that The Manor Golf and Country Club is also nearby, featuring Georgia’s only Tom Watson-designed golf course along with other world-class amenities.
Indian Trace Area Schools
Schools assigned to Indian Trace are:
- Free Home Elementary School
- Creekland Middle School
- Creekview High School
The community has easy access to plenty of schools in the Cherokee County School District, and the short commutes guarantee more time for parental involvement in their child’s education. The school system in Cherokee consists of 44 schools and centers, with more than 4,500 staff helping the students develop to their full potential. The district aims to produce responsible and productive citizen by exposing them plenty of opportunities in academics, athletics, and the arts.