North Farm Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Search below to see all of the new North Farmhomes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! Located about half an hour north of Atlanta, North Farm is family-oriented swim and tennis community made up of 252 beautiful homes. Residents enjoy just being within a few miles from some of the county’s top schools and best amenities.
For more information on North Farm 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. North Farm Community Information
North Farm real estate offers spacious traditional homes built from 1985 to 1995. With North Farm being such a family-oriented community, it comes as no surprise that homes in the subdivision look like they were built to entertain. Common features like large living and dining rooms, kitchens with breakfast area, terrace levels with in-law suites, and deck areas make being a host such a breeze. A typical home in North Farm has three to four bedrooms; prices as of writing range from $255,000 to $430,000.
North Farm Community Highlights
One of the first things that new homeowners will notice is how alive the community spirit is in North Farm. The kind of place where people actually know people, there are several committees in the neighborhood that make sure North Farm is in tip-top shape and that all residents have their needs taken care of. The social committee does a particularly fine job of keeping the community tightly-knit, planning year-round activities for the whole family, such as Halloween, Christmas, and Labor Day parties just to name a few. Many of these gatherings take place at the pool facility, open from May to September.
North Farm Area Schools
Schools assigned to North Farm are:
- Elementary School: Birmingham Falls
- Middle School: Northwestern
- High School: Milton
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.