Summer Trace

Summer Trace Homes For Sale – Alpharetta

Discover the latest Summer Trace homes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia below! Summer Trace is a community of single-family detached homes in Johns Creek, just east of Alpharetta. Most homes in this highly sought after neighborhood have three to four bedrooms and have prices that range from the low to the high two hundreds. Your neighbors in Summer Trace enjoy a calm and serene lifestyle while being close to the livelier areas of Alpharetta and Johns Creek.

For more information on Summer Trace real estate for sale, or to schedule a private home showing, call the experts on homes and properties in Alpharetta – Mark Spain Real Estate at (770) 886-9000.  Summer Trace Community Information

About Summer Trace Real Estate

Buyers searching the Summer Trace real estate market will find quaint ranch style homes, most of which have at least 2-3 bedrooms, not to mention ample space for entertaining. These homes were constructed predominantly during the 1980s; however, upgrades have become quiet standard and most kitchens and bathrooms have new appliances and appointments.

Summer Trace Community Highlights

Pool membership in nearby Haynes Landing is open to Summer Trace for a minimal annual fee. The pool offers much-needed stress relief and relaxation; the short walk to the amenity will undoubtedly be worth it.

Amenities Near Summer Trace Homes

Future homeowners will be glad to know that Summer Trace’s location is very convenient to dining and shopping. Buying essentials just got more exciting with Kroger, Walgreens, and Publix within close proximity of each other just a little more than a mile away. There is also a number of restaurants where shoppers can grab a quick bite before hauling their buys back home. A short drive will also take you to stellar shopping and entertainment, with the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater and North Point Mall just fifteen minutes away.

Summer Trace Area Schools

  • Elementary School: Northwood
  • Middle School: Haynes Bridge
  • High School: Centennial

Centennial High School opened in 1997 and was named after the Olympic Games held in Atlanta the year prior. Parents can rest assured that their kids are learning in a state of the art learning facility that has an award-winning media center, with a staff of 170 certified professionals looking after them. CHS serves 2000 students and has a student-to-teacher ratio of sixteen students for every teacher.

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