Winthrope Chase Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Search below to see all of the new Winthrope Chasehomes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! Conveniently located between Windward Parkway and downtown Alpharetta, Winthrope Chase is a peaceful swim community made up of delightful traditional homes. Residents lead an active lifestyle with plenty of amenities and activities found throughout the area.
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Winthrope Chase is made up of charming single family homes, most of which were built in the traditional fashion from 1997 to 1998. Located near downtown Alpharetta and in the top-performing Alpharetta school district, the subdivision is popular with home buyers looking for a great place to raise a family. Homes in Winthrope Chase have three to four bedrooms and at least two and a half baths; as of writing, prices range from $190,000 to $280,000.
Amenities Near Winthrope Chase
Just a short distance west of the subdivision is a great business park where residents could find almost everything they’d need in terms of shopping and dining. Walmart Supercenter, Costco, Lowe’s and the Home Depot are within close proximity of one another. There is also a nice selection of restaurants in the area, covering a wide range of cuisines, such as great Italian fare at Vinny’s on Windward and La Parilla, known for their delicious Mexican food served in a great festive setting. East of Winthrope Chase is downtown Alpharetta where more amenities and attractions can be found, including the Avalon, Big Creek Park, and the VZW Amphitheater.
Winthrope Chase Area Schools
Schools serving Winthrope Chase are:
- Manning Oaks Elementary School
- Hopewell Middle School
- Alpharetta High School
Winthrope Chase is close to some of Alpharetta’s top performing schools, one of which is Alpharetta High School. The school aims to be nationally competitive in academics, the arts, athletics and service to the community. Since establishing in 2004, AHS seems to be right on track: it’s been named by Atlanta Magazine as one of metro Atlanta’s best all-around high schools and was even nationally ranked #268 in Newsweek’s list of best high schools in 2012. Students are kept on their feet by the school’s challenging academic program and parents love the school for preparing their kids for a world outside of high school. AHS enrolls around 2,100 students with a student to teacher ratio of 16:1.