Woodridge Homes For Sale – Alpharetta, GA
Search below to see all of the new Woodridgehomes for sale in Alpharetta, Georgia! Located less than 10 minutes away from Alpharetta’s awesome downtown area, Woodridge is a family-friendly subdivision with a population of just a little more than 500.
For more information on Woodridge 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. Woodridge Community Information
Woodridge is a small community made up of charming traditional homes, many of which were built between the years 1994 to 1999. Common features include a nice open floor plan, with the fireplace family room open to the kitchen and dining area – an entertainer’s dream come true. A typical home in Woodridge has three bedrooms and two bathrooms; as of writing, prices range from $245,000 to $365,000.
Amenities Near Woodridge
A short distance north of Woodridge is a diverse collection of restaurants along Jones Bridge Rd, which includes eateries than can only be found in Alpharetta, such as Koko’s Japanese, Marlow’s Tavern, Sushi Mania, and Jones Bridge Pizza. Woodridge is also less than 10 minutes away from downtown, where residents enjoy going to the city’s best attractions and amenities, some of which are the VZW Amphitheater, North Point Mall, the Avalon, and Big Creek Park.
Woodridge Area Schools
Schools assigned to Woodridgeare:
- Barnwell Elementary School
- Autrey Mill Middle School
- Johns Creek High School
The Fulton County School System is known for having some of the best high schools in GA, and Johns Creek High School is definitely one of them. With a GreatSchools rating of ten out of a possible ten, JCHS offers a challenging but manageable curriculum that prepares students for higher education. This approach has been proven effective: exit exam results for college readiness, mathematics and English are consistently above GA average. The facility enrolls around 1933 students with a student to teacher ratio of eighteen students for every teacher.