Johns Creek GA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
"award winning public schools"
Johns Creek Homes For Sale: The Johns Creek real estate market consists of Townhome neighborhoods, Single Family neighborhoods and Luxury neighborhoods.
The Townhome and Single Family neighborhoods range in price from the high $200,000’s to the upper $300,000’s and are located in well manicured subdivisions with many great amenities.
Luxury neighborhoods including golf & gated communities start in the low $400,000’s and go to over 5 million. These upscale neighborhoods offer superior amenities which may include a state of the art clubhouse, a designer golf course, Jr. sized olympic swimming pools, kids playgrounds, lighted tennis courts and much more.
The award winning public schools in Johns Creek are part of the Fulton County School System. As of the 2009/2010 school year there are four high schools, four middle schools and 11 elementary schools.
High Schools: Centennial, Chattahoochee, Johns Creek & Northview
Middle Schools: Autrey Mill, Haynes Bridge, River Trail & Taylor Road
Elementary Schools: Abbotts Hill, Barnwell, dolvin, Findley Oaks, Hillside, Medlock Bridge, Northwood, Ocee, Shakerag, State Bridge Crossing & Wilson Creek.
The Blue Ribbon National School of Excellence.
Chattahoochee High, River Trail Middle and Dolvin Elementary
Georgia Schools of Excellence
Chattahoochee High, Taylor Road Middle & Haynes Bridge Middle
Interesting Facts About Johns Creek Georgia
The City of Johns Creek is located in the northeast corner of Fulton County; bounded on the south by the Chattahoochee River, on the east by Gwinnett County and the Chattahoochee, on the north by Forsyth County and on the west by the cities of Alpharetta and Roswell. It is the 10th largest city in the state of Georgia with an approximate population of 76,000 people.
Johns Creek’s transition from six unincorporated northeast Fulton communities – Newtown, Warsaw, Ocee, Shakerag, Autrey Mill and Johns Creek – to cityhood was initiated through the state legislative process. Johns Creek officially became a city on Dec. 1, 2006, when governance of the new city transferred from Fulton County to Johns Creek’s elected officials and city government.