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Within walking distance to the shops and restaurants of Historic Roswell is Roswell Station.    A small community of only 89 homes, most people would just drive by and think it was just another subdivision but Roswell Station is more than that.  A carefully planned community built in the early to...
04/01/2009
Naylor Hall was built in the 1840's by Barrington King for H.W. Proudfoot, manager of the Roswell mills.  Barrington King came to North Georgia with his father, Roswell King in the late 1830's, to clear land and build the first mill. In anticipation of Sherman's march, a great many supplies of Co...
02/20/2009
Nestled within walking distance to Roswell Area Park and Historic Roswell is Crabapple Commons.  These lovely townhomes were built in 1999 but still look new.  Crabapple Commons is a relatively small community, only 57 homes. These four-sided brick homes were built by Pulte homes.  The community ...
02/16/2009
In 1838, Roswell's founding father, Roswell King began work on the first cotton mill.  In 1839 it was incorporated as The Roswell Manufacturing Company, just one year after the native Cherokee people were forced onto the Trail of Tears.  The company was hugely successful and during the Civil War,...
01/29/2009
Located just steps from Roswell's covered bridge, this small community offers a lot of bang for the buck!  Built in 2003 by Beazer Homes, there are only 32 units in the complex.  The one level units have 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, sell in the high $190,000's to low $200,000's.  A multi-level un...
01/25/2009
The Bricks were built by the Roswell Manufacturing Company in 1840.  The Bricks were two apartment buildings that originally housed cotton mill workers and their families until the 1950's.  The Brick's could quite possibly be the oldest standing apartment buildings in the United States.  If only ...
01/22/2009
Nestled in a small section of Roswell that has Cobb County taxes is the popular Loch Highland subdivision.  In the late 1970's, developer Earl McMillen was looking to achieve the second-home concept of having a home that could double as a lake house or a mountain house and still be less than an h...
01/21/2009
Dr. Francis Robert Goulding was born in 1810, the son of Reverend Thomas Goulding who was the founder and first president of Columbia Theological Seminary.  Roswell residents may recognize the Goulding name.  The Goulding House is the large home sitting at the end of Goulding Place, just off of C...
01/19/2009
Several of my clients have asked me what the deal with Mountain Park is.  While showing property in this community, one even commented that it must be where people in the witness protection program go to live.  This comment was predicated on the fact that maps do not accurately reflect the city s...
01/19/2009
Roswell's City Council just approved the submission of a grant application to bring stability to neighborhoods with abandoned and foreclosed homes due to the mortgage crisis.  The grant, more specifically known as Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP), is ...
01/18/2009
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