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The City of Norcross is Gwinnett County’s second oldest city. It was founded by J. J. Thrasher and named for his good friend Jonathan Norcross, a former Mayor of Atlanta. Norcross was incorporated on October 26, 1870. The Mayor and City Council have sought to preserve the city’s charm. The City maintains a quiet, picturesque downtown district while along its fringes are corporations doing millions of dollars of business on a daily basis.

Known in its early days as “Atlanta’s Favorite Summer Resort,” we invite you to visit Norcross today and discover for yourself the many exciting surprises in our 112-acre Historic District. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, you’ll find picturesque rows of restored narrow brick buildings in our charming “downtown” illuminated by old-fashioned street lamps and lined with crepe myrtle, dogwoods and inviting benches…Visit one of Atlanta’s few preserved Train Depots…Refresh yourself at one of our award winning restaurants.

All the classic styles of Southern architecture are showcased here for you to admire, from antebellum mansions to Victorian homes. Private citizens have adoringly preserved the many beautiful old residences boasting the famous broad porches which helped make Southern hospitality famous. Stately southern pines and magnificent old oak trees provide a cool, lacy canopy of shade for a relaxing walking tour of our Historic District.

Treasured by its citizens, Norcross has been restored and preserved for your enjoyment today. Come and visit us and don’t be surprised when Norcross delights and inspires you, just as it did old-timer Edward Buchannan, inventor of the “Nor-X,” the first automobile manufactured in the South!

Norcross’ hometown charm, convenience to metropolitan Atlanta and award winning schools have led to the development of numerous new subdivisions for families. Our many churches of diverse denominations also sponsor functions and provide support for children and families.

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While embodying the spirit of a traditional hometown, Lawrenceville presents cosmopolitan amenities for every stage of life. By keeping an eye on the future, city leaders have planned projects to meet the evolving needs and desires of its citizens. Lawrenceville is proud to be home to the cutting-edge Gwinnett Medical Center, Georgia Gwinnett College, Gwinnett Technical College, the Gwinnett Braves Minor League Baseball Team, and as the County Seat, the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center. Georgia Gwinnett College the nation’s first four-year public college created in the 21st Century and Georgia’s first four-year public college established in over 100 years offers a liberal arts education with bachelor and associate degrees, as well as graduate programs, in conjunction with the University of Georgia and Georgia Perimeter College.

A focused revitalization effort, launched in 2005, has created an enticing downtown district that encompasses every aspect of life residential, retail, recreational, and professional full of small-town flavor. The proximity of numerous venues attracts foot traffic, which, in turn, has encouraged a continuation of thoughtful planning and redevelopment. All major roads converge in the heart of downtown, and convenient parking further entices trips to Lawrenceville, whether for a single outing or an extended stay.

From an in-town flat to a neighborhood home with swim and tennis facilities, a variety of lifestyle choices are available in Lawrenceville. A number of senior living options, too, meet the changing needs of residents while enabling families and friends to keep their loved ones close.

Once settled here, individuals and families find plenty to do. Renovated and maintained, places of historic value offer fascinating views into the past. In support of the arts, Lawrenceville built a permanent home for the Aurora Theatre, which produces professional plays, musicals and shows for all ages year-round. The City also hosts concerts on the square for public enjoyment. Depending on the season, individuals enjoy farmers markets, arts festivals, and ghost tours in addition to a variety of unique dining and shopping options.

Known as a family-friendly community built upon traditional values, Lawrenceville also has many thriving churches and other houses of worship. Additionally, volunteerism and community service, through religious and civic organizations, as well as by individual initiatives, continue to flourish.

Just as the old-timers welcomed those who came to Lawrenceville by train, citizens today invite all whether from across the county or the opposite side of the globe to experience the best of Southern hospitality enhanced with every metropolitan amenity. People who live in our quiet picturesque city enjoy its small town charm without sacrificing all the conveniences of the big city: Atlanta is just a few exits down the road…or take a half hour scenic drive to the southernmost reaches of the Appalachian mountains.

Whether it’s old-style south you want or the modern features and traditional elegance of new homes, many diverse housing opportunities await you. Our growing new subdivisions invite you to explore their different styles and modern features. Come and visit us today and see for yourself how Norcross helps make Gwinnett County one of the fastest growing communities in the United States.

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Duluth is recognized as a model city for Gwinnett County. It is poised with a perfect blend of small businesses, entrepreneurial enterprise, major corporation and visionary developers. Its success rate has been obtainable through sound economic efforts, business advocacy and leadership development. The vitality of Duluth is no accident. It is the result of careful planning and great foresight on the part of its business and community leaders. From tangible communication programs to local events that influence and impact the business environment, Duluth embraces a unique, concentrated form of government.

As the second largest city in Gwinnett County, Duluth is noted first in financial stability throughout the State of Georgia. As a result, there are no bond ratings, and the City basks debt free. This, in addition to Duluth’s favorable growth pattern, has earned it the reputation of a suburban oasis, making it a very desirable address, particularly at the start of a new millennium.

Duluth remains a busy hub today, continuing in the vanguard of the Metro area’s great business and residential expansion. Despite phenomenal growth, it has remained its small-town character, where personal camaraderie, spirited by annual holiday and festive events, is savored. Duluth is home to more than 26,000 residents who live, work and play in its 9.8 square-mile community. Its commercial corridor is among Gwinnett County’s busiest. Over 1,600 businesses are located within the City limits.

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Norcross, Lawrenceville, and Duluth includes the friendly communities of Norcross, Lawrenceville, Duluth, Suwanee, Grayson, Lilburn, Champions Run, Copperleaf, Green Wood, Lanier Springs, Maplecliff, Old Friendship Place, Three Bridges, Three Bridges, Ashmore, Astoria at Historic Norcross, Avonley Creek, Baxley Ridge, Bear’s Best Estates, Bentwood at Sugarloaf, Beyers Landing, Bogan Meadows , Buford Village, Chateau Elan, Hampshire Place, Lum Howell Park, Madison Park, Magnolia Village, Reserve at E. Jones Bridge, Stonecypher, Sugarloaf Country Club, The River District, Arbor Oaks, Brooks Chase/Enclave, Brooks Chase/Preserve, Courtyards at Sugarloaf, Ellington Springs, Ellington Springs, Ewing Farm, Gardenside, Kendall Park, Oak Field, Princeton Crossing, Prospect Estates, Providence, River Stone, Stone Walk, Thornbrooke, Trilogy Park, Tuscany Park, Villages at Huntcrest, Watson Farm, Wilson Manor, Woodgate Hills, Woodgate Landing, Woodgate Landing, Yorkshire Estates, Abiglen, Alcovy Club, Anthony’s Creek, Apalachee Station, Arlington Point, Ashbury Park, Austins Pointe, Avington Glen, Avington Glen/The Arbors, Avington Glen/The Arbors, Avington Glen/The Enclave, Avington Glen/The Enclave, Barringer Park, Barrington Ridge, Bay Creek Manor, Bennington Square, Bowman Meadows, Bridgehaven, Brookhaven, Brookside Crossing, Brookwood Village, Brynfield/Oakhurst, Brynfield/Woodvale, Chandler Bluff, Chandler Bluff, Cooper Manor, Cooper Pointe, Del Mar Club at Harbins, Edgebrook, Estates at Nash Lake, Estates at Nelson Pt, Ewell Colony, Garden Gate, Garner Creek, Gates at Azalea Ridge, overnors Walk, Great River/Tribble Mill, Hannah’s Place, Harbins Landing, Harmony Estates, HavenStone, HavenStone, Haynes Creek, Heritage at Grayson, Highbranch Glen, HighGate, Hightower Ridge, Hollowstone, Indian Shoals Landing, Kensington Creek Manor, Kimberly Downs, Knollwood Lakes/Villas, Landing at Bay Creek, Laurelmist, Legends at Parkview, Lenora Meadows, Lynnfield Park, Mill Creek Station, Montreaux In-Towne, Montreaux In-Towne and Morgan Commons. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Greg Rayford & Company. The New Wave of Real Estate

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