The town of Lawrenceville is a quiet suburb located in the northern part of Atlanta. It is known to local residents to have a small town vibe with big city soul. Approximately 30 miles from the state capital, Lawrenceville offers a unique combination of Southern charm and modern flair. It offers an array of dining, attractions, hotels and events for all ages and interests, and is a hot spot for TV production and popular films like Sleepy Hollow, Ozark, The Mule and Doom Patrol. Adding to the charm and appeal of the city is the recent expansion of the Aurora Theater which offers Broadway shows, comedy and children’s programming.
With an area spanning across 36 square miles, this relatively small town is known for its numerous parks and scenic spots for outdoor enthusiasts and families, its large historic district with buildings dating back over 200 years, and the popular Tribble Mill Park that spans over 700 acres of land for hiking, fishing and boating.
Although Lawrenceville hasn’t seen much population growth, (steady at approximately 29,000 residents) properties have continuously been appreciating in value since the early 2000s stemming from a high demand for homes. According to NeighbourhoodScout.com, the median home value in Lawrenceville is $236,187, which is up 2% from 2019. In the past year, the number of homes sold has held steady with 239 homes reported sold last month (January 2020). The average days on market is 34 days, also similar to last year.