Sandy Springs, an affluent suburb just north of Atlanta, is conveniently located near I-285 and 400, with easy access to I-75 and I-85. Formerly an Unincorporated area of the City of Atlanta, Sandy Springs became a city December 1, 2005 and has flourished since. The boundaries of Sandy Springs are Atlanta to the south, Cobb County (at the Chattahoochee River) to the west and north, Roswell (also at the river) to the north, and the newly incorporated city of Dunwoody (at the DeKalb County line) to the east. A small panhandle in the northeast extends between the Chattahoochee River to the north and Dunwoody to the south, ending in a very small border with Gwinnett County.
Popular subdivisions include:
Aberdeen Forest | Amberglades | Avallon | Brandon Mill Summit | Breakwater | Cameron Glen | Chastain Park | Glen Errol | Glenridge Close | Grogans Bluff | Heards Forest | Huntcliff | Laurian Wood | Lost Forest | North Harbor | Oakridge Forest | Old Londonberry| Overton Hills | River Chase | River Shore Estates | Riverside | Robert’s Station | Seville | Spalding Green | Suffolk Forest & Spalding Woods | Talbot Colony | Telfair | Trillium | Wembley Hall | Winterthur
Condominiums and Townhomes:
Alderwood | Autumn Chace | Blue Stone Lofts | Barrington Hills | Brandon Mill Farms | Brickstone Heights | Cambridge | Carlyle Ridge | Carriage Gate | Elizabeth Heights | Fairfax | Glenridge Commons | Glenridge Creek | Glenridge Heights | Glenridge Park | Granville | Hammond Heights | Heritage Oaks | Highlands of Sandy Springs | Johnson Creek | Johnson Ferry Park | Masons Creek | Mystic Ridge | One River Place | Park Towers & Park Towers Place | Promenade at Northplace | Serrano | Townhomes at Sandy Springs | Village Creek | Willow Glen