Gainesville, GA

Hospitality Capital Of The World

When it comes to location, owners of Gainesville homes know that Gainesville is second to none. Located at the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and approximately 50 miles northeast of the city of Atlanta, Gainesville is surrounded on 3 sides by Lake Sydney Lanier and is the 19th largest city in the state of Georgia. It is quite a prosperous industrial, agricultural and recreational center. About 35,000 people live in Gainesville. As the largest city in Hall county, Gainesvile is the business hub for Northeast Georgia. Gainesville’s daytime population is estimated to be in excess of 100,000 and has an unemployment rate of only about 4%. It is known as the Poultry Capital of the World. Gainesville honors this title with a tall monument topped by a life-size chicken at the top of a pillar. During the Christmas season, the city even host the lighting of the chicken in downtown.

Owners of Gainesville homes love that this area combines a Southern small-town feel with such advantages as excellent water recreation, proximity to Atlanta and a pleasant climate. Quaint downtown Gainesville has a town square that host many events and festivals open to owners of Gainesville homes. There are also a number of historic homes and buildings in Gainesville.


Swimming, boating, fishing, camping, park

Lake Lanier is a reservoir located in Gainesville Georgia. It was created by the completion of Buford Dam on the Chattahoochee River in 1956, and is fed by the waters of the Chestatee River. Fun at Lake Lanier is how many owners of Gainesville homes spend time during the summer. There are a variety of adventurous activities and family fun at Lake Lanier parks in the area.