About Douglasville GA
Douglasville GA, population 31,000, enjoys a convenient location just 20 miles from the glitter and glam of downtown Atlanta and 10 minutes west of the thrill of Six Flags Over Georgia. Named for Stephen A. Douglas, Abraham Lincoln's opponent in the 1860 presidential election, Douglasville's history is rooted first in farming, then as a postbellum railroad town with a thriving commercial district. Today, the city's downtown area, with its vintage brick homes and offices, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Sweetwater State Park in Douglasville hosts Civil War reenactments that give a nod to the area's rich history. Douglasville is in Douglas County.
Area attractions: Six Flags Over Georgia, Sweetwater Creek State Park, Penny McHenry Hyrdangea Festival.
Latest Douglasville Homes for Sale
Very well maintained home only minutes from shopping, restaurants, schools and interstate. Four large bedrooms on second level. Main level offers a formal dining, a large...
Located in the heart of historic downtown Douglasville, the Iconic Community Property is adjacent to the city-owned arts and entertainment area known as OÃ¢Â€Â™Neal Plaza...
To Be Built! The gorgeous Eron A Plan! Formal Dining Room, Eat-in Kitchen with Island, 42" Cabinets, Stainless Appliances, Granite Counter Tops and Keeping Room. All ...
This captivating, updated and well-maintained home, features a split bedroom plan. The Entire home is absolutely stunning! It's been Totally renovated! If the kitchen is ...
Sit back a relax any where outside or inside of this home, to take in the magnificent view this property has to offer from the lake and the woods that surround this amazi...
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