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Living in Cumming, GA

Named after Colonel William Cumming, the city of Cumming was established in 1833 and incorporated the following year. The county seat of Forsyth County, Cumming blends picturesque small-town charm with its own unique kind of irresistible urbanized flair, offering numerous recreational opportunities that earned it the motto of “The Gateway to Leisure Living.” Access to Metro Atlanta from Cumming is less than an hour away through Georgia State Route 400. This ideal location was responsible for turning the city into one of the more highly regarded and progressive commuter towns in the region.

Luxury Homes for Sale in Cumming GA and Luxury Real Estate Atlanta

There’s a wide selection of homes in Cumming, which will definitely appeal to all types of homebuyers. This includes many traditional single-family detached residences, cozy townhouses, sprawling estate properties and luxury custom homes found in numerous lovely neighborhoods throughout the city like Adams Landing, Ashebrooke, Bethelview Downs, Breeze Bay Colony, Castlebrooke, Creekstone Estates, Dobbs Creek Shores, Polo Golf and Country Club, Stoney Point Farms, Windermere, Wingfield Estates, and many more. If you prefer to build your very home, then you can opt to purchase land and lots that are suitable for new construction. Contact us today if you need more information about luxury real estate in Atlanta GA.

Attractions and Things to Do in Cumming, GA

Nearby Lake Sidney Lanier provides an ideal holiday getaway for everyone, with a variety of recreational activities ranging from boating, canoeing, and kayaking to fishing, swimming, camping and hiking. The lake is actually a reservoir that was created by the construction of Buford Dam, and was the site of many sporting events during the 1996 Summer Olympics.

The Sawnee Mountain Preserve features 963 acres of scenic woodland space, hiking trails, and interactive exhibits. A natural rock formation at the top of the trail system called the Indian Seats provides spectacular views of the North Georgia Mountains and surrounding countryside that’s enhanced by the changing colors of the seasons, particularly during autumn.

The Cumming Fairgrounds, located along Castleberry Road, is a popular site for many local events and festivals, including the 4th of July Celebration, Taste of Forsyth, Christmas in Cumming Arts & Crafts Show, and the 11-day Cumming Country Fair & Festival held every October.