Established in the 1830s, Roswell’s early settlers rose to prominence on cotton planted and milled locally, making it a solid target and subsequently a firm stronghold for Sherman in 1864. Existing quietly for the next century, Roswell’s current resurgence began in the late 1980s and now the city is widely celebrated for both its restoration efforts and future planning.
A fixture on lists touting the country’s most livable communities, Roswell’s unique history, convivial atmosphere, great schools, and convenient commute bolster the draw of this enchanting locale.
What to Expect
Historic charm combines with the contemporary creative appeal.
Antebellum landmarks blend seamlessly with far more recent arrivals in the form of eclectic shopping and dining.
Convenient access to downtown Atlanta brings sophisticated city style out to the suburbs.
This small town’s character is enlivened by entrepreneurial ventures and urban conveniences and bolstered by strong schools and a tight-knit community.
Verdant trails and bucolic streams along the riverway.
Hike down into the old mill ruins along Vickery Creek, stroll the Riverwalk, row along the Chattahoochee, or get acquainted with local wildlife at the Chattahoochee Nature Center.
A wide range of options to suit every budget.
A myriad of housing choices includes large luxury homes and estates, enclaves of bungalows and cottages, planned architecturally-controlled subdivisions, mid-century renovations, townhouse developments, apartment complexes, and some condos.
You'll Fall In Love With
Festivals and frivolity all around Roswell Square.
There’s always something on the calendar in Roswell with countless cultural affairs, merry markets, and recreational events dedicated to everything under the sun — the arts, cycling, lavender, azalea season, beer, butterflies, gardening, wine... Alive in Roswell and the Riverside Sounds Concert Series provide ongoing entertainment, while seasonal celebrations turn the town into a showplace.