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Established in 1892, Auburn is named for the local red clay, used to dye fabric a special shade of red. In Auburn, you’ll find a small-town atmosphere combined with a growing business community. Auburn crosses the county line between Gwinnett and Barrow counties. With easy access to Highways 316, 324, 211, and 29/8. Atlanta and Athens are both short drives from Auburn.
If you enjoy the outdoors, you’ll find plenty of lovely, well-maintained parks in Auburn. James Shackelford Memorial Park, on the Apalachee River, provides walking trails, camping, and picnic pavilions. In downtown Auburn, the Roy E. Parks Children’s Playground offers picnic tables, shady trees, and the very latest in playground equipment for your kids to enjoy. Other downtown green spaces include R.H. Burel Park and Whistlestop Park, with its historic train caboose. The Auburn community gathers here for festivals, movies, concerts, and other events. Residents enjoy biking on the Bicycle Trail Head, which will soon include a fountain, seating, and a new welcome center with restrooms. Another new community recreation asset in Auburn is the Parks Family Sports Complex. Auburn Dixie Youth runs a baseball program here, and volleyball, soccer, and tennis are coming soon. Pony League baseball is played at Parks Mill Ball Fields.
One of Auburn’s most unique organizations is OWLS (Older Wiser Laughing Seniors). Residents 55 and up enjoy a monthly luncheon, along with special trips and events. The Auburn Public Library and Auburn Museum, provide cultural enrichment, and Barrow County is currently finishing a new Veterans’ Memorial.
Auburn is a great place to work as well as to live. The Downtown Overlay District and Downtown Development Authority are revitalizing our central business area, and Auburn is also a certified Main Street Community. Our goal is to maintain the feeling of a small town while allowing for healthy planned growth. New businesses can receive tax credits via the Auburn Opportunity Zone.
Popular Communities in Auburn, GA
Home buyers looking for a great subdivision in Auburn might wish to consider The Retreat at Ashbury Park, Parkside at Mulberry, Wildflower Park, Overlook at Brookside, Brookside Crossing, Sierra Creek, The Orchard at Mill Creek, or Kensington.
Buying or Selling a Home in Auburn, GA
For those wishing to take full advantage of all that Auburn, GA has to offer, iHome Realty specializes in selling and buying homes throughout Gwinnett County and Barrow County. Whether you want to sell your home in Auburn or find a new home for your family, our real estate agency and brokerage is here to help you get the best value, with no compromise in service.