Seven Oaks Subdivision, Johns Creek Real Estate, Homes for Sale in Seven Oaks, Market Report 01/2009

Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Greater Atlanta

7oaksSeven Oaks Subdivision is located in North Fulton County in the Johns Creek and Alpharetta Area.  Seven Oaks sits off of McGinnis Ferry Road near the new Emory Johns Creek Hospital.  It is conveniently located to Ga 141 and Ga 400.  It is not only a swim & tennis community but the neighborhood also has a soccer park, basketball court, private lake and nature trails.  There are about 650 homes on the 570 acre development.  The neighborhood is in the top rated Northview High School district.  Former Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta Braves star "Neon" Deon Sanders once called Seven Oaks his home. 

There are currently 18 homes Active on the market in Seven Oaks.  They range in price from a Short Sale and Foreclosure opportunities of a 5 Bedroom 4.5 Bath home listed for $259,900 up to a 6 Bedroom 5.5 Bath home with an asking price of $750,000.  Below are the current market statistics for Seven Oaks per FMLS as of 01/20/09.



There is currently one home pending under contract scheduled to close on 2/16/09.  This home is a 6 Bedroom 5.5 Bath home on a fully finished basement.  The original asking price was $609,900 before reducing to the current asking price of $559,900.

There has been one recent sale in Seven Oaks.  This home closed on 12/12/08 and is a 4 Bedroom 3.5 Bath home originally listed for $344,900 before closing for $330,000.

Click here to see our current listings in Seven Oaks or in another area.

Posted by Scott Hamilton of RE/MAX Greater Atlanta - Johns Creek - Atlantas Elite Team,,


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