Sugar Mill Subdivision, Homes for Sale in Sugar Mill, Johns Creek GA, Market Update 01/2009

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Greater Atlanta

Sugar Mill Subdivision is an established swim and tennis subdivision and is home to some of the best Johns Creek Real Estate.  Sugar Mill, Medlock Bridge and Doublegate are very comparable to eachother.  Sugar Mill is literally within walking distance to one of the top public schools in the state, Northview High School.  It is also located out the back entrance of St Ives Country Club, a premier golf course community in Johns Creek.  There are 18 homes in this swim and tennis community currently on the market that range in price from $350,000 up to $640,000.  There are a few Short Sale and Foreclosure opportunities currently on the market in Sugar Mill.  

Below are the current market statistics per FMLS as of 01/20/2009.

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There is currently 1 pending home under contract.  The home is a 5 Bedroom 4 Bath home that originally listed for $399,000 before reducing to the current asking price of $349,000. 

There was one home that closed in December.  This was a 6 Bedroom 5 Bath home that originally listed for $539,000 before closing on 12/10/08 for $505,000.

Click Here to see our current listings in Sugar Mill or to see another home in the area.

Posted by Scott Hamilton of RE/MAX Greater Atlanta - Johns Creek GA - Atlantas Elite Team - Scott@AtlantasEliteTeam.com, www.AtlantasEliteTeam.com, www.AtlantasEliteBlog.com

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