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Milton

Why you'd want to live in Milton

State Rep. Jan Jones introduced the bill for the City of Milton in January 2005 with the intent of moving the bill forward in January 2006. This gave residents one full year to consider all the ramifications of cityhood before the bill could become law. A City of Milton committee worked diligently to help coordinate information and research. On March 9, 2006, the bill creating the new city of Milton resoundingly passed both in the Georgia House of Representatives (127-21) and passed in the Senate (49-0). At 2 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, Governor Sonny Perdue signed HB 1470 into law. (Click to review the full city charter, including articles of incorporation and powers.) That left the final decision up to citizens. While not quite unanimous, it was close, as 85 percent of voters approved the referendum to create the City of Milton. The City's first general election for Mayor and City Council was held on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006. Joe Lockwood won that first mayoral election and his next three races. On Dec. 1, 2006, the City was incorporated and adopted Fulton County's ordinances. It has since worked to create its own model of governance utilizing public-private partnerships to leverage cost savings while providing quality municipal services. Milton has a population of more than 39,000 and covers 23,000 acres. It is bordered by Cherokee County to the north and west; Forsyth County to the east; Roswell city limits to the southwest (a little west of Arnold Mill Road); and Alpharetta city limits to the south (roughly, Mayfield Road to Cogburn Road to Windward Parkway). Named after Revolutionary War Hero John Milton -- the namesake, too, of the former Milton County that included modern-day Milton between 1857 and 1931 -- the City of Milton is a part of Fulton County with County Commission representation. via miltonga.gov

Milton Market Report

$2,116,519

AVERAGE PRICE OF 185 HOMES

$2,890,472

AVERAGE PRICE OF 121 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$2,382,334

AVERAGE PRICE OF 46 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$4,183,909

AVERAGE PRICE OF 33 HOMES WITH A POOL

$949,466

AVERAGE PRICE OF 3 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $2,116,519
Avg Bedrooms 3.23 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.77 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

2 bedrooms $572,933
3 bedrooms $939,969
4 bedrooms $1,972,749
5 bedrooms $2,577,613
Milton Home Price Trends
  1/2024 12/2023 11/2023 10/2023 9/2023
Total Listings 279 301 293 297 289
Average Price $2,020,996 $1,985,774 $1,963,156 $1,870,051 $1,835,693
Avg Price Change +1.77% +1.15% +4.98% +1.87% +0.51%
Median Price $1,300,560 $1,339,410 $1,355,212 $1,239,442 $1,220,222
Med Price Change -2.99% -1.18% +9.34% +1.58% -1.16%
Avg Bedrooms 3.16 beds 3.25 beds 3.28 beds 3.26 beds 3.15 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.65 baths 3.7 baths 3.74 baths 3.68 baths 3.5 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Cambridge 118 $2,297,413 139 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 185 $2,116,519 125 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 121 $2,890,472 128 days
Newly Built Homes 46 $2,382,334 136 days
Homes with a Pool 33 $4,183,909 145 days
Reduced Price Homes 3 $949,466 58 days
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