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Explore Dunwoody, GA

The population of Dunwoody has grown by more than 17,000 people since the year 2000. This incredible growth can be attributed to its diverse range and great opportunities found in this amazing city! As it stands now there are over 48 thousand residents with a median age at 37 years old.

Doorway in modern master bathroom
Modern and bright kitchen interior with appliances in a luxury house
$ 400 K
Median Home Value
+ 15 %
12 month change
$ 400 K
Median List Price
+ 18 %
12 month change
Market snapshot

Housing Stats

Home prices typically follow sales volume, with a time lag, since sales activity is the driver behind price movements.

Market snapshot

Housing Stats

Home prices typically follow sales volume, with a time lag, since sales activity is the driver behind price movements.

$ 200 K
Median Home Value
+ 8 %
12 month change
$ 200 K
Median List Price
+ 18 %
12 month change
market snapshot

Current Trend

This chart compares the price trend and sales volume for homes in an area. Home prices typically follow sales volume, with a time lag, since sales activity is the driver behind price movements.

Map of Dunwoody Georgia

What is it like to live in Dunwoody, GA?

Dunwoody, GA, a relatively young city, is an excellent place to live and has great growth potential. It’s located just 17 miles north of Atlanta and is a great place to call home for commuters or families looking for a longer-term residence. It’s a medium-sized city and home to 49 thousand people just outside the I-285 Perimeter. The perfect location with quick access to everything, including jobs and entertainment venues. The southern boundary allows for an easy commute every day taking only 30 minutes.

Dunwoody is a city that was established in 2008. It has an interesting history, however; it’s not just any old small town with characterful charm and culture like the people who live there know how to enjoy themselves! The Perimeter area which dominates its southern part houses high-rise office buildings as well shopping malls while residential streets lie north where country clubs are found alongside charming village crosses marking center points for community life.

It’s a pedestrian-friendly town with sidewalks lined by trees and residential streets. The popular place to bike has created multi-use trails that connect like our very own Trailway! There are only 54% homeowners here which means there’s plenty of choice whether you’re looking for renting or purchasing property – according to last year’s figures (since updated), an average home price was $455K; this increased 5%.