10 Best Places to Live in Georgia


10) Woodstock, Georgia

Woodstock is a higher income community in Georgia, reaching a household income of up to $85,000, that thrived on industrialization and mining. The average income parallels with the higher property value, however the artistic and cultural enthusiasm matched with delicious local food and a broad calendar of events justify the cost of living. Throughout this Cherokee County city you will find regular farmers’ markets and updated community bulletins in Woodstock, generating a passion for local creativity and hard work. The city also has a deep shopping district filled with handmade beauty products, craft beer, stylish antiques, stunning garden and floral shops, premium outdoor apparel, and so much more. The three major components of Woodstock’s geography include Towne Lake, the Ridgewalk Line, and the beautiful historic downtown area.