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Roswell Homes For Sale
Keller Williams Realty ATL North
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties
Realty One Group Edge
Duffy Realty of Atlanta
HARRY NORMAN REALTORS
Ansley Atlanta Real Estate, LLC
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Roswell Real Estate Market
The Roswell area was part of Cobb County when first settled, and the county seat of Marietta was a four-hour (one-way) horseback ride to the west. Since Roswell residents desired a local government, they submitted a city charter for incorporation to the Georgia General Assembly.
The charter was approved on February 16, 1854. By the time of the Civil War, the cotton mills employed more than 400 people, mostly women. Given settlement patterns in the Piedmont, they were likely of Scots-Irish descent. As the mill increased in production, so did the number of people living in the area. Today it is a bustling area filled with restaurants, shops, parks, and businesses.