About Adair Park Real Estate
Adair Park real estate offers traditional family homes with plenty of charm and appeal. With homes that are spacious enough to be comfortable but not too large as to become unaffordable, it’s no wonder why homes in Adair Park do not last too long in the market. The peaceful ambiance found in the subdivision makes it a great place to raise families.
Many of the homes in Adair Park have eye-catching brick or stone exteriors which, aside from giving the homes wonderful curb appeal, also gives the overall feel of the neighborhood plenty of character and charm. Interiors feature large family rooms with fireplaces and nice spacious kitchens. Garages that can accommodate two to three vehicles can also double as additional storage or working areas. Great master suites and generously-sized secondary bedrooms complete the homes.
Amenities Near Adair Park
This quiet subdivision is located close to some of the more exciting areas in Cumming, giving residents in Adair Park a dynamic lifestyle that is enjoyed by few other communities in the city. Food lovers will be delighted to know that plenty of acclaimed restaurants can be found nearby. Exceptional dining can be experienced at places like Foster House and Tam’s Backstage, which offers standard American fare but in unique historic settings. Weekend warriors can look forward to having a great time at highly-rated gastro pubs like Good ‘ol Days and Gasthaus Le Café.
Adair Park Area Schools
Schools serving Adair Park are:
- Cumming Elementary School
- Otwell Middle School
- Forsyth Central High
Established in 1956 and originally known as Forsyth County High School, Forsyth Central High is one out of the five high schools in the Forsyth County School district, the seventh largest school system in Georgia. The school’s mission is to provide students with the proper tools to become productive problem solvers, effective communicators and selfless citizens. FCH is home to the hugely successful “The Flash of Crimson” marching band, a source of school pride for their numerous achievements in regional, state, and national band competitions. Forsyth Central enrolls around 2,100 students with a student to teacher ratio of 14 students for every teacher.