Welcome to Glen Abbey in Alpharetta, Georgia! Glen Abbey is a Jim Cowart planned executive swim and tennis community with traditional mostly brick homes with three car garages. From GA 400 north, Glen Abbey is easily accessed from Exits 9 (Haynes Bridge) and 10 (Old Milton Parkway) via Kimball Bridge Road. The Glen Abbey Clubhouse is located at 3600 Grey Abbey Drive, Alpharetta, GA 30022. Phone 770.442.9121.
Glen Abbey has a very active Home Owners Association, Social and Civic Committees. Our great swim facility, which includes a children's splash park, is also home to the Glen Abbey Gators, our neighborhood swim team. Eleven lighted tennis courts are available to the community, plus the services of a resident pro and multiple assistant pros. Glen Abbey is proud of its many ALTA and USTA champion teams. An Old English-style clubhouse greets guests with a cozy fireplace, full kitchen and ample space for social gatherings and neighborhood meetings. An on-site workout room is also available. A basketball court, walking trail, and two children's playgrounds round out the amenities. It is also an easy bike ride to the Big Creek Greenway (www.georgiatrails.com/trails/bigcreek.html).
Just minutes from North Atlanta's best shopping, dining and entertainment, Glen Abbey is your best choice when location is most important. Many residents take advantage of the North Georgia mountains or Lake Lanier, which are less than an hour away.
Glen Abbey children attend some of the top public schools in Georgia, including New Prospect Elementary (http://www2.fultonschools.org/school/newprospect/
), Webb Bridge Middle School (http://www2.fulton.k12.ga.us/school/webbbridge/) and Alpharetta High School (http://www.ahsraiders.com/).
With such an outstanding North Fulton location, Glen Abbey is one of the most sought-after communities in the Atlanta metro area.
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