Woodstock GA is located northwest of Atlanta GA, just off I-575. According to Wikipedia, Woodstock is the largest city in Cherokee County with an estimated 21,482 residents in 2006, compared to 195,327 for Cherokee County as a whole.
Downtown Woodstock is just east of I-575 nestled along GA Hwy 5. The town was originally a stop on the Louisville & Nashville railroad line and its quaint buildings in the historical commercial district date back to the late 1800’s. The Downtown district is currently being updated and will feature brick paver sidewalks and traffic calming buffers, creating a very pedestrian friendly environment. With antique and specialty shops, restaurants and a new mixed-use residential and commercial development next to the converted railroad station, Woodstock is a great town to stroll and spend the day. Throughout the year, Downtown Woodstock has weekend festivals, concerts, parades and First Friday Night events during the warmer months.
With its historic past and the modern living setting, Woodstock is truly a jewel of metro Atlanta. Learn more about Woodstock, GA from Wikipedia. And if you like the area, search Woodstock GA homes for sale to find out about real estate opportunities.
Here is Woodstock on a map relative to Atlanta: