About Acworth, Georgia
Acworth, GA is 35 miles northwest of Atlanta off I-75. Close enough to experience the many Atlanta cultural and economic features, Acworth is still far enough removed with its own small town personality. Acworth is surrounded by two beautiful lakes (Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona), which offer beaches, swimming, fishing, boating and camping to its visitors. There are twelve parks that surround Acworth for picnicking. Cobblestone Golf Course along the banks of Lake Acworth was recently rated the #1 public course in Georgia by Golf Digest.
Acworth's historical downtown district is a shopper's delight. The Dixie Highway, "the granddaddy of Interstate 75," was the first interstate to reach into the south and is Acworth's Main Street, which was a part of the original Dixie route. By the time of its incorporation in 1840, Acworth prospered as a typical railroad town. Today, Acworth is designated as a Georgia Main Street city and is part of the Main Street America program. As a result, the city is committed to preserving the historical significance of its downtown district buildings.
Acworth real estate sales continue to be swift. Homes for sale in Acworth range in all sizes, ages and prices. For the savvy home shopper, Acworth is a great place to call home.
Information for Acworth, GA ZIP Code 30101
Median household income - $78,218
Median home cost - $168,550
Home appreciation - (-7.39%)
Population - 57,651
Population density (per sq. mile) - 1,246
Population growth since 2000 - 51.14%
*Information for Acworth, GA ZIP Code 30102
Median household income - $62,234
Median home cost - $145,860
Home appreciation - (-5.47%)
Population - 35,269
Population density (per sq. mile) - 1,062
Population growth since 2000 - 11.52%