Chattahoochee Hills : Georgia


What It Is Like to Retire in Chattahoochee Hills

Chattahoochee Hills, formerly called Chattahoochee Hill Country is a city with a population of approximately 2,400  southwest of Atlanta. This mostly rural area is bordered on the northwest side by the Chattahoochee River.


Where to Retire in Chattahoochee Hills and Home Prices

There are active adult communities and other developments suitable for those 55+ in the area.  The median home value in Chattahoochee Hill Country was $299,634 in early 2021, according to Zillow.


What Is Special about Chattahoochee Hills

Chattahoochee Hills is a small, quiet town with a low cost of living.

What Is Not Special about Chattahoochee Hills

The town is isolated and may be too small for some.

Who Will Like Retirement in Chattahoochee Hills

Those who want a small community with a low crime rate and housing costs but not far from a metropolitan area (Atlanta), may enjoy living here.

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Climate and Physical Environment

January's average temperature is 43 degrees with July's average at 74 degrees.

Restaurants & Cultural Scene

For the cultural scene Atlanta is just 30 miles away.


Chattahoochee Hills has a low crime rate.


Medical Facilities

There are hospitals in Fayetteville and Newnan both about 20 miles from Chattahoochee Hills, and all types of medical facilities can be found in Atlanta.


The nearest airport is in Atlanta, about 20 miles away.

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