Welcome to Fayetteville
A welcoming neighborhood full of family vibes and rich history.
With a unique combination of small-town tranquility and Hollywood vibes, Fayetteville is an unassuming powerhouse. As the home of Atlanta’s premier film studio, this quiet, leafy suburb sets the stage for creating excitement while staying true to the friendly atmosphere and exquisite manners for which the South is known. Established in 1823 and named for the French aristocrat Marquis de Lafayette, Fayetteville has earned a reputation as one of Georgia's best towns. From prestigious schools and lush, sprawling properties to top-notch hospitals and a vibrant film industry, Fayetteville invites residents to live life to the fullest.
Fayetteville is situated just 20 minutes outside of Atlanta, offering residents easy access to all the cosmopolitan conveniences of city life while still welcoming them home to a tranquil, idyllic setting. The thriving real estate market offers plenty of opportunities to find your castle, with styles ranging from sprawling ranch homes to stately brick colonials set on rolling hills.
What to Love
- Historic downtown area
- Serene, small-town atmosphere
- Excellent schools and private academies
- Proximity to Atlanta’s vibrant nightlife
- Unparalleled professional opportunities
People & Lifestyle
Recognized by the state of Georgia as an entrepreneur-friendly community, Fayetteville offers unprecedented opportunities for professionals across a diverse spectrum of industry. From A-list directors, designers, and producers working and living at Trilith Studios to the top research scientists, doctors, and medical specialists at Piedmont Fayette Hospital, Fayetteville welcomes talented and ambitious professionals.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Southern classics and international cuisine rub elbows with comfort food and couture in Fayetteville’s impressive boutique and bistro scene. Homemade food and a warm welcome are hallmarks of Broadway Diner and the menu of breakfast-through-dessert comfort cuisine hits the spot at any time of day. From fried green tomatoes to classic deli sandwiches, this theatrical-themed diner is a star among Fayetteville restaurants. Flavors of the bayou take center stage at La Fayette's Bon Temps Tavern, a laid-back Cajun bistro with specialties like catfish and crawfish etouffee. Running errands is a breeze with Fayetteville’s convenient shopping centers and retail complexes. Grab lunch, catch an afternoon matinee, or pick up a new outfit at Fayette Pavilion, or head to Fayetteville Towne Center for banking, groceries, and an array of restaurants.
Things to Do
Quiet neighborhoods and lush landscaping make Fayetteville an idyllic place to explore the great outdoors. Spend a relaxing day strolling the walking trails at Kenwood Park, get out on the athletic fields for a game of basketball, volleyball, or tennis, or make a playdate for the playground. Enjoy a good old fashioned amusement park experience at Fun Spot America. This dynamic theme park features roller coasters, bumper cars, carousels, go karts, and plenty of classic summertime treats. Brightmoor Amphitheater provides the soundtrack of summer with an impressive lineup of performers and musicians, from local talent to household names.