Located just south of Atlanta in Fayette County, Peachtree City is Pathway Communities' signature creation. More than 20 years in the making, it is one of America's most successful master-planned cities--a thriving community of more than 30,000 residents who love to call Peachtree City home.
Founded in 1959, Peachtree City has been built upon the idea that it is indeed possible to develop more than land. By providing gathering places and paths to bring people together, protecting natural areas for everyone's enjoyment, and overseeing a successful blend of living, working, and recreational opportunities, Pathway has developed not merely a city, but a way of life.
Across its 15,000 acres, the city features more than 125 neighborhoods nestled within four distinct "villages"--Braelinn, Aberdeen, Glenloch, and Kedron. A variety of architectural styles is available to suit each resident's individual taste, with homes priced from the $80s to more than $500,000.
One of the city's most distinctive features is its network of golf cart paths. Winding through wooded greenbelts and curving around scenic lakes, the paths connect the city while allowing residents to connect with one another.
The 70 miles of paths link neighborhoods, schools, restaurants, shops, and recreational areas. They also give residents a place to enjoy nature, whether they're rollerblading, biking, jogging, or just riding in their golf carts.
Because it has been built according to a development master plan, Peachtree City's businesses and residents exist in harmony. And varied recreational activities and top-rated schools round out the entire living experience.
Pathway's vision of connectivity is woven into the very social fabric of Peachtree City. And these connections give the city its uniqueness and harmony, while giving you a sense of real belonging.