Rich History & Exploration In Roswell, Near Atlanta

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Roswell’s rich history dates back to the 1830’s, when cotton production was the primary industry. Much has changed since those early days, but even now, a great many buildings and historical sites remain open and ready for exploration in Roswell’s 640-acre historic district. 

In and around town, landmarks like Bulloch Hall, Old Mill Park, and Barrington Hall honor the region’s past, while modern-day Canton Street is lined with shops and delicious restaurant and dining options. There are even festivals and live music throughout much of the year, allowing Roswell residents to meet and congregate while sampling the city’s favorite food, libations and entertainment offerings. 

Our close proximity to the Chattahoochee River is a nature lover’s dream, with our signature Roswell Riverwalk, the Chattahoochee Nature Center, miles of parkland and trails, and amazing opportunities for boating, fishing, picnics, family gatherings and so much more. Adventurers might also want to experience the Roswell Ghost Tour and its eerie stories of haunted mansions and paranormal tales that are the stuff of local legend to this very day. 

Indeed, Roswell itself is a fun place to live and be entertained year-round, but don’t forget that our city also lies only about 20 miles north of Metro Atlanta. One of the world’s most bustling cities, Atlanta itself is rich with arts and culture, professional and college sports, and seemingly endless big-city amenities and excitement.

For the familiar comforts of small-town living, with all the fun and possibilities of Atlanta and the surrounding areas forever at your fingertips, TerraBella Roswell provides a perfect setting for living and enjoying life right here in the heart of Northern Georgia.