2528 Old Conyers Road | Stockbridge, GA 30281
246.89 acres. Current zoning allows for an average lot size of 30,000 SF averaging 1.45 units per acre on septic. Best estimates is that 175-200 lots could be developed on septic. With the addition of sewer, which is currently being estimated at 3 +/- miles away zoning would possibly allow for 364 lots averaging 22,000 SF.
With nearby resale prices in the high $300’s, Henry County is growing rapidly, with over 500 new construction single family home sales in the past year.
Located in Henry County, GA. Just a 30-minute drive to Downtown Atlanta. Henry County consists of 326 square miles and is home to an estimated 218,700 residents. Located just 30 miles south of Atlanta, Henry County continues to be one of the fastest-growing counties in the country. Offering residents a low cost of living with a high quality of life, Henry County provides an excellent location, plentiful housing options, a highly rated school system, a top-notch health care system and a variety of recreation and cultural options, making it the perfect place to live, work and play. Henry County’s proximity makes it easy for residents to enjoy Atlanta’s attractions, while also offering residents a wealth of entertainment options outside Atlanta’s perimeter, as Henry County is home to the Atlanta Motor Speedway and NASCAR, Panola Mountain State Park, the Henry County Veterans Wall of Honor and Veterans Museum. History buffs will find Henry County rich in history while the outdoor enthusiast will love its plentiful parks, recreation centers, and outdoor attractions.
The City of Stockbridge is located in the northern part of Henry County, Georgia which was founded on May 15, 1821. The county is located in the Piedmont Section of northern Georgia and is surrounded by the counties of Butts, Clayton, Dekalb, Newton, Rockdale and Spalding Counties.
Conveniently located 20 miles south of Atlanta and 12 miles east of the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Stockbridge is often recognized as the gateway to Henry County.
The City has close proximity to I-75 as well as I-675.
Supportive economic development, excellent public services, and fabulous small-town hospitality are all reasons why Stockbridge continues to enjoy tremendous growth.