Milton was named to pay tribute to a local Revolutionary War Hero, John Milton, and was not established as a city until 2006. Many residents know it as “horse country,” but you don't have to build a stable or own a thoroughbred to enjoy the sprawling landscape of rolling hills and grassy fields. Milton affords a serene environment for a population of nearly 40,000 and encompasses 23,000 acres. The town itself is a Georgia thoroughbred, with possibly some of the most desired real estate in all of Georgia. With easy access to Atlanta, Milton covets the qualities of small town and rural living, complimented by a top-flight system of government, good businesses and a strong sense of community pride.
Total Population - 39,020
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