Stone Mountain's location at the juncture of two major Native American trails made it a natural meeting place for local natives. European settlers began moving to the area in the early 1800s, and called their village New Gibraltar. In the mid-1800s its name was officially changed to Stone Mountain, after its prominent exposed granite dome. The dome, with its Confederate-themed carving, attracts thousands of tourists every year.
In the 1830s and 1840s, the railroad was built through Stone Mountain, connecting it with Atlanta and Augusta, and bringing tourists to the area. It also boosted the local granite quarrying sector.
If you're thinking about relocating to Stone Mountain, Georgia, it's easy to see why. The city has a growing economy, affordable housing, and a charming small town feel. Organizing a move to a new neighborhood can be challenging, but we've made the task easier with our collection of links about Stone Mountain's real estate, cost of living, recreation and entertainment opportunities, and much more.
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Stone Mountain's unemployment rate of 6.8 percent is slightly higher than the national average. However, predicted job growth of 36.7 percent over the next 10 years is greater than the U.S. average. Local initiatives, including Shop Local, Grow Local, which encourages residents to spend money at independent Stone Mountain businesses, are helping the economy grow.
With a median price of $80,900, the average home in Stone Mountain costs less than half the national average, despite being of comparable age. Nearly 60 percent of Stone Mountain homes were built in the 1970s and 1980s. There is also a limited number of pre-war properties as well as 21st century homes in town. Source – http://www.bestplaces.net/housing/city/georgia/stone_mountain
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