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Wyndham Hills Subdivision Of Sandy Springs

This Wyndham Hills subdivision is located in the City of Sandy Springs, Fulton County GA 30328. The neighborhood consists of approximately 300 homes and it features mostly Chatham-built ranch-style brick homes from the late 1950’s. Located between Roswell Rd and Johnson Ferry Road.

Home In Sandy Springs Wyndham Hills SubdivisionThe list price range for a home in Wyndham Hills, at time of post presently and in the past, is between $132,000 to $1.200,000. Most homes built between 1956 to 1978, with a handful of homes built 2000 to 2007 as well. Most homes have between 3 to 5 bedrooms & 2 to 3 bathrooms.

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Schools At Time Of Post

Elem: Spalding Drive
Middle: Sandy Springs
High: North Springs

Home Owner Association fees, at time of post, appear to be $65.00 a year and are optional.

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Sandy Springs Map Location Of Wyndham Hills
Streets in the community include Brandon Mill Road NW, Castleton Drive, Finchley Ct., Heathfield Drive, Lansdowne Dr., River Springs Drive, N Springs Ct., and Wyndham Dr. NW.

Directions:Roswell Road North to left on Abernathy. Turn right onto Brandon Mill Rd.into Wyndham Hills Community. Just minutes from I-75, I-285 and Hwy 400. A very desirable and convenient location.

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