1766 Stillwood Forest Drive, Lilburn, GA
- Type: Single Family Home
- Location: Lilburn
- Area : 1786+ Sq. Ft.
- Beds : 4
- Baths : 3
- Garage : 2 Car Carport
- Floors : 3
- Posted On: Feb 03, 2016
Beautiful traditional in Parkview School District! You will enjoy privacy on 1.92 acres at the end of a cul-de-sac. The home boasts 3/4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a fully finished basement, large eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, separate dining room and cozy den. Wonderful deck overlooks huge backyard next to a steam and waterfall. Square footage does not include basement.
|Parking:||2 Car Carport|
|Rooms:||Family Room, Den, Bonus Room, Finished Basement|
|Amenities:||Park, Playground, Street Lights, Tennis Lighted, Walk to Schools|
|Interior:||Entrance Foyer, Hardwood Floors, Wall/Wall Carpet|
|Exterior:||Covered Patio, Out-Buildings|
|Basement:||Daylight, Exterior Entry, Finished, Full|
|Lot Size:||1 up to 2 Acres (1.92)|
- Area: Lilburn
- Subdivision: Stillwood Forest
- Large Separate Laundry Room Off Kitchen
- Large Den with Fireplace
- Separate Formal Dining Room
- Gorgeous Park-Like Backyard.
- Dishwasher, Elec Ovn/Rng/Ctop, Self-Clean Oven, Smoke/Fire Alarm
- Bonus Room in Full, Finished Basement
- Close to Shopping and Neighborhood Park
- Parkview High School!
- Lot Borders Stream with Waterfall
The city of Lilburn was founded in 1890 by the Seaboard Air Line Railway. The area previously known as McDaniel was renamed Lilburn, after the general superintendent of the railroad, Lilburn Trigg Myers of Virginia. (The basis of the name change got no official mention at the time, and historical researchers did not confirm the specific link to Myers until the 1990s.) The town prospered and was incorporated as Lilburn on July 27, 1910.
A devastating fire and hard economic times in the 1920s ended the prosperity and the City of Lilburn ceased to exist. A revitalization of the original historic area has emerged with shopping and restaurants in the Old Town district which has been described as a “Slice of History.”
- Mountain Park Elementary – Gwinnett
- Trickum Middle School
- Parkview High School
- Air Conditioning
- Close to Shopping
- Community Pool
- No HOA
- Quiet Location
- Security System
- Street Lights
- Walk to Schools