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Welcome to Edgewater. Let’s take a walk through this family-oriented suburban dream. Listen for the sounds of the waterfall fountains welcoming you to the community.

Stroll down quiet streets of well-manicured lawns, and wave to friendly neighbors as you pass. On any given weekend, the smell of BBQ wafts over the fence lines (they may be perfecting their recipe for the annual neighborhood chili competition). Along the way, chat with runners, dog walkers, and families out for a stroll. Make your way to the Club at Edgewater, the activity center of this Swim Tennis Neighborhood. Here you’ll find a resort-style 2-story Clubhouse that may be hosting a wedding, graduation, or community event; and the Lakeside Terrace where you’ll find our Book Club and other neighbor social events taking place. Both facilities feature a fireplace and full kitchens. Nestled between these, you’ll find the Edgewater Pools.


More than just a pool area, it’s a retreat for community members. Soak in the main pool in natural woodland surroundings with expansive 180-degree views of the beautiful lakeside, while the kids splash in a zero entry children’s pool with mushroom waterfall feature. Lifeguards make safety a priority as the neighborhood comes together for social events and swim team competitions at this popular spot. The Club hosts one of the finest tennis facilities in Gwinnett

County featuring 6 hard courts, sun lounge, and shaded gazebo and viewing areas. There’s something for every player and skill level at our tennis facility including: Competitive Teams, Friendly Doubles and Singles Matches, Adult and Youth Instruction, and Pickleball Courts. Tucked behind the Tennis Facilities you will find a Playground and Community

Activities Center known as the Outback. This recently renovated multi-use area features a firepit, volleyball court, cornhole, bocce ball, shuffleboard, and horseshoes. When you’ve had your fill of fun and games, relax with a stroll through the nature trails bordering the community lake and dock. The lakeside area provides scenic views, fishing, and an ideal spot for watching birds, turtles, frogs, and fireflies. The trails are a favorite among resident bike riders, runners, and nature enthusiasts.


While you may be tempted to spend all your free time within this picturesque community, the surrounding areas are full of popular shopping, dining, activities, and recreational fun for the whole family. On either side of the community are two of the best park facilities in Gwinnett County: Collins Hill Park &; Aquatics Center and Rock Springs Park. Both parks offer multiple playgrounds, sports fields, hiking/biking trails, pavilions, and picnic areas. Rock Springs Park also has an expansive dog park for our furry friends. The Collins Hill Library is a hidden treasure in this community with an expansive learning calendar, workstations, and children’s events.


For the sports fan, nearby Coolray field is the home of the AAA Gwinnett Stripers, the Atlanta Braves affiliate. Top Golf and Andretti Indoor Karting and Games are top sports spots at the Exchange @Gwinnett located on Buford Drive less than 3 miles from Edgewater.

If shopping is more your speed, the Mall of Georgia and Exchange @ Gwinnett are a shopper’s dream. Combine this with local boutiques at nearby Suwanee Town Center and Downtown Lawrenceville and you have found yourself in paradise.  By now you have surely worked up an appetite and lucky you, you are right near Downtown Lawrenceville, a spot that has become a mecca for foodies. You cannot go wrong at any of these local eateries. Stroll around the square exploring boutiques or stop in for a show at the Aurora Theater or Lawrenceville Lawn. Similarly, Suwanee Town Center hosts top-rated community events and concerts, a weekly farmers market throughout the summer, and numerous running events.