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Explore 5 UCPlaces digital self-guided tours in Georgia, United States

Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn neighborhood. Today you’ll be walking along the most historic stretch of road in Atlanta! The area is packed with American stories as Auburn Avenue is lined with amazing buildings, stunning street art, and powerful tales of Atlanta’s Black heritage. We’ll see where Martin Luther King Junior was born & raised, visit the places where he worked, and explore the community that nurtured him before ultimately laying him to rest. You’ll visit the spot where Ray Charles was discovered, where Hall-of-Fame hoop dreams began, and where the laundresses of Atlanta struck a blow for human dignity. We can’t wait to share this neighborhood with you! To get started, make your way to the intersection of Auburn Avenue and Peachtree Center Ave.

Places: 13 POIs Distance: 0.88 mi Duration: 43m

Hi there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where-to-Live tour of Hartwell, Georgia! My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this fun town on behalf of agent Travis Halbrook. With over 20 years of experience in new home construction, renovation, land development, and real estate investing, Travis can show you all the ins and outs of both home buying and Hart County as a whole! Also Travis is a full-time Hartwell Resident, so clearly he loves it here, just like you are bound to as well. After the tour, give Travis Halbrook a call at 706-949-1719. You can also visit his website travishalbrook.georgiamls.com. For now though, let’s get you acquainted with this historic American town! We will be starting out in the historic downtown district of Hartwell so please meet me at the corner of Athens and Howell Street where we will be heading east.

Places: 16 POIs Distance: 17.33 mi Duration: 1h:07m

Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Woodstock, Georgia on behalf of Local Expert Yelena Grinchuk. Yelena has been diligently serving sellers and buyers for over 21 years. During this time, she has gained a true passion for the Real-Estate business, whether it be navigating the way for first timers or helping her clients find their perfect dream home in any situation that may arise, and her goal is to take as much stress away from the home buying/selling experience as possible. Yelena Grinchuk is in the top 10% of agents in her company, and Top 500 in the state of Georgia. She was awarded the City Beat News Spectrum Award and is a RealtyTrac Exclusive Agent in Cherokee and Cobb Counties, which gives her direct access to pre-foreclosure and foreclosure listings. She received her mortgage license in 2017, and she’s a social media marketing expert which keeps her above the competition. If after this tour you want to know more about the Woodstock area, give Yelena a call or text at (404) 642-7772 or email her at ygrinchuk@comcast.net, and she will answer any questions you may have. Now, a little about Woodstock! Woodstock, Georgia is part of the Atlanta Metro area, sitting just 30 miles north of Atlanta and has over 30,000 residents. In 2007 it was named one of the fastest growing Suburbs in the United States. Woodstock is a great choice for those commuting to Atlanta with easy access to interstate 575 and Interstate 75. Woodstock also offers a quiet getaway from the bustle of city life in Atlanta, giving residents the best of both worlds. To start this tour, meet me by the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta

Places: 12 POIs Distance: 12.07 mi Duration: 48m

Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Atlanta, Georgia. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing city. In case you weren’t aware, Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and has the 10th largest economy in the United States. Atlanta’s diverse economy includes aerospace, logistics, medical services, information technology, film and television production, media operations and much much more. Originally it was founded as the end of a major railroad, but now it is actually a junction among multiple railroads, propelling major growth. Don’t be mistaken though - Atlanta is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and has rolling hills and dense urban tree coverage. It’s not just concrete and high rises. Well, should we go check some of it out? Ok, let’s get going. Our first site is Martin Luther King Junior Park. There’s lots to see there. Please meet me at the corner of Howell Street North East and Auburn Avenue North East.

Places: 12 POIs Distance: 21.45 mi Duration: 1h:16m

Hello and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Dunwoody, Georgia! My name is Shelly and I will be showing you around this fun city. So are we ready to talk about Dunwoody? Awesome! Why don’t you meet me over at the Dunwoody Nature Center at 5343 Roberts Drive. Please follow your navigation.

Places: 8 POIs Distance: 5.96 mi Duration: 25m