Grogan's Bluff History
Grogan's Bluff- Not too Big, Not too Far.

Grogan’s Bluff is one community that’s not too far. We’re on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs one mile south of Northridge Road and Georgia 400. A home in Grogan’s Bluff means that you’ll be living where you want to be and not driving endless miles to get there. Perimeter Center is only five miles away. Lenox Square is just a nine mile drive. Grogan’s Bluff is not too big and not too far.

Our 126-acre development is named after the Grogan family — a pioneer Atlanta family who operated a ferry service across the Chattahoochee River. The property was developed by the Chicago based AMLI Realty Corporation. The company purchased the property from Billy Orkin, son of the founder of the Orkin Pest Control chain, now owned by Rollins, Inc. The tract includes 100 acres along Bull Sluice Lake, a tributary of the Chattahoochee River, and was built around the natural landscape to protect the property, which is heavily wooded and somewhat hilly. Mountain laurels grow on the property, which make the land distinctive because laurel is not normally found this far south. Trees six inches in diameter and selected dogwoods were left intact during the construction of the property.

There are 155 homes in Grogan’s Bluff, most of which were built between 1984 and 1987. There are other developments which homeowners access through Grogan’s Bluff, including the Bentwater subdivision located at the west end of Wing Mill Road and the River Overlook subdivision located at the north end of Grogan’s Ferry Road.

Grogan’s Bluff amenities include a swimming pool, lighted tennis courts, a clubhouse, and professionally maintained common areas. We are governed by a Homeowners’ Association and pay annual dues to the Association for our mutual good and welfare.


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