I mainly stayed in an apartment that is predominantly a home for students, but young professionals live there too. The pool was a professional-looking pool and the staff was kind. My experience in Carrollton is based on this and the Carrollton square.
Pretty decent town to live in.. I would love for some parts of the town to be upgraded ! But what i can say is Carrollton has came a long way.. The new businesses here really what we need as a town !
There are decent stores in Carrollton, but once you have done everything here, you need to drive a decent half hour or more to get to what/where you need.
The people are nice and have a sense of courtesy, while the crime is low. The only issue is poor standards of living in areas such as over-run and poorly maintained trailer parks.
This fine small southern town not far the big city of Atlanta is nice. The downtown square is always bustling and full of good restaurants.
A quaintness covers the town. It’s very pretty and much less crowded than my hometown of Orlando. As much as I love the culture and the effort being made to update small areas of town, it still is very limited time on things to experience.
This city is both a large metropolis and a small town, all in one. It has all of the amenities you could want, including but not limited to cultural arts, restaurants and a University.
Worst area for a University, literally in the middle of nowhere. Very few jobs and even fewer things to do.
I love Carrollton is a great town not too far from Atlanta. There are so many great communities and is an all-round great place to live.
I like that they have the green belt walking trail and starting to build more stores but I don’t like that businesses don’t have recycling bins and I don’t like that there has been more kidnappings on the news and at the university of West Georgia, which is a few minutes from where I live.
Even though the town is very small the people here tend to be very nice. JUst ask for help and people will help you. Violence isnt that big in Carrollton.
I think that Carrollton is a nice, small town to live in. It wouldn't be someone's first choice but it definitely isn't a last. It's nice if you like to be secluded and a little ways away from the city.
Carrollton is a college town. Lovely local restaurants offer delicious food vs all of the chain restaurants in the area. Atlanta is approximately 50 minutes away for Things to Do, such as a zoo or aquarium. Downtown Carrollton has quaint shops and a very nice amphitheater just off the square.
I know everyone and anyone in Carrollton. It’s a small town but it’s growing. It’s a wonderful place to raise a family. I don’t think I would change a thing.
Everybody is super nice and welcoming. I am from Colombia, and came to Carrollton to pursue a Master's degree. Being away from home has been hard but since I have been here I feel like home.
I love to walk outside and I always feel safe no matter the time. Also, this town has many stores and places that I can go to.
I love Carrollton! The only thing that could be better is safety and more job opportunities. The town has a great variety of restaurants and nightlife but also plenty of options for family friendly activites.
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