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Nine Nearby Jolly Old Odysseys

Got a Hankering for the Holidays? You Can Really Ramp Up the Seasonal Spirit at These Local Events and Destinations As the streetscapes of Traditions of Braselton become filled with holiday lights over the weeks to come, memories of holidays from our youth will undoubtedly begin to dance like visions of sugarplums in our heads. […]

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It’s Easy to Get to Know Your Neighbors at Traditions of Braselton!

It’s hard to stay a stranger at Traditions of Braselton, thanks to the wide array of world-class amenities and events that we have ready to welcome our residents. Our clubhouse, junior Olympic pool, and tennis courts provide the perfect backdrop for meeting your new neighbors. Read on to see all the ways you can get […]

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Here Comes the [Braselton] Bride

Five Unique Wedding Venues Near Traditions of Braselton The Town of Braselton – from which our community’s name is derived – is founded on a love story. In 1876, William Harrison Braselton and his bride, Susan Frances Hosch, bought 800 acres in Northeast Georgia to build a plantation and grow their family. Nearly 150 years […]

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Native Noshing for Fiesta-Focused Foodies

While Traditions of Braselton may feel like a world away from the hustle and bustle of the “Big City,” our proximity to I-85 and the nearby towns of Braselton, Jefferson, Dacula and Buford grants us access to a treasure trove of entertainment, shopping and dining destinations. If you’re a fan of Mexican cuisine, you’re in […]

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Something Old, Something New, in the Braselton Brothers Department Store!

the 1904 in the Braselton Brothers department store – photo copyright The 1904, 2022 The 1904 is a multi-tenant space in the newly restored historic Braselton Brothers Department Store building located in the heart of downtown, in Braselton, GA. This renovated space is only 5 miles from Traditions of Braselton. Tenants include Carden Records, Flourish […]

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Live Near a Dacula Favorite: Little Mulberry Park!

Outside the rolling hills of Traditions of Braselton in Jefferson, there are wonderful, family-friendly attractions to enjoy all over! Beautiful town squares, quaint boutiques, and hidden-gem local restaurants dot the area, but for family fun any time – that doesn’t cost a single dime – there’s one park in the area that beats all the […]

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Creating Family Firsts All Year in Traditions of Braselton

A new family home in Jefferson at Traditions of Braselton could be your ticket to a whole year of unforgettable “firsts” in 2022. Firsts for you, for your kids, and for your whole family are waiting here in a welcoming new home neighborhood nestled near beautiful Braselton. A Big First on the Friendly Streets Who […]

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Find Homes for Sale Near Chateau Elan, Road Atlanta, and More!

Between beautiful homes, stellar amenities, and a great suburban location, Traditions of Braselton really does have it all! Our location in Jackson County has an extra special benefit, though. Traditions of Braselton offers homes for sale near two luxurious Georgia attractions: Chateau Elan and Road Atlanta! One is all about slowing down and enjoying total […]

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Native Noshing: JaxCo Nutrition

While this is a slight departure from our traditional reviews of mainly steak houses, pizza places and dessert joints in our Native Noshing series, we assure you that it still ranks high on the flavor factor. Convenience is the hallmark of JaxCo Nutrition – in more ways than one. Not only is it located just […]

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PROST, Peach State! All Eyes on Alpine Helen for its 50th Annual Oktoberfest

A traditional form of “cheers!” in Germany, the sounds of “PROST!” can be heard all over Alpine Helen as the 50th Annual Oktoberfest takes hold in North Georgia. Beginning in mid-September and running through early October in Germany virtually every year since the early 1800’s, Oktoberfest is a roughly two-week-long, time-honored autumnal celebration devoted to […]

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