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Then call one of our realtors at 770-254-0079 to
schedule a showing.
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In the twentieth century Newnan became known as "the
City of Homes." Many of the historic homes that line the streets of
the town are listed on the National Register. Historic preservation
has become an important part of life in Coweta County, and other
communities, including Grantville, Moreland, Roscoe, Senoia, and
Sharpsburg are involved in efforts to preserve regional heritage.
Coweta County encompasses 443 square
miles in west central Georgia, bordered by Carroll, Fayette, Fulton,
Heard, Meriwether, and Troup counties.
The Central Educational Center, which
opened in 2000, serves as a satellite campus of West Central
Technical College and as a charter high school.
Some prominent natives of Coweta
County include New York classical musician and conductor Charles
Wadsworth, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Buford Boone, country
singers Alan Jackson and Doug Stone, writers Lewis Grizzard and
Erskine Caldwell, and former Georgia governors Ellis Arnall and
William Y. Atkinson.