Loganville, GA 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

Loganville is a small but growing area that is located primarily in Walton County with some parts of the city in southeastern Gwinnett County. As of the 2020 census Loganville had a population of 14,127 people with 24.80% of those being residents 55 or older. Retirees move to Loganville to enjoy the lower cost of housing, many outdoor amenities, and low population density.

Loganville is a small but growing area that is located primarily in Walton County with some parts of the city in southeastern Gwinnett County. As of the 2020 census Loganville had a population of 14,127 people with 24.80% of those being residents 55 or older. Retirees move to Loganville to enjoy the lower cost of housing, many outdoor amenities, and low population density.

Cost of Living & Taxes

The cost of living in Loganville is 5.6% higher than average in the U.S., mostly due to high transportation costs. On a 100 point scale where 100 is average for the U.S. as a whole, Loganville's housing cost average is 97.2 compared to Georgia's 82.4 average. Transportation costs in Georgia are typically higher than the rest of the nation but costs in Loganville's are very high at 128.4 compared to the state average of 105.1. Other cost categories such as grocery, health, and utilities are on par with state and national averages. 

Loganville is in Walton and Gwinnett Counties where the average property tax is 1%. Sales tax is 7% which includes the 4% state sales tax plus a 3% Walton County tax. Georgia has a state income tax with rates ranging from 1% to 5.75%. Social Security is not taxable but other retirement income is. Residents 65 and older can get a maximum deduction of $65,000 on state income tax.  

Recreation & Entertainment

There are a variety of leisure options for active adults in the Loganville area, including: 

Historical sites and museums

  • Sparky's Machines Auto Museum

Outdoor activities

  • Providence Golf Club
  • Bear Creek Golf Club
  • Black Shoals Park
  • Vines Botanical Gardens

Climate

The Loganville area sees about 42 inches of rain per year, much of it falling during the month of August. Average winter temperatures range from 35° to 50° an average snowfall of 2 inches. Summer in Loganville is hot and humid with summer temperatures averaging between 71° and 90° with 71% humidity.  

Health Care

The closest hospitals to Loganville are: 

Piedmont Eastside Medical Center in Snellville, 7 miles from Loganville, is a 310 bed hospital which has been recognized by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care as a Chest Pain Center. They have also received the Gold Seal of Approval for joint replacement care by the Joint Commission and have won patient safety awards from Healthgrades.

Piedmont Walton Hospital in Monroe, 9 from Loganville. Piedmont Walton is a 77 bed community hospital with a designated Level III trauma center. The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission, American College of Radiology, American Nurses Credentialing Center, and the American College of Cardiology.

Northside Hospital Gwinnett in Lawrenceville, 11 miles from Loganville. The hospital is a 388 bed Level II trauma center and a Level I emergency cardiac care center. They are certified by the Joint Commission for chest pain treatment and certified advanced primary stroke center.


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$369,000

1056 Southern Hills Drive, Banning, CA

Meadow Ranch Community

  • 3 bed
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  • 3 bath
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  • 2320 SqFt
MLS CV23099287
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