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Sugarloaf Country Club Community Information

Located just outside Atlanta, Sugarloaf Country Club is home to a diverse group of people seeking a balance of natural scenic beauty and a refined lifestyle. The Sugarloaf Country Club is home to the Sugarloaf Country Club Nature Park, a private 10-acre area with shady trails and open spaces. And just around the corner lies world-class shopping, cultural attractions, and the Arena at Gwinnett Center-where families can enjoy football games, concerts, Hockey and much more!

Residents also enjoy classically designed homes protected by a gated entrance as well as a host of amenities including a 27-hole, Greg Norman-designed golf course, pool, tennis, children’s theater, and more. And the clubhouse at Suglarloaf, the site of the annual Bell South Classic, is the most spacious and elegant in the area. More than anything, residents enjoy the sense of community at the Sugarloaf Country Club. Organized events for families make this a fun place to call home.

There are still lots and new construction homes available at Sugarloaf. For more information on the perks of being a Sugarloaf Country Club resident, contact us now.

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Sugarloaf Country Club Community Highlights

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  • ELECTRICITY: the Sugarloaf Country Club part of Georgia's modern integrated electrical transmission system, Gwinnett County has excellent ability to supply industrial demands. Compared to 47% for the U.S., coal accounts for 84% of fuel used by the state's power generating plants. This assures long-term continuity. Gwinnett County is served by Georgia Power and 3 electric membership cooperatives, thus giving electricity users a very competitive market from which to choose. If demand exceeds 900kw, any supplier can step in and offer service.

    NATURAL GAS: Majority of county is supplied by Atlanta Gas Light Co. Gas is available in industrial quantities on an interruptible basis. Lawrenceville and Buford have city-owned gas supplies.

    WATER: Plant capacity: 100,000,000 gal/day. Consumption: 34,905,000 gal/day average, 66,750,000 gal/day maximum. Storage capacity: 28,500,000 gal. elevated, 8,500,000 gal. ground. Source: Lake Lanier. In addition, the Duluth Plant has 15,000,000 gal/day capacity.

    SEWER: Plant Capacity: 47,000,000 gal/day; Advanced wastewater treatment plant.

    • Priced $650,000 - $3 Million +
    • Built 1996 to Present (New Construction Available)
    • Approximately 1,000 Homes
    • Gated with Attendant

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  • -The Course

    Winding its way through the oaks and pines of Sugarloaf Country Club is the renowned TPC at Sugarloaf championship golf course. The centerpiece of our elegant neighborhood, the 18-hole Greg Norman-designed course provides spectacular vistas and challenging golf. An additional 9 holes was later added, making this 27-hole course one of the best in the country. Many of the world’s best golfers have played here and love our well-manicured fairways and greens.

    TPC Sugarloaf’s par-72, 7,259-yard championship golf course (also known as “The Stables and The Meadows” courses) was crafted by the legendary Greg Norman to fit harmoniously with its surroundings on the site of the former Rollins Farm. Named by Golf Digest among the “Best New Private Clubs in the U.S.” when it debuted in 1997 and by Golfweek among the “Top 100 Best Residential Golf Courses for 2007-2008,” the course features corridors of undulating Bermuda fairways thread through stately stands of towering oak, pine and maple trees, with numerous streams, lakes and hills adding to the course’s spectacular beauty – as well as its strategic diversity.

    Norman complemented this timeless design – his first foray into golf course design in the U.S. – with The Pines course, a third nine slightly shorter in distance but every bit as compelling as the original pair. All three nines offer multiple tees on each hole, enabling golfers of all abilities to enjoy the subtle nuances and intricate design features that have brought Norman world-wide design acclaim.


    Since opening in 1997, the TPC at Sugarloaf has been home to the PGA TOUR’s popular AT&T Classic (formerly the Bellsouth Classic). This annual tournament draws more than 160,000 spectators and millions more through national television coverage.


    Excellence is a Sugarloaf standard. Our exceptional course has garnered national accolades:

    1. TPC at Sugarloaf was named one of Golfweek’s “Best Residential Courses 2006.”
    2. Golf Digest named TPC at Sugarloaf among the top 10 new, private courses in the nation.
    3. Golfweek named TPC at Sugarloaf, site of the PGA Tour’s AT&T Classic, among the Top 100 Modern Golf Courses in the World.
    4. According to Golf World, the TPC course at Sugarloaf is “the best thing to emerge from the hills of Atlanta since Bobby Jones.”

    -Practice Facilities

    Complementing the championship golf course is an extraordinary practice facility.
    Multi-station and multi-tiered hitting areas provide extensive opportunities for you to work on your game. Target greens are large and varied, with yardages from 50 to 225 yards. There is also a teaching area where the Golf Director and his staff offer private instruction for the beginner or the seasoned amateur.
    There is also a unique, 360-degree short game practice area. Simulating the many different shots required on the championship golf course, a challenging array of sand traps, knolls, depressions and different grass heights surrounds a 20,000-square-foot green. The short game facility is sure to help you fine-tune your high lob shots.
    The 18,000-square-foot putting green will help bring your score down even lower. Meticulously groomed year round at the same grass height as that found on the course, you will only have yourself to blame for missing the roll or tempo of putts during your round!

    -A Naturally Beautiful Environment

    The TPC at Sugarloaf is a Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary. The Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program is an education and certification program awarded to golf courses that take extraordinary measures to protect the environment.
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  • Sugarloaf Country Club opened in 1996 and quickly became one of North Atlanta's most prestigious luxury communities. Sugarloaf was created on over 1,200 acres of rolling hills, beautiful centuries-old trees and picturesque lakes. Sugarloaf Country Club is designated as an Audubon International Certified Wildlife Sanctuary.

    The heart of Sugarloaf Country Club is the 27-Hole TPC at Sugarloaf golf course. The tournament course has received national acclaim by PGA Tour professionals, Golf Digest and Golf Week.

    The 60,000 square-foot antibellum clubhouse offers formal & casual dining, private meeting rooms and is popular for special events such as weddings. The Club hosts a regular series of dinners, parties and other community events.

    The Sports Center includes 14 lighted tennis courts, viewing cabana, junior olympic pool, children's pool with interactive water features, 150-foot water slide, Kids Korral, workout facility and more. The newly renovated Kids Playground is ready for kids of all ages. The Sports Center hosts the popular "Dive-In Movies" and is home to the Sugarloaf Sharks Swim Team.

    The 10-acre Sugarloaf Park makes you feel like you are in the North Georgia Mountains. The private park includes both paved & natural walking paths plus large open areas! There is so much more to experience so make your appointment with The McCarley Team today!
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  • • Private Golf, Swim and Tennis Club
    • 27 Holes Designed by Greg Norman
    • Initiation Fee is $47,500 (Refundable, Per Program) for Full Membership
    • Monthly Fee is $487 with $200 Per Quarter Dining Minimum
    • Clubhouse with Dining Facilities and Meeting Rooms
    • 3 Swimming Pools, Cabana café, 14 Tennis Courts (Clay and Hard) and Sports Center
    • Sport Memberships Available with “Pay as You Play” Limited Golf
    • Swim/Tennis/Dining Memberships Available
    • Crescent Communities
  • Click Here to ViewSchools
  • Elementary: M.H. Mason
    Middle: Hull
    High: Peachtree Ridge
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  • Gwinnett County is known for its fantastic location and great amenities! For any specific questions please click on The Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner's Website


    Mathematics of Property Tax Example (Gwinnett):

    To determine the amount of your property taxes, several values are needed. These values are the Fair Market Value (FMV), Assessed Value (ASV), and the Millage Rate. The Millage Rate is defined as dollars per $1,000.00 of assessed value. For 2006, the Millage Rate for Gwinnett County has been set at $32.27 per $1000.00 or the decimal equivalent of .03227.

    Fair Market Value (F.M.V.) X 40% = Assessed Value

    Assessed Value X Millage = Tax

    Millage is usually expressed as dollars per $1,000.00 of Assessed Value

    Example: In 2006, Gwinnett County's millage rate is set at .03227. If your property has a FMV of $500,000, the ASV would be 40% or $200,000. Multiply the ASV of $200,000 by the millage rate of .03227 to determine your property taxes. In this example, property taxes would be $6,454.00

    *Remember to file for any tax exemptions if applicable. Ex. Homestead Exemption, School Tax Exemption etc. Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us with any questions you may have!

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