Alpharetta Historical Society / Mansell House & Gardens 1835 Old Milton Pkwy, Alpharetta, GA30009 The Mansell House is a beautifully restored piece of Alpharetta's past. Now managed by the Alpharetta Historical…More Society, this turn-of-the-century home is available for weddings, receptions, parties, meetings, showers and dinners. Enjoy the historical ambience of the heart pine floors and 12-foot ceilings, or step out onto the veranda and take in the beauty of the award winning gardens.
Alpharetta City Hall 2 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA30009 This historic building served as the courthouse for the former Milton County when it merged with Fulton County in 1932.…More The signature red brick is accented by historic markers and city seals outside. Inside, local residents can attend City Council meetings in its chambers on the first floor, which has limited accessibility. The city has its roots in New Prospect Camp Ground, a small village formed along a Cherokee Indian trail. Later it was named Milton before being renamed Alpharetta, which is taken from the Greek "Alpha," or first, and "Retta," or town - First Town.
Elite Restoration Painting 3520 Waters Glen Way, Alpharetta, GA30022 Elite Restoration Painting offers home improvement services in the forms of paint renovation and restoration. The…More company's projects include commercial buildings, family homes, rich and elegant residences, and historical houses. The company performs interior and exterior work in bedrooms, living areas, kitchens, bathrooms, basements, decks and foyers.
Environmental Corporation of America 1375 Union Hill Industrial Ct, Alpharetta, GA30004 The Environmental Corporation of America is a consulting firm specializing in ecological, environmental, cultural and…More geotechnical services. These include site assessments, assistance with environmental compliance, site remediation, historical reviews and endangered species surveys.