Bridlewood subdivision was built in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Many original owners remain residents of the neighborhood. A welcomed trend of the neighborhood in recent years is younger couples moving into the neighborhood to raise their families. Bridlewood enjoys a harmonious blend of diverse residents with a true sense of community.
The Community Association of Bridlewood, Inc. is a Non-Profit Corporation headed by its Homeowner Association’s elected Board of Directors. Resident involvement is ever present through participation in ample volunteer opportunities and in leadership positions on the HOA Board and its many HOA committees.
Bridlewood’s social calendar is filled year around with activities for both children and adults. Annual and weekly events are highly anticipated and heavily attended such as “Light Up Bridlewood” to pick the house with the best winter holiday lights, the Memorial Day, Labor Day and 4 th of July BBQs with tennis round robins, “Bridlewood Beautification Day” each spring, “Ladies Bunco Night,” “Kids Cookie Decoration Night” and Wednesday pool parties all summer long. All are encouraged to participate and are notified of the up coming events via our website and newsletter, the Bridlewood Buzz. It’s no secret that Duluth, Georgia is one of the most desired small cities in the US to live in thanks to its extraordinary location, great schools, restaurants and entertainment. Bridlewood subdivision, however, may be the best kept secret in Duluth thanks to our extraordinary residents and our commitment to community.