Location, Location, Location. The first “settlement,” which was 2 miles south of modern-day Senoia (pronounced “seh-noy”) was called Location. Which if you were to ask us, and we’re assuming you are, never really moved past its location, since it no longer exists. Senoia, on the other hand, is living its best life.
Comprising mainly one historic district on the National Register of Historic Places, Senoia is a treasure trove of architectural pleasures.