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    Unique Store Returns to Its Roots: Typo Market Is Back

    The Potting Shed at Typo Market in Serenbe

    A unique market has returned to its roots in Chattahoochee Hills. Typo Market has opened back in the area, this time in Serenbe at 9133 Selborne Lane. The original location closed its downtown Newnan shop when co-owner Jessica Sutton moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 2018 to be closer to family. However, it didn’t take her long to have Georgia back on her mind. She moved back to Serenbe in August 2020 and reopened Typo Market. However, the Stillwater location remains open and is still doing very well. 

    According to fellow co-owner Susan Hartford, “Typo is a gift store for all ages.  We pride ourselves in having unique gifts that can’t be found in the local big-box stores.  We try really hard to curate our goods from small U.S. companies.  We also carry a large selection of paper goods including journals, planners, and notepads, as well as pens and greeting cards. We were very happy to reopen back in Georgia and love seeing old friends and making new ones.”

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    Kevin Hemphill
    Kevin is a reporter for The City Menus. A 2007 graduate of the University of West Georgia, he moved out of state briefly before returning to the Carroll County community in 2013. He enjoys seeing and writing about the growth in Carrollton and surrounding communities.