When you’re searching for your forever home, you look at so much more than the residence itself. While square footage, bedroom count and finishes are extremely important in your decision-making process, you undoubtedly are on the hunt for the complete package that includes a location in a neighborhood that meets your particular lifestyle needs. Fortunately, metro Atlanta boasts an array of new home communities that are as unique as the residents who choose them.
“One of the reasons new home construction is so popular is that you get to choose the community that best fits your lifestyle,” says Lori Lane, Senior Vice President and Managing Broker of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Georgia Properties New Homes Division. “Communities in and around Atlanta offer an excellent value with all the high-end amenities that come with living in a metropolitan area. With the large number of counties in Metro Atlanta there are a wide variety of communities that appeal to any price point.”
Whichever lifestyle category speaks to you, you’re sure to find the perfect new home community in the metro area. Lane shares a few outstanding options based on your personal lifestyle wish list.
Wide Open Spaces
Metro Atlanta is home to bustling city streets and towering high-rises, but it also is known for its rolling green hills and sprawling rural and equestrian land. If the latter is more appealing to you, then head north of Atlanta and check out The Homestead at Milton, a private gated community that sits on a stunning property that formerly served as a 180-acre golf course. The Homestead at Milton features 30 wooded home sites that range in size from three to 10 acres and access to a world-class design team that includes award-winning architect Stephen Fuller and Atlanta’s top custom homebuilder Loudermilk Homes. Homes, which range from $3.5 million to more than $10 million, feature their own unique characteristics brimming with outstanding Southern architecture and amenities.
Water, Water Everywhere
If life on the lake is calling your name, then you’re in luck. Lake Lanier, a 38,000-acre reservoir situated in Northeast Georgia, offers a host of residential options that will allow you to spend your days out on the water whenever you please. Long Hollow Landing, a new community in Gainesville, is just one of them. A curated, European, urban farmhouse community, Long Hollow Landing ultimately will feature 59 home sites, with eight being lakeside. A community dock and boat slips available for purchase make the neighborhood—with beautifully designed four- and five-bedroom residences from David Patterson Homes ranging from the $500s to $1 million-plus—a water enthusiast’s dream come true.
It’s no secret that metro Atlanta has become a hub for creatives. From a booming film production industry to an excellent scene for writers, musicians and artists of all kinds, the area has cultivated quite a cultural scene. For those who want to take advantage of the energy that comes with it, there’s Trilith, a mixed-use community designed for creatives located in Fayetteville. Trilith features everything from single-family homes and micro-homes to industrial lofts ranging in price from $500s to $2 million+, as well as an eco-friendly lifestyle marked by ample green space, pocket parks, resort-style amenities, commercial and retail space, onsite dining options, a dedication to environmental sustainability and more.
For more information, visit Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ New Homes Division at BHHSgaNewHomes.com.
New Home Communities Abound in Metro Atlanta
Are you ready to find your dream home in metro Atlanta? Check out these fantastic new home communities as you begin your search:
Soleil Belmont Park is a 55+ community built by Patrick Malloy Communities. Located between Milton and Canton, Soleil Belmont Park will feature 471 low-maintenance homes situated on large home sites. Priced from the $500s, Soleil offers an array of resort-style amenities, including a 9,800-square-foot community clubhouse with a coffee and cocktail bar, health and fitness center, catering kitchen, arts and crafts studio, club/card room and a community post office. Homeowners will enjoy a resort-style pool, tennis and pickleball courts, bocce ball, a community garden and walking trails. In addition, Soleil Belmont Park will have its own lifestyle and travel director.
Woodstock’s new urban village, South on Main is shaped by the unique vision and experience of Atlanta icon John Wieland and is more than just a neighborhood. Connect and unwind at neighborhood parks. Grab your bike and hit the trail for a short ride to Downtown Woodstock. Stroll the shops of Main Street and find your favorite dinner spot. Inspire your creativity at the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. Train your green thumb in the community garden or just enjoy a sunny spot by the pool. All of this and more are at your doorstep at South on Main, where homes are available from the $600s to the $900s.
When you live at Kyle Farm in West Cobb, daily life has just a little more of that vacation vibe. Here, homeowners enjoy open-air entertainment spaces where neighbors and friends gather for fun and onsite recreation. There is a large open clubhouse with a swimming pool, a kid’s splash pad, tennis courts, bocce ball and an event lawn. There is even a walking trail to Lost Mountain Park, and The Avenue at West Cobb is just a short drive away. Homes at Kyle Farm start in the $600s - $1 million+ and offer a variety of architecture, all surrounded by the natural beauty of Lost Mountain Park.
Sales and Marketing by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties New Homes Division www.BHHSgaNewHomes.com.