Priced from the $500,000s to the $700,000s, Oglethorpe is a beautiful, gated community in Peachtree Corners that combines the latest in both community design and architecture. With an emphasis on pedestrian living, Oglethorpe boasts interlinking sidewalk systems throughout the neighborhood. Future residents can stroll through the community to view all the unique elevations, fabulous balconies and various home colors. The community’s beautiful landscaping includes specimen trees. Residents who love nature can run or walk the green belt along Spalding Terrace Road, or simply retreat to their home’s private garden.
At Peachtree Residential, we strive to not only build beautiful homes with meticulous craftsmanship and design, but also to add thoughtful touches to add to our homeowners’ quality of life. One way to ensure this goal is met is by including complementary maintenance in select communities. This is perfect for anyone with a busy, on-the-go lifestyle, and let’s face it, who isn’t busy these days? For three of our metro Atlanta communities, we offer a wide range of maintenance perks to make your living experience the best it can be.
Peachtree Residential has Muirfield Park in Milton and Oglethorpe in Peachtree Corners participating in the 2019 Parade of Homes. Be sure to visit these great neighborhoods. Peachtree Residential has been building new homes in Atlanta & Charlotte for over three decades! Muirfield Park is new homes form the $800’s and has move-in ready new homes. Oglethorpe in Peachtree Corners has new homes from the $500’s that are move-in ready.
The Grand opening of the new home communities in Oglethorpe and Duke Reserve in Peachtree Corners was March 21st, 2017. Gwinnett’s newest city, Peachtree Corners, is home to two new residential communities. Peachtree Residential Properties, unveiled the model homes for Oglethorpe, a single-family home development and Duke Reserve, a luxury townhome community. Both developments are on Spalding Drive. Oglethorpe is adjacent to Wesleyan School, Duke Reserve is across the street from the Peachtree Corners Post Office. More information on the new home communities can be found here: http://www.peachtreeresidential.com/ The Council member Weare Gratwick and Mayor Mike Mason were able to attend the Grand Opening and join the Peachtree Residential CEO Dave Borreson and President Alec Rickenbaker.
Exciting news is happening at Peachtree Residential. Next Tuesday, March 21st , 11am-6pm, we will be having a Grand Opening Event showcasing our two beautiful new Peachtree Corners communities. There will be a $500 American Express gift card drawing, complementary food trucks for lunch (11am-2pm) and refreshments.
Our Oglethorpe neighborhood will be home for 19 families seeking a convenient location, the security of a gated community, and some spectacular new single family floor plans. With both master up and master down plans, this neighborhood also includes yard maintenance for a carefree lifestyle. We have three inventory homes nearly finished as well as a professionally decorated model home.
Duke Reserve will also afford a great Peachtree Corners location to 25 lucky homeowners. Duke Reserve provides the comfort of a gated townhome neighborhood with the ability to live a lifestyle free of maintenance. All of this while enjoying the many comforts of these three brand new floorplans, including a first floor master design. Our furnished model will be opening in early April but we currently have three homes ready for immediate occupancy and three more that can close in April.
Peachtree Residential is excited to announce one of it’s new neighborhoods underway! Oglethorpe is Peachtree’s newest neighborhood and represents the latest thinking in both community design and architecture for this infill location. The 5.1 acre site is master planned with 19 detached single family residential homes. The Manor Homes, Village Homes and Garden Homes are meticulously designed to reflect the architectural details and style reminiscent of old Savannah Georgia. The homes will be priced from the $600’s and range in square footage from 3,000 to 4,000 square feet.
Many of the homes have 3-car garages to accommodate the upscale buyer. Homes are designed with front and rear entry garages. The Garden Homes are designed with a rear motor court vehicular access and private garden court yards for each home. There is an emphasis on pedestrian scale at Oglethorpe which is illustrated by an interlinking sidewalk system throughout the neighborhood. The walkable design includes varied home elevations, colors, porches, balconies, fountains, trellises, and specimen trees. Convenient off street parking is spread throughout the community in addition to private garden settings for the individual homes. Oglethorpe boasts a linear park along it’s frontage with Spalding Terrace Road which along with the gated entrance, adds to the exclusivity of the neighborhood. The neighborhood plan also illustrates a passive neighborhood park. The maintenance free living provided to the residents at Oglethorpe allows for full landscape maintenance allowing for a latch and leave lifestyle. The unique location of Oglethorpe allows for quick access to Peachtree Parkway, Medlock Bridge Road and I-285 as well as the significant employment base at Tech Park. Excellent shopping is just minutes away at the Forum and excellent private and public schools are adjacent to Oglethorpe (Wesleyan School, Norcross High School). Home construction is scheduled to begin 1st quarter 2016 with initial closings Summer 2016.