In case you think Valentine’s Day is just a “Hallmark Holiday” think again: King Henry VII declared it a holiday way back in 1537. 480 years ago! Are you ready for this Wednesday, Feb 14th? Is your Valentine dreaming of a new home? Peachtree Residential has new homes move-in ready in several locations including: Alpharetta, Cumming, East Cobb/Marietta, Flowery Branch, Johns Creek, and Peachtree Corners.
Fun Facts about Valentines Day!
- 1 Billion cards are exchanged each year, making it the second biggest seasonal card giving occasion
- 19 million roses and 35 million heart shaped boxes of chocolate are sold each year
- 85% of V-day gifts are purchased by women
- 220,000 marriage proposals take place on Feb. 14th
- 3% of pet owners give their pets a gift
Learn more here… https://list25.com/25-interesting-facts-valentines-day/
Milton in North Fulton second among the safest in the Peach State for 2018. Safewise has recognized five North Fulton cities among the safest in the Peach State for 2018. Milton comes in second while Alpharetta ranks sixth on the list, which was released on Tuesday, Jan. 29. Milton’s ranking didn’t change for 2017, while Alpharetta clocked in at 18 on last year’s list. Click here to learn more details.
Peachtree Residential builds luxury new homes in Milton and Alpharetta. The Milton locations include Muirfield Park with golf course views and Hickory Crest with one homesite left to build on . The Alpharetta location includes Ruth’s Farm with it’s final two new homes which are complete and move-in ready. The brand new Canton Street Commons in also located in downtown Alpharetta which will include single family homes and townhomes. Click here to learn more about all our neighborhoods here!
Spring is in the air and the housing market is expected to set a few trends in 2017 as Bill Rawlings talks about in his article in the Milton Herald. Although the interest rates are expected to rise slightly it’s still a great time to invest in real estate compared to the past. With mortgage rates increasing 4.15%in mid-December 2016 this allows mortgage credit to be more widely available due to lending standards being loosened. In turn this will allow first-time homebuyers lower fees. The wish for a new home is creating a positive impact for new construction, which is expected to rise throughout 2017. Foreign buyers, due to their outstanding budgets have become one of the strongest buying groups. The National Association of Realtors reported buyers purchased over $102 billion in residential real estate in the United States. Peachtree Residential Properties has over 20 new developments to chose from for your housing needs. Visit the Peachtree Residential website to see all the move-in ready homes for this spring. Peachtree has several neighborhoods in the Milton and Alpharetta area. Canton Street Commons in downtown Alpharetta is coming soon as well! Peachtree Residential will be celebrating 29 years of building new homes in Atlanta and Charlotte in May.
Thank you to all of our past home buyers for sharing with us your experience building with us. It was an honor.
We are committed to providing a superior service and exquisite craftsmanship in each home we build. We strive to tailor our new homes to fit your needs and desires. We care about our customers and put their satisfaction first. This is why we have the reputation as the Atlanta and Charlotte new home builder who listens and why more than 4,000 satisfied new home owners would agree.
What’s it like to live in Charlotte, North Carolina? U.S. News analyzed 100 cities in the United States to find the best places to live based on quality of life and the job market, and Charlotte ranks #15. Not bad, Queen City.
Charlotte is a city that’s equal parts old-fashioned southern charm and high-energy cosmopolitan bustle. You’ll still hear “y’all” dropped into casual conversation, but Charlotte is a city on the rise, and has its own culture, culinary sophistication and unique feel that’s making it a more enticing place for people from all over the world to settle down. This melting pot effect makes Charlotte an easy city to break into. You’re not from here? Well neither are most people you’ll meet.
Learn more about Charlotte’s cost of living, weather, and more in this recent U.S. News and World Report article.
When you are ready to call Charlotte home, be sure to check out our 7 new home communities throughout the area.
Laid-Back Luxury At River Run, the living is easy and the fun is just around the corner. Southern hospitality flows through picturesque neighborhood streets, where neighbors are always ready with a kind word or helping hand. Newcomers feel at home from the moment they arrive – and fun is always right around the corner. Nearly 500 acres of open spaces and a certified arboretum give residents the opportunity to get “up close” with nature. Join the River Run Country Club and enjoy award winning golf, tennis, and a Jr. Olympic pool with water slide, lazy river and a children’s wading pool.
Located 20 miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina, the Town of Davidson is a small college town with a historic Main Street, vibrant business community, and community calendar full of events.
We are currently offering homes in this beautiful golf course community from the $600s. Learn more about River Run and our available homes online, or contact Margaret at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 704-892-9898.
Looking for a superior builder and exquisite craftsmanship along with a great location close to walking trails and local nature? Well look no further, Peachtree Residential is a new homebuilder with communities in Fulton and Forsyth Counties where you will find the Big Creek Greenway offering activities for all ages. Fulton County communities include Canton Street Commons and Ruth’s Farm in Alpharetta. Milton offers The Hampshire’s, Hickory Crest and Murifield Park. Peachtree Residential also has one new home community in the city of John’s Creek and has large estate homes in Shakerag Manor.
If Forsyth County is your area of interest we offer 2 communities, St. Michael’s Bay and Westbrook. Westbrook has one final new home priced at $499,900 and the neighborhood is full of amenities. St. Michael’s Bay on Lake Lanier is a gated community with new homes priced from the $400’s-$700’s. Living close to the Greenway gives you no excuses to get out and enjoy nature! The Big Creek Greenway has two trails split between for Forsyth and Fulton County. Whether you walk, jog, bike or rollerblade along the scenic route there’s something for everyone to enjoy on the wonderful Greenway! Click here to check out more information here on the Big Creek Greenway!
Two townhomes are available and move-in ready at Sterling on the Lake in Flowery Branch! Peachtree Residential has a brand new model home at the townhome. Stop in to view the new decorated model home. Both townhomes are now priced at $329,900. Peachtree is also offering $3,000 toward closing costs with a Peachtree Residential preferred lender – SunTrust or Fidelity Mortgage. There are two remaining townhomes available featuring either a Delaney floor plan or the Danbury plan. Both luxurious townhomes are located on the village green. The slab townhomes feature 10-foot ceilings on the first floor, site finished hardwood floors, oak-tread staircases between the first and second floors, mahogany stained front doors, chef kitchens with stainless steel appliances and the highest quality materials.
Sterling on the Lake is located in the city of Flowery Branch off of Spout Springs Road. The master-planned community is well-known for its impressive amenity list. Amenities include a Village Center, which is the heart of the community and includes the Lakeside Clubhouse complete with meeting rooms, large porches, a veranda with an outdoor fireplace, a caterer’s kitchen, 27-seat movie theater, 24-hour fitness center and a playground; a pool with a two-story waterslide; a infinity pool with a waterfall; and the Village Green with its amphitheater and event space. Other amenities include an onsite activities director; a tennis center with multiple courts, an onsite pro and pickle ball lines; miles of trails and multiple parks; the Spout Springs Library and Cafe; a children’s treehouse; and the Lodge, a second clubhouse with a lap pool and bocce ball courts. Not to mention, 75 acres of community lakes.
It’s a great time to purchase a new home. Peachtree Residential has several MOVE-IN READY homes to kick off 2017. Be sure to ask our onsite representatives about closing cost contributions, design center options, golf carts, partially finished basements, flex cash, and more!
*All incentives are subject to change at any time.
The new year is around the corner and Atlanta Agent published the top 4 home design trends for 2017 and commented on the 3 going out the door. You can fix up your current home or buy a new Peachtree Residential home which has so many benefits! Peachtree Residential has several inventory homes ready for you this holiday season or you can build your dream home! Check out our new homes here: www.PeachtreeResidential.com
They said: “Every year brings with it new design trends that capture the hearts and minds of prospective homebuyers, and thanks to Zillow Digs, we have a good idea of what trends to look for in the 2017 housing market”.
Top 4 trends for next year:
1. Velvet – Already a hot trend, Zillow Digs expects velvet to make a “big splash” in 2017, especially in throw pillows, upholstered couches and curtains.
2. Jewel Colors – The saturated colors of emerald green and sapphire blue bring “life and richness” to residences, and Zillow Digs predicts they will appear in anything from artwork to furniture.
3. Marble Surfaces – Countertops, flooring and tabletops will be natural spots for marble, particularly in white/light gray color schemes; platters, vases and other household items could also incorporate marble.
4. Built-in Bars – Finally, bar carts were a hot trend in 2016, and Zillow Digs thinks the more permanent built-in bar will be popular in 2017. Whether it be a built-in shelf for cocktails or a seating area, bars could become focal points within the home.
“Interior design in 2017 will be about bringing warmth and comfort into the home,” she said. “Homeowners will start to shy away from overly industrial designs that feel stiff or cold. Instead, they will incorporate plush fabrics like velvet and rich jewel tones into their home to make it feel more approachable and welcoming.”
3 trends to leave behind this year:
1. Industrial Furniture – Exposed brick will remain en vogue, but the uncomfortable and impractical furniture that defined the “industrial” trend will be retired with rich leather and plush fabrics – aka, comfortable furniture!
2. Cool Grays – A nice neutral color, gray has been a go-to for homeowners and designers, but experts anticipate more experimentation in 2017 with brighter, more individualized colors.
3. Quote Art – Calling it “overdone,” Zillow Digs expects quote art to be “forgotten quickly” next year, and to be replaced with artwork that captures the colors and textures of nature.