Oglethorpe, Peachtree’s newest neighborhood 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 and six will be basement homesites. The Manor Homes, Village Homes and Garden Homes are meticulously designed with architectural details. The homes 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 green belt along it’s frontage with Spalding Terrace Road which along with the gated entrance, adds to the exclusivity of the neighborhood.
The land plan and project concept has been designed in collaboration with prominent Roswell architect, Lew Oliver. The maintenance free landscaping allows residents at Oglethorpe 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).