New Homes Now Selling in Brookwood Walk

Hatteras Communities is proud to announce that we are now selling at Brookwood Walk, our newest community in Gwinnett County. The small community enclave of new single-family homes is nestled in a tranquil, wooded area of Snellville, GA. These well-appointed homes are located near The Shoppes at Webb Gin, Ronald Reagan Park, and Emory Healthcare. Within the first month since the opening of the model home at Brookwood Walk on December 16, 2017, it has quickly become one of the most sought-after communities in the area.

New Decorated Model Home

The beautifully decorated model home at Brookwood Walk is our popular Morningside floor plan. This spacious 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom home showcases a beautiful combination of brick, stone, and cedar shake exteriors. This home boasts several luxurious features that are perfect for entertaining your guests. The large chef’s kitchen with oversized island overlooks the breakfast area and family room. The formal dining room is ideal for hosting family meals, especially around the holidays. The main floor of this gorgeous home also offers a bedroom and full bath.

Living Room
Formal Dining Room

The second floor of the Morningside houses three secondary bedrooms, one with its own bathroom while the other two bedrooms share a jack-and-jill bathroom. The oversized owner’s suite is complemented by a cozy sitting area. The accompanying owner’s bath features a separate garden tub and shower, as well as a large walk-in closet.

Owner’s Suite

Popular customized home options include a media room on the second floor, a sunroom off the kitchen, and a 3rd floor.

Media Room

Plan Your Visit Today

If you’ve been searching for a spacious home in a peaceful Gwinnett County community, Brookwood Walk is the perfect neighborhood for you. Contact us today or view the other available home plans to find out more information about the homes of Brookwood Walk, or view our other Hatteras Communities neighborhoods.

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