Since released to the market, homes and pre-sale lots have been selling fast at Brookwood Walk! There are now only eight pre-sale opportunities left at this community of well-appointed single-family homes located in Snellville. Residents of this community enclave have easy access to several area attractions via Highway 124. If you’re looking for a home in Gwinnett County, we invite you to come tour Brookwood Walk today. Here is a quick look at the five featured floor plans you’ll find in this community.
The Candler is a beautiful 2-story home with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. This home plan has a covered porch at the front door. Immediately at the front entrance of the home, you’ll find a formal dining room and private study. Following the hallway from the foyer, you’ll enter the open living area. This area contains the kitchen which overlooks the breakfast nook and spacious family room. There is also a mud room off the 2-car garage and a deck or patio off the family room.
The second floor of the Candler houses the owner’s suite which includes an oversized walk-in closet and luxurious bathroom. You will also find the three secondary bedrooms on the second floor. One of these bedrooms has its own bathroom, while the other two are connected by a jack-and-jill bathroom. Options to customize your home include features such as a sunroom or a 5th bedroom and full bath on the main floor.
The Emory is a 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom floor plan you will find at Brookwood Walk. This well-appointed home plan boasts a 2-car and separate 1-car garage, as well as a covered porch in the front of the home. The main floor is comprised of a formal dining room, gourmet kitchen and breakfast area, and 2-story foyer and family room. This floor also includes a bedroom and full bath, as well as a mudroom at the entrance to the 2-car garage.
On the second floor of the Emory plan, you will find the owner’s suite and three secondary bedrooms that all share one bathroom. The options to customize the Emory home plan include a coffered ceiling in the family room, media room on the second floor, sunroom on the main floor, and a third floor.
The Milton home plan is a gorgeous 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom layout you will find at Brookwood Walk. The main floor of this elegant floor plan features a spacious formal dining room and private study at the front entrance. Down the hall, you’ll find a chef’s kitchen overlooking the breakfast area and family room. The bedroom and full bath off the 2-car garage are perfect to use as guest rooms when friends and family come to visit.
The second floor of the Milton floor plan includes the owner’s suite, laundry room, and three secondary bedrooms. Each of the secondary bedrooms of this home has a walk-in closet and share a bathroom. There is also a loft area that can be used as an optional office area, play area, or living room. Options to customize this floor plan include a sunroom on the main floor, a side-entry and saddle garage, or a third floor.
The 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom model home at Brookwood Walk is our Morningside floor plan. When you enter the front door, you are greeted by a formal dining room and separate living room on either side of the foyer. Down the hall are a bedroom and full bathroom, as well as the open kitchen and living area. There is a deck or patio off the oversized kitchen, which overlooks the breakfast area and 2-story family room. This floor plan also features a mudroom and walk-in pantry off the entrance from the 2-car garage.
Upstairs on the second floor, you will find the luxurious owner’s suite which includes a separate sitting area. The owner’s suite in the Morningside home plan also has a spacious bathroom and oversized walk-in closet. The second floor of this home also includes three secondary bedrooms. One of these bedrooms has its own full bath while the other two bedrooms share a jack-and-jill bathroom. Your options for customizing the Morningside floor plan include a coffered ceiling in the family room, media room, sunroom, side-entry and saddle garage, and a third floor.
The spacious master on the main Vinings floor plan boasts a 4 bedroom and 2.5 bathroom layout. Alongside the owner’s suite, you will find a formal dining room, private study, and laundry room on the main floor. The open-concept living and kitchen area includes a beautiful chef’s kitchen with walk-in pantry as well as a 2-story living room.
On the second floor, you will find the three secondary bedrooms, which each have their own walk-in closets. Each of the upstairs bedrooms will share one full-size jack-and-jill bathroom.
With only eight pre-sale opportunities remaining, now is the perfect time to come tour the homes at Brookwood Walk. If you’re interested in one of our home plans or would like to learn more about this community, contact us today.
Haynes Park is a community of new townhomes nestled in Lithonia, Georgia in eastern DeKalb County. Located just off I-20, this charming neighborhood is ideal for homebuyers seeking small-town living with easy access to restaurants, shopping locations, and attractions throughout metro Atlanta. Alternatively, nearby Johnson Park, Lithonia Park, and Pine Log Park provide ample opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled day outdoors close to home.
The townhomes at Haynes Park feature the Buckingham home plan, a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom floor plan. This open concept floor plan features a U-shaped kitchen featuring an island with a double sink, as well as plentiful kitchen cabinetry and storage space. The main floor also houses a well-lit family room and dinette. The second floor of the townhomes includes the master bedroom which includes a spacious walk-in closet, as well as two secondary bathrooms and the laundry room.
The convenient location of these beautiful townhomes just off I-20 in Lithonia is within driving distance to several local attractions.
The Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area is a 40,000-acre nature preserve located southwest of Haynes Park in Lithonia. Here you can spend a day outdoors geocaching on the Geo-PATH, tour the Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort facility, and visit numerous historic sites within the preserve.
Nestled along the South River, Panola Mountain State Park is a short drive southwest of Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area. At this 1,635-acre park visitors can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities including archery, biking, hiking, picnicking, and much more.
Popular Stone Mountain Park lies northwest of Haynes Park along US-78. When you visit Stone Mountain through March 4, 2018, you can take advantage of a variety of wintry activities including snow tubing down Avalanche Alley or building a snowman and constructing a snow fort in the SnowZone among many other others.
The townhomes at Haynes Park have been selling fast, which is why there’s no better time than now to come see us. To schedule your tour, you can contact us at (470) 222-6067. We’re open Monday – Saturday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sunday from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
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.
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.
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.
Popular customized home options include a media room on the second floor, a sunroom off the kitchen, and a 3rd floor.
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.
The fourth Thursday of November is here and that means friends and family across the country will hopefully be headed somewhere to enjoy the Thanksgiving traditions of turkey and all the trimmings with some yummy pumpkin pie for dessert. Since the traditional meal tends to come later in the day, anyone that isn’t cooking or helping out will have plenty of time on their hands. Thank goodness there are plenty of sporting events and several holiday parades available to enjoy before the big meal is finally ready, but just how did the having parades and watching football become such Thanksgiving traditions? We were curious about this and found some interesting information we wanted to share on why these other two big Thanksgiving traditions came about.
The tradition of Thanksgiving parades goes back to the early 20th century when people began to associate Thanksgiving with the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In order to attract more holiday shoppers, Macy’s decided to start sponsoring an elaborate parade in New York. Originally called the Macy’s Christmas Parade, the first Thanksgiving Day parade was staged in 1924. It had only three floats pulled by horses, four bands and several animals from the Central Park Zoo — camels, donkeys, elephants and goats — as the attractions and stars in the parade. Last in the lineup was jolly old Santa Claus in his red sleigh full of wrapped presents, a tradition that continues to this day.
The parade took shape during the Roaring Twenties, a time of prosperity and pleasure. It was staged and further expanded by the hard-working Macy’s employees, many of whom emigrated to America from Europe and longed to stage a celebration similar to the ones in their countries. In 1927, the gigantic balloons that are now the signature element of the parade made their first appearance with the help of helium. The balloons replaced the zoo animals that were frightening to some children.At the conclusion of the parade, the giant balloons were released into the air. In 1929, Macy’s began offering a $50 reward for any returned balloons, which were affixed with return address labels. In 1934, celebrities became an important element of the parade, with singer-actor Eddie Cantor joining in the event that year. The Mickey Mouse helium balloon was also introduced to parade-goers.
From 1942 to 1944, the parade was canceled because of the shortage of helium and rubber during World War II. Those three years are the only time the celebration has been called off. When the parade returned in 1945, it was broadcast on television for the first time and was bigger than earlier versions. Every year, the Macy’s team behind the parade works to outdo the previous year’s event. This evolution has meant bigger balloons, more floats, better materials and new technologies, all resulting in the flashy spectacle that rolls through the streets of New York today.
In ancient harvest festivals, people often celebrated with various games and popular sports of the times, so you could argue the tradition of playing a game such as football on Thanksgiving has been popular for many, many years. Many folks believed that the tradition of an American football game on Thanksgiving started between the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers but that is incorrect. In reality, the first game of professional football happened in 1934 when the University of Detroit Stadium hosted the first broadcasted Thanksgiving Day football game. Click the image below to watch a video from the History channel that explains the spark of this American holiday tradition. Of course, as football has become more popular, now there are more games and other sporting events as well on Thanksgiving day.
We want to wish all of our new homeowners a very Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you for choosing Hatteras Communities as the homebuilder, we are thankful for you. We look forward to helping our future homebuyers discover the Hatteras difference for themselves. From all of us to all of you, we hope you have a wonderful holiday with friends and family.
image sources: Flickr user aaron_c and History.com
We’re excited to announce the addition of Chad Allen. He is customer-focused, experienced expert in residential Atlanta home construction. We look forward to the excellent customer service and professional skills Chad will add to the company.
Chad is from Atlanta, GA and a home builder by trade with over 25 years of construction experience. Attention to detail and strong customer service skills have been the hallmarks of Chad’s success. He has worked on home building projects across all price ranges, from entry level to pure custom. His constant eye on delivery schedules and bottom line cost savings directly generate impact and valuable benefits for homeowners.
The expertise and dedication Chad brings to his new role also matches the commitment homebuyers receive and respond to from Hatteras Communities. In his role as Project Manager for Hatteras Communities single family home developments, Chad’s responsibilities will also be focused on construction management, onsite timetables, compliance coordination, and most importantly, customer care. Chad will be a great asset to Hatteras as he delivers field supervision duties to our quality communities. His role will equally include quality control, customer walk-throughs and warranty follow-up for our new single-family homebuyers.
Thanks again to Chad for becoming new team member of Hatteras Communities. As expected, he is already proving himself to be great additions to our quality first organization. We look forward to the continued benefits of having Chad onboard our management team. If you haven’t seen or experienced the Hatteras Difference for yourself, then make plans now to stop by any of our exciting new communities today. Remember to say Hi to Chad if and when you see him!