West Atlanta Life+Style for Craftsman Style Townhomes, Homes

                The fun of Atlanta is close enough to Parkview II and Dupont Commons that homeowners can almost feel it from their doorsteps. All the dining, shopping and entertainment is just minutes away, yet the noise and speed of the city are removed from these two Brock Built communities. Parkview II’s single family homes are just a short drive from Buckhead, but homebuyers might not realize that by looking at prices. These homes in West Atlanta sport large backyards and are nestled along quiet streets. Prices for these homes in West Atlanta start at $274,000. Hurry because homes are under construction now. Brock Built is building the final 21 new homes in this community and features include granite countertops, 42” cabinets and Moen plumbing fixtures. Home plans with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, spacious kitchens and large family rooms are available for purchase. Not far from Parkview II are the craftsman style townhomes in Dupont Commons – this is Brock Built’s sought-after, flagship intown community. These townhomes are designed to live like single family homes. Each home includes a formal dining room, large family room, owner’s suite and kitchen with butler’s pantry. Three interior units and one end unit, all with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, feature oversized back decks perfect for entertaining or just enjoying a quiet sunset. The homes come with added privacy because they are located on the outer loop of the community. The three available interior units start at $309,900, and the outer unit is priced at $319,900. Neighborhood amenities at Dupont Commons are perfect for any season. Neighbors are enjoying fire pits and parks this winter.  In the spring and summer the community playground and swimming pool will be the places to be! The homes in both communities are built with a full wrap James Hardie application that includes the siding, shake and trim. Residents in the area have their pick of unique eateries and engaging entertainment. Grab a flatbread pizza cooked in a wood-burning oven at Cucina Asellina and then head to the Fox Theatre for a show. The High Museum of Art, Margaret Mitchell House and plenty more attractions mean homeowners will never be at a loss on what to do with their weekends. Call Ansley Brooks at 770-301-6690 or email her at [email protected] for more information.