Traton Homes announced pre-sale contracts and lot reservations for 1825 Stilesboro in May, and approximately one-third of the 36 homesites in the community are already either reserved or sold. Specifically designed for homebuyers 55-and-over, this age-restricted Marietta community offers ranch home plans perfect for those seeking single-level living and a low-maintenance lifestyle. Priced from the high $300,000s, this community has been very well received with 14 total lot reservations or contracts in just over a month.
“Traton is delighted that interest in this new community is so strong,” Traton Homes Director of Marketing Kimberly Garwood said. “One third of our home sites in this community are already reserved and/or sold which demonstrates the high demand for 55+ active-adult living in this desirable Marietta location.” Continue reading
Traton Homes is excited to announce the opening of their new decorated model home at The Village of Fuller’s Chase, a community of 22 luxury townhomes located in Downtown Kennesaw and priced from $319,900.
Featuring the Fuller plan, the new model showcases an open concept design and modern farmhouse décor. This home includes three bedrooms, three and a half baths, a two-car garage, and a large island kitchen with quartz countertops and tile backsplash. Lofty 9 ft. ceilings, hardwoods throughout the main level, and a luxurious owner’s suite with large shower and huge walk-in closet enhance the home’s spaciousness and elegance.
“The Village of Fuller’s Chase is a walkable community where an easy stroll will get you to Kennesaw’s charming downtown area,” said Traton Homes Director of Marketing Kimberly Garwood. “Residents can park their car in the garage and walk to restaurants, entertainment and parks.”
Atlanta new home builder Traton Homes just announced that it will build nine Cobb County new homes at Cook’s Farm in Kennesaw, a beautiful established community in the Harrison High School district. Cook’s Farm boasts an elegant streetscape, and the homes Traton is building will feature attractive elevations with three-sides brick, cedar shake and/or stone exteriors and side-entry garages with carriage-style doors. These homes will be priced from the mid-$300,000s and will be available soon.
You’ll love showing of your new home. Interiors will feature luxurious owners’ suites and gourmet kitchens with finishes like stainless steel appliances and granite countertops and maple cabinetry.
Plus, these Traton Homes will be in the middle of it all. Cook’s Farm is in a great Cobb County location, convenient to top-notch schools, shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation. Homeowners will enjoy quick and easy access to West Cobb County, including The West Cobb Avenue, Lost Mountain Park and the Northwestern YMCA.
Children living at Cook’s Farm attend excellent area schools including Bullard Elementary, McClure Middle and as mentioned above, Harrison High schools.
To visit the community, take I-75 north to Barrett Parkway (exit 269). Turn left off the exit and travel 3.2 miles to Stilesboro Road. Turn right onto Stilesboro Road, and then turn left onto Acworth Due West Road. Cook’s Farm is on the left.
For more information on Cook’s Farm, call 770-590-8272 or visit www.TratonHomes.com.
It’s officially spring which means it’s time for a little cleaning, and Atlanta home builder, Traton Homes, has some spring home care tips to help you get on your way.
Your home has missed out on a little TLC over the winter. While others may tell you to dust your baseboards and wash all of your curtains to give your home the love it needs, Traton Homes has some things that you should be doing to your home that you may not even be thinking about to keep it performing at its best. Below are a few suggestions.
Inspect your air conditioner: The last thing you want to do is to try to turn on the A/C on the first day that the heat has become too unbearable to keep the air off any longer and find that it’s not working. Call a qualified HVAC contractor now to make sure your system is running efficiently.
Check your water heater: This is another major appliance that you don’t want to go out. If your unit is older than five years, then check the bottom for any leaking or rusting. If you find any, then it’s probably time to replace the unit.
Check for leaky window sills: Once you do turn on your A/C, you don’t want all that cool air to leak outside. Check your window sills, door sill and thresholds for cracks, replace your weather stripping and caulk the edges.
Traton Homes is a metro Atlanta home builder that has been building quality new homes for more than 40 years.
For more information, visit http://www.TratonHomes.com.