As you don your favorite green apparel in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, don’t forget to dress your Atlanta new home in this lucky color too. With Brock Built’s GreenSmart program, making sure your home and your wallet have plenty of green is easy!
Here’s a look at what their energy efficient GreenSmart program includes:
- Radiant barrier roofing
- House Wrap to prevent water and air infiltration
- Air sealing to enclose the home
- Spray-on fiberglass insulation
- ENERGY STAR appliances
- High efficiency light bulbs
- Low flow plumbing
Of course, if you want to celebrate the luck of the Irish outside your Cobb County homes community, here are a few local events:
- Atlanta St. Patrick’s Day Parade: On Saturday, March 16 head on over to downtown Atlanta for this annual Atlanta tradition. Attendees of all ages will enjoy a parade and festival with special guest appearances, live music, entertainment, food, drink, games and more.
- Haunted Pub Crawl: If you’re looking for a frighteningly good time, attend this spooky event in downtown Marietta. On Saturday, March 16 at 9 p.m., tour goers will make their rounds to Marietta Square’s three most haunted bars for ghost stories and drinks.
- Keegan’s Irish Pub: Your whole family can enjoy traditional Irish fare at this restaurant’s East and West Cobb locations.
Between Brock Built’s energy-efficient homes and fun events around Atlanta, hopefully you’ll find your pot of gold this St. Patrick’s Day.
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.