Today is the first day of fall! From here on out, leaves will change colors and temperatures will drop. Celebrate by visiting some of these local destinations near Traton homes for outdoor fun.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
With 2,965 acres, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Whether you want to feel the sound of a cannon’s roar, picnic, bird watch, drive to the top of the mountain or take a hike on some of the over 22 miles of maintained interpretive trails, Kennesaw Mountain has something for you. After learning more about the Battle of Kennesaw and discovering the beauty of the park, head over to McClure Farms to tour new homes in Acworth.
Priced from the low $400,000s, McClure Farms is now selling in its final phase. Homes feature three-sides architectural detail, and side-entry garages are standard. In addition to gorgeous homes, a fun-filled amenity center includes a pool, kid’s pool with water feature, playground and a cabana with outdoor fireplace that’s perfect for chilly fall nights. Located on Mars Hill Church Road in Acworth, the community is served by Allatoona High School.
Big Creek Greenway
Starting in Alpharetta, the Big Creek Greenway is a 12-foot wide concrete path that meanders eight miles through the woods along Big Creek. It offers an ideal setting for walking, jogging, inline roller blading and biking. Wildlife such as blue heron, deer, ducks and Canadian geese can be observed.
Encore Walk is nearby and features Atlanta townhomes priced from the high $300,000s with 2,280 to 2,289 square foot plans. Choose between a two-story floor plan with basement or three-story floor plan. Each home has a gourmet island kitchen, luxurious baths and spacious living areas. In addition to the Big Creek Greenway, the community is minutes from the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater at Encore Park, Top Golf, North Point Mall, Wills Park and Avalon. Children will attend Manning Oaks Elementary School, Northwestern Middle School and Milton High School.
Moving onto Forsyth County, Chattahoochee Pointe in Suwanee provides two picnic pavilions, a playground, a two-and-a-half mile nature trail and direct access to the banks of the Chattahoochee River. The 100 acre park is open daily from 6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. thru October and then 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. thru February.
Located directly across the street from Chattahoochee Pointe is Traton’s The Reserve at Old Atlanta. Pass through the stately brick and stone entryway, and be greeted by 36 acres of beautiful and serene land that is preserved as open space and perfect for community gatherings. Complementing the park will be lighted tennis courts, a Jr. Olympic swimming pool and decorated clubhouse. Priced from the $560,000s, homes feature spacious and functional floor plans that have gourmet kitchens, luxurious owner’s suites and spacious open living areas. The Reserve at Old Atlanta is also near Lake Lanier, the Mall of Georgia, Suwanee Town Center and the Collection at Forsyth, an upscale open-air retail center. Children will attend Johns Creek Elementary School, Riverwatch Middle School and Lambert High School.
Experience fall like never before with these great destinations and Atlanta new homes! To learn more about Traton Homes, visit www.tratonhomes.com.