The school year may have just ended, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to forget about the classroom, especially if you are planning to move to a new home this summer. For many home buyers with children, ensuring that their new home will be located in a top performing school district is almost as important as the home itself. Parents in Cobb County won’t be disappointed when searching for a new home in the many Traton Homes communities that are located in some of Georgia’s A+ school districts.
Before the first school bell rings this fall, home buyers will want to check out these fantastic Cobb County communities:
1. The Estates at Davis Ridge: Students in this East Cobb County community will receive an exceptional education at Mountain View Elementary, Hightower Middle and Pope High schools. In 2013, Schooldigger.com ranked Hightower Middle school as No. 7 out of 483 middle schools throughout the state, with Pope High ranking as No. 11 of 367 high Georgia high schools. With only FOUR homes remaining in this stunning and popular Cobb County community, buyers will want to act quickly to secure their homes! These final home opportunities are priced from the $600,000s, with two homes that are move-in ready. Call 770-578-4444 or 404-314-4158 for more information.
2. Great Oaks Estates: Allatoona High School is no stranger to prestigious accolades, known for its Advanced Placement© curriculum and 2013 Silver award in U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best High Schools. We currently offer luxury new homes in this excellent school district that also includes Frey Elementary and Durham Middle. Priced from $360,000, there are four homes remaining in this Acworth community and immediate move-in dates are available, so that families will be able to settle in before the start of the new school year. For more information about the remaining single-family homes at Great Oaks Estates, call 678-873-9263.
3. Scott Farm: Only five new home opportunities are still available at this beautiful Traton Homes community located off of Due West Road. The youngest residents of Scott Farm will be in district to attend Vaughan Elementary, Lost Mountain Middle and Harrison High schools. Parents with high schoolers will be pleased to know that Harrison was named No. 5 among high schools in the state in 2013, according to SchoolDigger.com. Call 678-858-1984 for more information on these final five homes in Scott Farm.
With stylish home designs, open layouts and stunning interior features, homes in these Cobb County communities make the grade in all of the areas that are most important to home buyers! Don’t miss out on your chance to jump to the front of the class when you purchase a new Traton home. Visit the Traton Homes website to learn more about these extraordinary communities.