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August 03, 2014 | ATL Best New HomesTV | Comments 0

Brock Built Offers Variety of Options for Buyers in East Cobb

Brock Built, which has a reputation as one of Atlanta’s finest and most trusted new home builders, is currently building a variety of new homes in the sought-after East Cobb area. By strategically choosing the location for each new home community it builds, Brock Built ensures that its home buyers will live in an area with great schools and easy access to all of life’s necessary conveniences.

Currently, Brock Built is building new homes in multiple communities throughout East Cobb:

At Lynden Manor, located in the Lassiter High School district in Marietta, buyers have one final opportunity to own a Brock Built home. This four bedroom and three-and-a-half bath home is priced at $749,900.

The popular Bennett’s Park community, which is located in the Walton High School district, has two opportunities remaining for new home buyers. Each home is priced from the high $600,000s and includes five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Buyers searching for a new home within walking distance to the historic Marietta Square can purchase a home at Mangêt. Featuring both cottage and traditional-style homes, pricing at this community starts in the $300,000s.

The final community that Brock Built is currently offering new homes in is Enclave at Laura Creek. Conveniently located near the Town Center retail area, this private, gated community is currently offering presale opportunities. The home plans at Enclave at Laura Creek will include three to five bedrooms and can be built on either basement or slab home sites.

To learn more about the new homes that Brock Built is currently building in East Cobb, call 404-472-5707 or visit www.BrockBuilt.com.

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