If you’re tired of putting your life on hold while you wait for the Atlanta housing market to turn around, you aren’t the only one. Many buyers have been anxiously waiting for home prices to stabilize in order to sell their old homes, and now that this seems to be the case, they are flooding into the marketplace in order to take advantage of low interest rates.
Peggy Hibbert, the onsite agent at Monte Hewett Homes’ Druid Hills community says, “I’m expecting the best market in the past six to eight years in Druid Hills. There is a lot of demand for this attractive historical area where it is hard to find new construction homes.”
Monte Hewett Homes currently has two beautiful homes under construction to be ready for summer. The electrical and plumbing are going into the homes now, but there is still a short window for buyers to choose fixtures and other interior details to truly make the home their own.
The custom homes on sites 1185 and 1189 feature five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms on basements. Priced at $1,399,000, both homes feature more than 4,500 square feet with brick and stone exteriors, three-car garages, 10-foot ceilings on the main floors, custom kitchens open to the great room and breakfast room, covered porches and second floor master retreats. These homes will feature finished basement rec rooms and guest suites. There is also plenty of extra basement space to finish out for a media room, exercise room or even a wine cellar.
Located on The By Way, these homes are within walking distance to Olmstead Linear Parks, Druid Hills Golf Club, Fernbank Science Center & Planetarium, Emory University and Little Five Points.
Children will attend Dekalb County schools including Fernbank Elementary, Druid Hills Middle and Druid Hills High. Nearby private school options include Paideia, Woodward, Holy Innocents, Westminster, The Lovett School and Marist.
For more information on these phenomenal new construction opportunities in historic Druid hills, call Peggy at 404-444-0192.