One of the best parts about Halloween aside from all of the candy is the opportunity to attend spooktacular events. For residents of our Woodstock new homes, things are about to get very exciting, and potentially a little scary, as Elm Street Cultural Art Village hosts the season’s premiere event, Ghost Tails and Trails.
During this year’s Ghost Tails and Trails, you’ll find yourself acting as one of Sherriff Billy’s deputies to help him capture the creature who has been stealing gold from the good citizens of Ol’ Western Town. The hunt for “Shadow” will take you on our a tour throughout the brand new Elm Street property searching for clues, meeting new people, running into obstacles and capturing the shadow himself. After you’ve successfully nabbed the bad guy, stick around for free games and activities designed for all ages.
This biggest showdown in Woodstock history will take place just a few nights only from October 24 through 26 from 6 to 10 p.m. Admission is $10 for those ages 5 and up, and a new tour will start every 45 minutes.
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village and the rest of the Main Street Woodstock area, which is filled with shops and restaurants, is located just five minutes from our new community of Cherokee County homes. Chosen for its prime location convenient to downtown Woodstock and I-575, Oakhurst is a brand new community of 157 craftsman-style homes priced from the mid $200,000s.
Construction is already underway on the first phase of these Atlanta new homes, which will come in a variety of master up and master on the main designs with features and finishes such as hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, spa-like master bathrooms, basements, media rooms and more. In addition, the community will also offer a grand clubhouse, junior Olympic pool and playground all located close to the community’s majestic Oak tree.
This Halloween, we hope you’ll make your plans to follow the trail from Elm Street’s haunted wild west event to our new homes in Woodstock.
To learn more about the community or to schedule an appointment for a not-so-haunted tour, please call Lorrie Collie at 770-853-1088.