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March 31, 2014 | Jim Chapman Communities | Comments 0

Final Opportunities at Brookhaven of East Cobb

Jim Chapman Communities is down to its final opportunities at Brookhaven of East Cobb. With a beautiful homes and a sought after location, this popular active adult community has just three home sites remaining.

“We’ve had tremendous sales over the last three months, selling 14 homes,” said Kelly Dempsey, vice president of sales and marketing at Jim Chapman Communities. “If you are looking to be in East Cobb, you better act fast!”

Brookhaven of East Cobb offers award-winning floor plans, loaded with features that today’s active adult home buyers are looking for. These include all brick and stone construction with inviting front porches, vaulted ceilings, oversized master suites, bonus rooms with full baths and optional screened porches.

Additionally, the gated community provides sought after amenities. Residents enjoy a heated pool, outdoor fireplace and National Association of Home Builder’s award-winning clubhouse with fitness center, card room and catering kitchen.

Located at the intersection of Chastain Road and Bells Ferry Road in Kennesaw, Brookhaven of East Cobb is minutes from Town Center Mall, Shaw Park, Mountain View Aquatic Center, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Marietta Country Club and Wellstar Kennesaw Medical Center.

To visit from Atlanta, take I-75 North to I-575 North. Take exit 3, Chastain Road. Turn right on Chastain Road, and the community will be approximately one-half mile on the left. There is a traffic signal at the entrance.

To find out more about Brookhaven of East Cobb’s last remaining home sites, contact sales agent Tim Parker at 404-808-5648. Also, go to www.jimchapmancommunities.com.

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