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Jim Chapman Communities Announces Final Opportunity in East Cobb

Brookhaven of East Cobb homeJim Chapman Communities is excited to announce the final opportunity at its sought after Brookhaven of East Cobb community. With just one active adult home available, the community will be closing out soon.

“Buyers that want to live in an award-winning community should act fast,” explained Kelly Dempsey, vice president of sales and marketing for Jim Chapman Communities. “Brookhaven of East Cobb is an extraordinary gated community near all that the area offers. Our final home will not last long!”

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

In addition to being close to everything, the community offers active adult living at its finest. Residents can take advantage of a heated pool, outdoor fireplace and a National Association of Home Builders’ award-winning clubhouse with exercise room and kitchen.

Priced from the $290,000s, the final home features all brick and stone construction with an inviting front porch, optional screen porch and bonus room with full bath. The home also includes vaulted ceilings and an oversized master suite.

To visit from Atlanta, take I-75 North to I-575 North. Then, take the second exit for 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.

For more information, call Tim Parker, the sales consultant, at 404-808-5648. Also, visit www.jimchapmancommunities.com.

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