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December 22, 2013 | Jim Chapman Communities | Comments 0

Jim Chapman Communities Selling Out Fast in Metro Atlanta

Jim Chapman Communities is excited to announce that three of its popular metro Atlanta communities, Brookhaven at Sugarloaf, Brookhaven at Lanier Ridge and Brookhaven of East Cobb, are almost sold out. After a successful 2013, the communities only have a six month supply of active adult homes left.

“This has been a great year, and we are excited about all we’ve done!” exclaimed Kelly Dempsey, vice president of sales and marketing for Jim Chapman Communities.

Known as Gwinnett County’s No.1 active adult community for four years, Brookhaven at Sugarloaf only has 12 homes available. Priced from the $280,000s, homes feature two and three bedroom livable floor plans.

Also priced from the $280,000s and located in booming Forsyth County, Brookhaven at Lanier Ridge has less than 20 homes left. Its newest floor plan, the Abbey, features a bonus room over the two-car garage and a full screened in patio.

The last phase of Brookhaven of East Cobb in Kennesaw is priced from the $290,000s. The community is convenient to Town Center Mall, Marietta, the Georgia mountains and downtown Atlanta.

Each community is gated and provides a variety of amenities for homeowners. These include heated pools, outdoor fireplaces and National Association of Home Builders’ award-winning clubhouses with exercise rooms and catering kitchens.

“For those wanting their parents to live closer, the holidays are the perfect time to get them out to the communities for tours,” said Dempsey. “We don’t want anyone to miss out on these final opportunities.”

For more information on homes built by Jim Chapman Communities, go to www.JimChapmanCommunities.com.

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