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October 27, 2013 | Rocklyn Homes | Comments 0

Sweetwater Townhome Community Reaches Builder Close-Out Phase

new Gwinnett townhomesRocklyn Homes has reached the builder close-out phase at their popular Gwinnett County townhome community, Sweetwater. With only seven townhomes remaining, Rocklyn Homes is offering a home buyer’s incentive of $5,000 to use towards closing costs when you use their preferred lender.

The final townhomes at Sweetwater will give home buyers the opportunity to choose from multiple townhome designs that feature two stories of living space and a full basement. Priced from $171,000 through $181,000, these homes are currently available as presale opportunities with an expected move-in date of March 2014.

Located along the Sugarloaf Parkway corridor, these two-story townhomes feature spacious, open floor plans and elegant detailing with two and three bedroom options. In addition to the luxury townhomes, residents will have the opportunity to enjoy a sparkling swimming pool during the summer.

Thanks to a great location with a fabulous school district, Sweetwater has nearly reached sold-out status in record time. Located in Lawrenceville, Sweetwater residents will be minutes away from I-85, Sugarloaf Mills, Medieval Times, The Georgia Trail at Sugarloaf, Bass Pro Shop’s Outdoor World, Aurora Theater, Coolray Field and many other popular retail, dining, entertainment and recreation destinations.

To visit Sweetwater, take I-85 North to exit 108/Duluth Highway/Highway 120, and head east. Sweetwater is two miles from I-85 on the right, just past LA Fitness.

For more information on the final Gwinnett County townhomes available at Sweetwater, contact sales agent Kerry White at 770-256-4360 or visit www.RocklynHomes.com.

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