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June 20, 2014 | Windsong Properties | Comments 0

Windsong Properties Builds to Bring Families Together

Bentley Basement

The Bentley's finished terrace adds a living area, kitchenette with island, eating area, bedroom and bath as well as an unfinished workshop.

It is no secret that metro Atlanta is one of the top places to retire. When transitioning from a family home to empty nest, many choose to work with Atlanta’s leading active adult home builder, Windsong Properties. Known for its unique blend of low maintenance living, style, amenities and superior customer service, the builder helps bring buyers closer to their families. This reigns true at Windsong Manor in Dallas, Georgia, where home buyers have come from all over the country to live Where Life’s A Breeze, closer to their children.

Buyers have decided to start the next chapter of their lives in the height of luxury with distinctive and detached ranch plans with flexible space, Windsong’s signature accessibility features and access to the amenity rich Seven Hills Park. Sue and Rick Johnson landed at Windsong Manor after deciding to relocate from Denver, Colorado to be closer to their kids.

“We really wanted an active adult community, and Windsong Manor was perfect for us,” said Rick Johnson. “It’s just 20 miles from our son, daughter-in-law and new granddaughter, plus it offered beautiful homes with neighbors in the same walk of life as us.”

The Johnsons selected the Bentley floor plan with terrace because of its openness and room to have the whole family over. They plan to use the terrace level as recreation space for entertaining and as a guest area for when family visits from North Carolina, including their grandson.

Along with being closer to family, the Johnsons appreciated the smooth building process. “Everyone at Windsong was great to work with,” explained Johnson. “They made it easy from our initial visit to closing. We are excited to move-in at the end of the month!”

Another pair of home buyers, Pam and Ken Newbury of Chattanooga, are excited about moving into their home this fall. They chose Windsong Manor because of the vitality at Seven Hills and the community’s location between their daughter in Atlanta and son in Chattanooga.

“We loved the energy of the young families close by,” said Pam Newbury. “Yet, we will still be tucked into a quiet active adult community – and no more lawn maintenance!”

The Newburys worked closely with Gay-Lynn Turner, the on-site sales consultant, throughout the process and now consider her a close friend. They loved that neighbors would stop by the model home to meet them during their visits to the community.

“It’s going to be easy to make friends here,” continued Newbury. “Most have relocated too, so there is already a common bond.”

The Newburys selected the Bentley with terrace so that they would have room to do their favorite hobbies. Ken plans to have a woodworking shop, while Pam is planning to turn the guest room into a craft room.

In addition to a low maintenance home that was designed for retirement, the Newburys are looking forward to the Seven Hills Park which has an outdoor water park with water play area and large bowl slide, perfect for visiting grandchildren. The park also offers tennis courts, pickle ball, a clubhouse and a playground. Residents will also enjoy miles of sidewalks and walking paths woven throughout Seven Hills along with hiking along Little Pumpkinvine Creek.

Windsong Manor is minutes from modern conveniences, many neighboring small towns, the splendor of Lake Allatoona and the North Georgia Mountains, as well as the cultural activities Atlanta has to offer.

To learn more about the easy lifestyle and luxurious ranch homes at Windsong Manor and to live closer to your family, contact Gay-Lynn Turner at 770-917-8082. Also, visit www.windsonglife.com.

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