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May 28, 2014 | Windsong Properties | Comments 0

Windsong Properties Hosts Clubhouse Warming Party at Bel-Aire

Bel-Aire Ribbon Cutting

Left to Right: Joyce Schell, lifestyle consultant at Bel-Aire; Graylyn and William Lee, first homeowners when Trinity Village; Steve Romeyn, co-owner of Windsong Properties; Lucy and Gregory George, first Windsong homeowners; Kimberlee Dye, on-site agent (PhotosByHeatherFritz.com)

Windsong Properties recently held a successful clubhouse warming and homeowner appreciation event at its active adult community of Bel-Aire in Powder Springs. Exclusively for existing homeowners, 60 residents enjoyed a catered lunch and toured the new facility.

“We wanted to get our homeowners together to thank them for their patience and patronage during the construction process,” explained Steve Romeyn, co-owner of Windsong Properties. “We held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the opening of the clubhouse and to honor our first homeowners. The residents are excited to start using this new space for community-wide gatherings.”

The private clubhouse features a grand family-style gathering room with fireplace, entertainment system and space to set up several large tables as needed. The facility offers residents a game room, fitness room with cardio machines and free-weights and a catering kitchen. Outside, residents can socialize on the wrap-around covered patio with stone fireplace, rockers and dining tables.

“The opening of the clubhouse shows that the community has certainly come a long way since we acquired it,” said Romeyn. “We appreciate its earliest pioneering homeowners for taking the risk and sticking around to help make Bel-Aire a great place to call home.”

Graylyn and William Lee closed on the first home in December of 2007 when the community was started as Trinity Village. They witnessed the real estate down turn and are excited to see their community coming to fruition. Lucy and Gregory George were also invited to cut the ribbon as Windsong’s first home buyers.

“It’s great to see homeowners welcoming new buyers and showing them the Bel-Aire lifestyle,” said Carrie Roeger, operations manager at Windsong Properties. “This community with the feel of country living is really special and sales have proven that.”

Along with the new clubhouse, Bel-Aire features a large community park with a gazebo, grills, a dog park and

Residents Socializing at Bel-Aire

Homeowner Ken Tovay meets his neighbors at the new Bel-Aire clubhouse opening (PhotosByHeatherFritz.com)

community gardens. Residents enjoy walking paths, sidewalks, a nature trail and professionally maintained lawn maintenance.

Each home boasts a luxurious master suite on the main level, an open great room, flexible space, accessibility features and a private courtyard retreat. Parkside recently sold out and Hillside Phase II just started selling.

For more information on Bel-Aire’s clubhouse or low maintenance living “Where Life’s a Breeze,” contact Kimberlee Dye, the on-site sales consultant, at 678-401-2306. Also, visit www.windsonglife.com.

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