Windsong is working to bring a new active adult community to Woodstock. While in the process of developing the land at Heron Pond, it was important to protect a part of history. Professional preservation of a native, 100 year old Water Oak at the community’s entrance was recently completed.
Caldwell Tree Care was called upon to evaluate the tree and install a system that will preserve and protect this natural beauty. Standing at 47 inches in diameter, the company reported that the Water Oak is in great shape and treated it with a growth regulator. A lightening protection system was also installed. While these trees are native to Georgia, they are not often found thriving at this size or age. “Trees like this are usually destroyed by lightening or development,” stated Kevin Caldwell, owner of Caldwell Tree Care in Roswell.
With the record breaking rainfall Atlanta has experienced over the summer, the land development progress has been slower than anticipated. The grading is complete and pipe work is under way. The entrance is being cut-in, and home plans are in development. Construction of the model home is scheduled to begin this fall.
Located two miles west of Sandy Plains Road on Highway 92, the community is close to East Cobb, Roswell and Woodstock and will feature 75 courtyard homes. Homes will include Windsong’s signature features: open floor plans, low maintenance materials, safe step-free access, a private courtyard retreat and basements per home site and plan.
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