Traton Homes’ Brandly Hall is featured on this week’s Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio’s Deal of the Week segment. This amazing deal features $12,000 in free design options PLUS $2,500 in closing costs. This deal is ending soon, but it is for any homebuyer who signs a contract by the end of the month. Traton Homes only has 13 townhomes left, so buyers will not want to miss this opportunity.
Brandly Hall is an enclave of 24 townhomes priced from the $280,000s. With well-crafted exteriors and artfully designed interiors, these townhomes are as beautiful as they are well located. These 24 townhomes will provide exactly what buyers want from luxury Atlanta real estate. From attractive architectural exteriors to spacious and well-appointed interiors, this enclave is sure to have something for everyone’s desires. The interiors of these homes feature nine or ten foot ceilings, large showers, cozy gathering spaces and modern kitchens. In addition, Traton’s attention to detail extends well beyond its beautifully designed homes.
Children living in Bradley Hall will attend school in the sought after Cobb County School District, which includes Nickajack Elementary School, Campbell Middle School and Campbell High School. Additionally, Brandly Hall is only minutes away from I-285, offering easy access to major Atlanta areas to enjoy such as Midtown, Buckhead, Vinings and downtown shopping, dining and entertainment.
For more information about this amazing deal press play on the podcast player above. For more information about Traton Homes, visit www.TratonHomes.com.
Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio’s “Deal of the Week” segment airs on Wednesdays and highlights the movers and shakers in the Atlanta real estate industry – the homebuilders, developers, Realtors and suppliers working to provide the American dream for Atlantans. For more information on how you can be featured as a guest, contact mRELEVANCE at 770-383-3360 or via the contact form on this site.
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