Awarded at this year’s 41st OBIE Awards, Brookhaven Commons by Harrison Homes won the Detached Community of the Year accolade. The OBIE Awards, presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, is celebrating its 41st anniversary. Atlanta Real Estate Forum offers a hearty congratulations to everyone at Harrison Homes for the incredible win!
Designed by award-winning architects at Mattison Architect and developed and built by Harrison Communities, the 26 single-family homes at Brookhaven Commons offer 2,700 to 3,300 square feet of living space anchored around a shared, European-style courtyard. Design South Interiors curated premium finish and selection options, so homeowners can create a stunning home that perfectly meets their needs. The desirable location, progressively designed homes and attractive amenities elevate community living for homeowners.
Homeowners live uncommonly at Brookhaven Commons. The seven modern farmhouse elevations create a picturesque and charming scene. Nestled together around a beautiful courtyard, the community features mindful architectural elements such as central mailboxes, walking paths, fire pits, water fountains and warm, enticing porches. Each aspect connects neighbors, building community with a strong social fabric. The customizable floorplans feature up to four bedrooms with a chef’s kitchens, a third-floor finished attic and premium design finishes that allow homeowners to create their perfect home. Located in desirable Brookhaven, Brookhaven Commons ideally sits near major transportation hubs, retail, restaurants, schools and parks.
The OBIE Awards began in 1980 and have since grown to include more than 100 remodeling, building, marketing and personal achievement categories. Named after the obelisk shape of the award, the OBIE Awards are presented by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. To see all of this year’s OBIE award winners, visit www.atlantarealestateforum.com/category/OBIEs. Make sure to like, share and comment on this story.