Exciting Amenity Progress at Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes

Kolter Homes – a leader in developing next-generation, highly-amenitized, master-planned active adult communities in the Southeastern U.S. – is proud to announce exciting construction updates regarding the highly anticipated amenities at Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes. While construction continues on The Club at Cresswind Georgia, residents are enjoying weekly community events in the finished daylight basement of the Poplar model home, as well as the use of the community garden, dog park, walking trails and new covered seating at the Pickleball Complex.

“Impressive progress has been made the past month on the amenities at Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes,” Community Director Jennifer Landers said. “Residents are beyond excited to live the full Cresswind lifestyle, so each completed element helps add to that enthusiasm.”

The community garden encourages social health and serves as a collaborative project for the neighborhood while the dog park gives man’s best friend an open space to run and play. Several hiking trails are also open for residents to enjoy the community’s natural, serene backdrop.

Additionally, the new covered seating at the Pickleball Complex is complete, just in time for the summer heat. Residents and the Pickleball Club, one of the community’s most active groups hosting tournaments roughly every other month, have been enjoying the 21 completed pickleball courts and “Eagle’s Nest” spectators pavilion since its completion last fall.

The Cresswind Georgia Pickleball Center serves as the community signature and will feature more than 40 pickleball courts upon completion, estimated to be one of the largest private pickleball complexes in the Southeast and the largest in Georgia.

Other amenity construction updates include the completion of the Club Cresswind roof trusses with first and second-floor framing in process. The natatorium roof and windows are also installed, and drywall and exterior finishes have begun.

While building continues on the highly anticipated, resort-style amenities, residents are currently enjoying a variety of community clubs, such as the Men’s Club, Welcome Committee and Pickleball Club, as well as gatherings in the Poplar model home including a monthly Bunco game, a Mud Mask workshop with Green Girl Basics and beginner’s knitting class.

Cresswind Georgia is the active adult component of the master-planned Twin Lakes neighborhood in Hoschton, Georgia. Set across several hundred acres of preserved nature and walking trails, planned amenities at Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes include Club Cresswind, a resident-only community clubhouse with a lounge area, lakeside views, event spaces, a state-of-the-art Cresswind SmartFIT Training Center powered by EGYM, arts and crafts room and indoor pool with lap lanes. Planned outdoor amenities include walking trails, a resort-style pool, tennis and pickleball courts, event lawn and bandshell. Cresswind Georgia also features two community lakes for fishing, kayaking and canoeing.

Twin Lakes is estimated to be the largest new residential master-planned developments to open in the greater Atlanta area in more than a decade. As the newest Cresswind community in Georgia by Kolter Homes, this new active adult community features 1,300 of the 2,600 total new homes Twin Lakes.

Priced from the high $300,000s to $500,000s, home designs at Cresswind Georgia feature regionally inspired elements with design options, layouts and finishes created with today’s active adult in mind. Open daily, the Cresswind Georgia model home park features 15 decorated home designs with a variety of personalization options including golf cart garages, flexible room configurations, finished or unfinished bonus rooms, enclosed patios and more.

To learn more about new Hoschton homes now selling at Cresswind Georgia at Twin Lakes, visit www.CresswindGeorgia.com.

For more information regarding Cresswind communities throughout Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas, visit www.Cresswind.com.

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