Peachtree Residential is happy to announce the start of construction on new homes in the historic town of Norcross. Future homeowners will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful gardens and tranquil vineyards incorporated in the Adams Vineyard community. This lovely metro Atlanta community is located at the intersection of North Peachtree Street and Reps Miller Road.

Adams Vineyard

Priced from the $560,000s, each home in Adams Vineyard complements the rich past of Norcross with oversized front porches, beautiful landscaping and historic designs. The muscadine vineyard, large park, expansive meadows and community garden area add to the quaint and rustic nature of the charming Adams Vineyard.

“This community really does make you feel as if you are living in a California wine country vineyard – among the trellises and vines,” said Alec Rickenbaker, President of Peachtree Residential. “With only 28 total lots, we don’t expect to have homes available long in this convenient community.”

Stretched over a spacious eight acres, Peachtree Residential adds to the allure of Adams Vineyard by including incredible amenities for future homeowners to enjoy. This community features walking trails, country swings, social areas and a community firepit. Extreme attention to detail and proper planning went into place when designing this community. Early development techniques lead to beautiful, stately hundred-year-old oak trees. These exquisite, well-preserved trees offer shade and scenery for the residents of Adams Vineyard.

Adams Vineyard

The historic town of Norcross found its start in 1869. John J. Thrasher, local Atlanta entrepreneur and resident, purchased 250 acres of land and started the second ever city in Gwinnett County. This initial town of Norcross was home of the first car manufactured and purchased in the south named NorX. Norcross was also given the endearing title of Atlanta’s Summer Resort as visitors would escape the hustle and bustle of Atlanta and retreat to enjoy a simpler time for a weekend. Denizens of Atlanta used the Airline Belle, a commuter train, to zip back and forth between the two cities.

Also rich in history, the vineyard’s start dates back to World War II. Colonel John Adams, a military hero who fell in love with the land, planted the vineyard and owned and tended to the land.

Adams VineyardThe vineyard was open to visitors who would come and pick muscadine grapes for wines, jellies and other delicacies. Adams Vineyard residents have the opportunity to join in the tradition and create memories of their own alongside the other Norcross natives.

Adams Vineyard inhabitants can enjoy spending time learning about their historic new home while also enjoying the modern amenities this superb location has to offer.

With shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities within walking distance, members of this community will never run out of things to do.

Popular restaurants and eateries in the area include 45 South Café, Bleu House, Chase’s Grille and Wingery, The Crossing Steakhouse, Dominick’s, Iron Horse Tavern, Ivey Tea House, Mojitos Cuban Bistro, Pazianos and Zapatas Tacos and Tequila Bar. Locals also love to shop at the boutiques and garden shops painting the streets of downtown Norcross.

For more information on this incredible Peachtree Residential community in Norcross, contact Onsite Agent Dan Rogers at 404-597-9421 or visit the website here.

1 thought on “Fall in Love with Adams Vineyard: The Wine Country of the South”

  1. Love the idea – can’t wait to visit. Tell me more about the wine produced in this vineyard…

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