new homes in Tucker at The Woods of Midvale

Only six homes remain at The Woods of Midvale, a community of beautifully wooded lots and wonderfully diverse homes in Tucker. Built by Paran Homes, The Woods of Midvale offers a variety of floor plans with a distinct array of traditional, cottage and European-inspired elevations. This enclave of just 20 homes is down to its final opportunities, which are now selling from the low $500,000s. And, for a limited time, you can receive $5,000 toward closing costs when you finance your new home using a Paran Homes preferred lender!

The estate-sized homes in this DeKalb County community offer up to five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms throughout 3,100 to more than 3,880 square feet of living space. You’ll find desirable master-on-the-main layouts, three-car garages, gourmet kitchens, open-concept floor plans, and those many signature luxury touches for which Paran Homes is so well-known. In addition, each home is built with Paran’s commitment to quality and energy-efficient construction, as well as a 30-year architectural roof.

This popular community, which has sold in record time, is convenient to everything that the city has to offer. I-285, LaVista Road and Northlake Parkway are all located nearby, and there are an abundance of dining, shopping and entertainment destinations in and around the Northlake Mall area. There are also multiple parks nearby, including Henderson Park with its lake, tennis courts, soccer fields, playground, community garden, and network of walking trails. Kelly C. Cofer Park, complete with softball fields, a swimming pool, playground, picnic area, lakes and trails is also nearby, as is Lucky Shoals Park, part of the Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation Department. And for even more fun, Atlanta’s famous Stone Mountain Park and all of its entertainment is just minutes from home!

For more information on the final opportunities and incentive available now at The Woods of Midvale in Tucker, contact Paran Homes today by calling 404-220-8088 or visit