A ribbon cutting was recently held at Richport Properties‘ Brookline community in Newton County. The company is pleased to introduce a new concept in residential construction to the area, designed to make new homes more user-friendly and accessible. The EasyLiving Home offers standard accessible features such as a step-free entrance, a main-floor bedroom, at least one accessible bathroom with adequate maneuvering space, as well as wider doorways and hallways. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony held Nov. 1, Covington Mayor Sam Ramsey, Newton County Chairman Aaron Varner and representatives of the Covington-Newton Chamber of Commerce and the Newton County Home Builders Association joined Richport representatives and Bonnie Bonham, Director of EasyLiving Home, to celebrate the continued expansion of the EasyLiving Home program and the Grand Opening of Brookline. The single-family home community will offer 94 alley and golf frontage homes upon completion priced from the $170,000s. All homes offer an array of fabulous interior features such as solid surface countertops, master on main plans, wide doorways and three to four bedroom floor plans. Amenities include Covington Family YMCA memberships, landscaped parks and sidewalks throughout. For more information about Brookline, call the on-site agent at 770-385-7033 or visit www.richport.com.