Buyers of active adult homes built by Jim Chapman Communities gain more than a new home after closing. They also gain a community.
According to a recent article on the Money blog of U.S. News & World Report, community adds meaning and joy to everyday life. “Interacting with others keeps us engaged and involved,” wrote author Dave Bernard. “Sharing our human situation can help us better understand ourselves and create meaningful relationships. A community offers an ideal place to discover and interact with other, particularly as we age.”
Residents of Brookhaven at Sugarloaf in Duluth, Brookhaven of East Cobb in Kennesaw and Brookhaven at Lanier Ridge in Cumming can do just that.
“Our communities offer award-winning amenities where residents can come together to socialize and have fun,” explained Kelly Dempsey, vice president of sales and marketing at Jim Chapman Communities. “Our residents have established friendships with one another. They have common interests and are involved with activities inside and outside of our communities. Unlike many other communities, our residents just don’t wave as they pass buy their neighbors’ homes on walks, they invite their neighbors along.”
Priced from the $250,000s, each community is fully gated and offers access to architecturally designed and award-winning clubhouses with pools, outdoor fireplaces, exercise rooms and catering kitchens.
In addition to these extraordinary amenities, communities feature homes with all brick and stone construction, inviting front porches, roomy two and three bedroom floor plans, optional screened porches, bonus rooms with full baths, vaulted ceilings and oversized master suites.
Gain a community today. Visit www.JimChapmanCommunities.com for more information.