Atlanta Real Estate Forum congratulates Edward Andrews Homes for winning the 2016 Community of the Year – Attached OBIE Award for its Harlow community. Presented by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council, the OBIE Awards are the premier awards given in the Atlanta new home construction industry.
Harlow is a community that is inspired by historic Charleston, with a fresh, energetic interpretation of the past. The community provides home buyers with five exclusive townhome collections with prices ranging from the mid-$300,000s to the $600,000s. Floor plans range from three to four bedrooms and two to three baths with large family rooms and 2,025 to 3,400 square feet of living space. In addition, there are multiple move-in ready homes available now that will fit every buyer’s needs.
This unique new neighborhood brings a life all its own and creates a new kind of community. Even though this community is located in Atlanta, don’t let the city life fool you. Amenities in this quaint neighborhood include family campouts under the shade trees, sunrise yoga and outdoor movie nights at the pavilion, community farmer’s markets and family-friendly food truck nights. Neighbors here are welcoming and the sidewalks are bustling with activity.
Townhomes have many desirable qualities and the Harlow community is proof. The amenities are not the only unique factor that Harlow brings to the community. The architecture in which this neighborhood is built includes warm brick that seems like it is centuries old, porches that beg for a rocking chair and sidewalks that suggest an evening stroll.
The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s OBIE Awards celebrates its 36th anniversary in 2016. The awards began in 1980 and have grown throughout the years to include more than 100 building, remodeling, marketing and personal achievement categories. The OBIE Awards are named after the obelisk shape of the actual award given. To see all of this year’s OBIE award winners, visit AtlantaRealEstateForum.com/OBIEs. Make sure to like, share and comment on this story.