Dennis McConnell with Healthy House of Georgia joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast.

President Dennis McConnell with Healthy House of Georgia joins the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast to share an overview of the energy-efficient custom homebuilding company. On the All About Real Estate segment, McConnell sits down with host Carol Morgan to discuss the benefits of living in a conservation community and his latest project, Pendergrast Farm.

Created to help individuals outside the building industry, Healthy House of Georgia recognizes the efforts put into housing that encourage better living. The homebuilding company has worked with many programs, including the EnergyStar Program, Georgia Power’s Good Sense Program, the Energy Watt Count and more! The company was the first in the Southeast to develop the American Lung Association Health House, now known as the EnergyStar IQ Indoor Air Quality Program. Homes constructed by Healthy House of Georgia are designed to provide energy efficiency, high indoor air quality and sustainability.

McConnell said, “We simply build a better house.”

Pendergrast Farm conservation community aerial viewFeaturing 8.7 acres designed around conservation, Pendergrast Farms is the newest project of Healthy House of Georgia. The conservation community (or agrihood) boasts a design that allowed the homebuilding company to successfully save more than 400 mature trees on the site. Situated in downtown Atlanta, Pendergrast Farms offers residents incredible resourceful amenities, including a one-and-a-half-acre organic farm.

McConnell said, “All these things tie together into better use of land, better use of resources and sustainability, both for the real estate and the people.”

When asked what inspired him to build a conservation community, McConnell stated, “Serendipity.” Pendergrast Farms is just one example of making better use of resources and using less land as a footprint for the community.

Pendergrast Farms is listed along with Serenbe in Wikipedia as one of two agrihoods in the area. We’d say they are keeping pretty good company!

Healthy House of Georgia takes pride in working around core principles such as climate-consciousness and multi-generational living. All the homes designed by the company are built with concrete for boosted eco-friendliness and durability, and every interior is thoughtfully crafted for multi-generational living with wide doorways and adaptable floorplans. Understanding the importance of multi-generational households, Healthy House homes are designed for comfortable living for all generations, from Gen Z to Boomers.

McConnell said, “Everyone, as they go through life, can live comfortably in our homes.”

Tune into the full interview above to learn more about Healthy House of Georgia and Pendergrast Farms, or visit

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