Midwick by EA Homes Brings a Natural Connection to Alpharetta

Edward Andrews Homes has officially opened Midwick on Thompson Street in Alpharetta, Georgia. Inspired by its natural surroundings, the residential community features historically inspired homes and townhomes priced from the high $500,000s.

Midwick, nestled in a lush tree canopy between historic downtown Alpharetta and high-end, mixed-use center Avalon, is a natural escape for buyers looking to experience both the outdoors and a well-designed new home with pedestrian access to the five-mile Alpha Loop trail and a brand new one-and-a-quarter-acre city park and pond adjacent to the property.

“Alpharetta is both known as the bustling ‘Technology City of the South’ and a relaxed destination with access to nature and the opportunity to wind down,” said Caroline Simmel, senior vice president of marketing at EA Homes. “Midwick seamlessly fits into this fabric, offering both single-family and townhome options inspired by the classically Southern architecture of Charleston with unbeatable green space and connectivity thanks to the Alpha Loop, which is just outside Midwick’s back door.”

Featuring both single-family and townhome options allows buyers to make the right choice for their family and lifestyle, whether they’re seeking multi-level living or looking to right-size into a new stage. Midwick is tucked away on Thompson Street, but allows neighbors to conveniently walk or bike to downtown Alpharetta, Avalon and other urbane destinations without getting in their car.

The 40 homes at Midwick are inspired by the refined architecture of Charleston and New Orleans, with expansive porches, lantern lighting, window boxes and other traditionally Southern design touches. A shared outdoor community space at the heart of the community, dubbed “The Greenway,” will also be in tune with nature, featuring green art installations and neighborhood events like garden parties and planting tutorials.

For more information, visit EAHomes.com/Midwick and to schedule an onsite visit, call 678-582-1150.