You have two unique opportunities to build your new construction home in Central Georgia starting from the $200s! For commuters and anyone looking for an easy pace of life, Central Georgia offers plenty of opportunities for both work and relaxation. That’s exactly the kind of lifestyle our builder partners at My Home Communities are creating for their customers – and just the kind of life you can create for your family in our two featured neighborhoods today: Old Stone Crossing in Warner Robins, and Vineyard Park in Griffin. One is nearby quietly thriving Macon, and the other is comfortably nestled among all the charming small towns just south of Atlanta. Let’s discover exactly what you can have when you build a new home starting from the $200s in these two neighborhoods!
Also, the model homes in these neighborhoods are expected to open near the end of December – reach out to an agent in Old Stone Crossing or Vineyard Park to learn more today.
Old Stone Crossing brings you quiet, family-friendly living right between two exciting Middle Georgia cities. Warner Robins is known as one of the best places to live in Georgia, according to Niche, and offers a classic suburban lifestyle, with plenty of parks, restaurants, and local shops to explore with family. If you find your home in Old Stone Crossing, you’ll be just moments away from I-75, the extremely convenient north/south interstate that can take you up to Atlanta and far beyond. However, everything you could need is also right near home in Macon! Experience museums, stellar restaurants, and even send your scholars to Mercer University – it’s all less than 20 minutes from home.
And, for new construction homes starting from the $200s in Warner Robins or Macon, this Middle Georgia neighborhood offers value that’s heads above any expectations! A drive through the community will be enough to see for yourself. Premium siding materials, carriage-style garage doors, and thoughtful design touches make every home here look unique, yet harmonious. Classic two-story layouts, master-on-main floor plans, and 3-4 bedroom designs are available, and the standard material options include granite countertops, tile tub surrounds, and much more. Our agents can answer any questions you might have about the neighborhood, reach out to learn more today.
Griffin, Georgia offers an amazing balance – it’s minutes from shopping destinations, nestled comfortably close to major highways and I-75, and yet its small-town character is as strong as ever. In town, local events dominate the calendar and shopping includes small businesses like boutiques, art studios, and interesting restaurants. More than a decade of improvements have gone into their charming historic main street, (Hill Street) and it’s a thriving, walkable center for all the activities you might want to enjoy in town.
However, you and your family aren’t far from exceptionally modern suburban living either. Fayetteville, Senoia, and Peachtree City are nearby enough for endless fun day trips and shopping. Up I-75, McDonough also features incredible shopping – and Locust Grove is even closer with a huge Tanger Outlets. I-75 will also carry you into Atlanta. It’s a bit of a clip, but commuters travel from here to work at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and other Atlanta businesses daily – as well as all the other industrial opportunities along this nearby corridor of I-75.
The real joy you’ll find here, though, is right at home. Vineyard Park features one- and two-story 4-bedroom homes starting from the $200s. You can find the ideal layout for your family and your future here – whether you want the privacy a two-story home offers for upstairs bedrooms, or all the convenience of single-level ranch living. In these homes you may find walk-in pantries, mudrooms with benches, and farmhouse style details – your ideal home may be waiting for you in Central Georgia right now from the $200s! Reach out to an agent to explore this community in Griffin, you’ll discover that it’s an incredible value for your family’s future.
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