FrontDoor Adds CopperLeaf Community in Cobb County
- Dec 20, 2013
FrontDoor Communities further expands its presence in Georgia by building a new neighborhood in Cobb County. The new 24-unit community will be called CopperLeaf and will feature five floor plans, from 2,800 to 4,000 square feet.
The company focuses on urban and suburban infill, community development and homebuilding. Launched by experienced veterans with over 25 years of experience in the home building industry, FrontDoor has already delivered two communities in Georgia, two in Florida and three in South Carolina.
CopperLeaf will be built in West Cobb County, close to Stilesboro Road’s intersection with Barrett Parkway, at a location that offers convenient access to shopping, recreational destinations and schools alike. Hayes Elementary School, Pine Mountain Middle School and the top-rated Kennesaw Mountain High School are all in close proximity. Eric White, the company’s division vice president said, FrontDoor recognized that proximity to schools is among the priorities when it comes to young families.
“The proximity to and quality of schools nearby only adds to the value of the homes and enriches the community as a whole,” he says.
All homes will offer three-car garages with side entries, basements and spacious plots of at least 20,000 square feet, all consistent with FrontDoor’s signature architectural style.
“Our priority at FrontDoor communities is to build better homes through quality design, and we are very excited to be in a position to bring the FrontDoor lifestyle to another area in Georgia,” White added.
With construction starting in early 2014 and delivery expected by late summer, prices for the homes will start in the low $400,000s.