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Edward Andrews Homes is known for building beautiful homes that allow you to live in comfortable luxury, and you can make that a reality by purchasing one of EA Homes’ quick move-in homes available for sale in a number of communities throughout metro Atlanta.
The Denton on Homesite 26 at The Enclave at the Manor Golf & Country Club
The Denton is available on homesite 26 at The Enclave at the Manor Golf & Country Club, a beautiful community in Milton. Priced at $974,900, this 4,395-square-foot home is on more than one-and-a-half acres of land with a private, wooded view.
This two-story home features an open layout on the main level. The large family room has a cozy fireplace, perfect for everyday living and relaxing. The elegant dining room is accessible from the intricate two-story foyer that will serve as a memorable welcoming piece for any guest. With a spacious kitchen island, large walk-in pantry, and upgraded stainless-steel appliances, cooking meals in this home will be great for gourmet chefs and amateur cooks alike. Conveniently located on the main floor, the owner’s suite showcases a beautiful spa-like bathroom with walk-in closets and a separate powder room. Also included in the suite, enjoy access to the sophisticated, enclosed back porch. Completing the first floor is a breakfast room adjacent to the kitchen, an easily accessible laundry room and mud room, a two-car garage, and a vaulted study or spare guest bedroom.
The second level houses three large bedrooms with walk-in closets and two spacious bathrooms. The central area of this floor is the expansive media room, perfect for hosting friends or enjoying a family movie or game night. With all the space the second floor provides, your family will be able to enjoy privacy in their own individual areas.
For more information on The Denton on homesite 26 in The Enclave, call our New Home Specialists at 678-210-6816.
The Telfaire on Homesite 21 at Edenton
This beautiful 2,900-square-foot Telfaire floorplan is available at Edenton, an age-targeted 55+ community located in the heart of East Cobb. Priced at $582,900, this sunny end unit features a stone, shake and board-and-batten exterior with a covered front porch. The stepless entry welcomes you to the main floor, which offers an open concept living area between the gourmet island kitchen, spacious family room and elegant dining room. Also on the main level is the conveniently-located owner’s suite with a double vanity bathroom and large walk-in closet featuring access to the laundry room. Finishing off the first floor is a study and quaint rear courtyard.
The second-floor rec room and loft space is ideal for family entertaining and extra storage. In addition, it also includes a tech or homework station ideal for visiting friends and family. The second bedroom and bathroom are perfect for anyone seeking privacy or visiting guests. This customizable floor plan also has the option to add in a third bedroom.
For more information on The Telfaire on Homesite 21 at Edenton, contact our New Home Specialists by calling 678-792-0280.
The Alder on Homesite 22 at Bixton
Priced at $489,160 and located at Bixton in the highly desirable Kirkwood neighborhood, The Alder is available for immediate move-in. This 2,412 square foot home includes three bedrooms and three-and-a-half-bathrooms and features 100% HardiePlank® and board-and-batten siding. Overlooking Memorial Avenue in Atlanta, this three-story home has a convenient and beautiful layout. The first floor features a foyer adjacent to a secluded study, perfect for working in privacy. The two-car garage offers access to the mud room, which is attached to a full bathroom.
The second floor has an open layout consisting of the cozy dining room, spacious living room and island kitchen with a walk-in pantry and extended cabinets. This main living floor also includes a convenient powder room and access to both a front and back deck.
Finishing off this house is the third floor which features the owner’s suite with impressive design details, a large walk-in closet, double vanity sinks and a luxurious, oversized shower. Also on this floor, you’ll find added living space in the second and third bedrooms.
For more information on The Alder or on Homesite 22 at Bixton, or other EA Homes quick move-in homes available, call the community New Home Specialists at 678-798-8274.
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An Atlanta native, Rebecca has witnessed the city’s great transformation from a small-town feel to what has become a bustling international city. Her intimate knowledge of this region, combined with her experiences as a life-long resident of Atlanta, give Rebecca an enthusiasm and a desire to make her home your home.
After graduating from The Lovett School and earning a degree in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Rebecca worked in the education field as a middle school teacher and in the financial world as a stock broker with Charles Schwab. Because of the changes in the Atlanta area, she shifted careers, became a REALTOR® in 2007 and has become a Top Producer with the Atlanta REALTORS® Association in the Atlanta real estate market.
Rebecca has continued to leverage her knowhow and experience to exceed her client’s expectations. She has built a solid foundation of clients in the Intown, Buckhead, Sandy Springs and Dunwoody communities through her professionalism, attention to detail and commitment to always put her client’s needs first. She prides herself on providing clients with a realistic outlook on what they can expect to achieve in today’s market, through precise and up-to-date feedback on the state of the market, market trends, comparable sales and property values.
A firm believer in giving back, Rebecca is an active and connected community volunteer with the Heards Ferry Elementary PTA and Temple Sinai, where she has been a member since childhood. In her free time, Rebecca is an avid outdoor enthusiast – everything from gardening to hiking. Traveling is another passion, and she thrives on learning about other cultures and countries. A lover of all things Atlanta, Rebecca lives with her husband, Federico, and their two children in her childhood home.
The moratorium precedes the introduction of legislation that could address problems
Atlanta’s e-scooter craze has come to a boil so severe that some local leaders have teased the idea of banning the dockless devices, at least until controlling measures can be devised.
Now, in the wake of two e-scooter-related fatalities this summer, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has enacted a moratorium on the issuing of permits to companies that operate the rentable vehicles.
Bottoms’s executive order won’t impact the companies holding valid permits, but it will cap the amount of e-scooters and bikes available citywide at just under 12,000.
The mayor’s move also precedes legislation that’s being marketed as an answer to “the longterm impacts these devices levy against the city’s infrastructure and public safety, and the compounded strain placed on the city’s public safety officials and first responders,” according to a city-issued press release.
That legislation is expected to be unveiled during the August 5 Atlanta City Council meeting.
E-scooters popped up overnight in May 2018, with mobility company Bird being the first in the local market.
“Across the nation, municipalities are dealing with the sudden and unforeseen impact these devices have had on our communities,” Bottoms said in the release. “While some municipalities have banned the devices altogether, the City of Atlanta acted in good faith to work with the private sector to explore innovative solutions to ease existing commuting strains.”
Since Bird’s debut, e-scooters have become ubiquitous, and some users have abused the easily accessible transit options.
Atlanta Council President Felicia Moore believes some companies have been disregarding the 2,000-device maximum they’re allowed to distribute, although she told Curbed Atlanta that’s just a hunch based on the clutter of e-scooters she’s seen in town.
Moore also acknowledged that the problem isn’t necessarily the prevalence of e-scooters, but the way certain people are using them; the two-wheelers are frequently found littered on sidewalks, saddled with more than one rider, and, on at least one occasion, whirring down the interstate.
Advocates for alternative modes of transportation blame the city’s car-centric design for much of the constant misuse, insisting the deaths of Eric Amis, Jr. and William Alexander—both killed by automobiles while riding e-scooters—could have been prevented if more streets were outfitted with Lite Individual Transportation (LIT) lanes.