We’re excited to announce that our Sweet Apple model home will be available to tour during the 2019 Atlanta Parade of Homes! Located off Ebenezer Road in Milton, this stunning home will be open for tour during the Parade, April 27–28, May 4–5 and May 11–12.
Sweet Apple is an exciting new community offering timeless farmhouse-inspired family homes with acres of green and trails. Offering remarkable new homes priced from the $800s to $1Million+, residents at Sweet Apple have access to amazing amenities just steps from the front door. Amenities found within this tranquil community include expanses of preserved trees, native plants, miles of wooded walking trails, a sparkling lake to fish, and a crackling fire pit. Located in Milton, Sweet Apple is central to great shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, as well as life’s everyday conveniences. Homeowners are just a short drive from Crabapple and in addition, enjoy spending time at nearby Georgia Golf Center.
The Parade of Homes is your chance to get an inside look at what makes our floor plans unique and special. Be sure to stop by our beautiful model home at Sweet Apple during the Parade.The Sweet Apple model home is open daily 10a.m.–6p.m. during the Parade. Learn more about our home plans and available communities throughout metro Atlanta by visiting our website or contact our sales agent, Adjani Thompson by calling 678-412-0487. The Parade of Homes highlights new homes for sale, fully decorated model homes and communities where homebuilding opportunities exist across the Atlanta region. Organized by the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association, this free event encompasses more than 40 homes across the region, including communities in Cobb, Cherokee, DeKalb, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett and Henry counties. For more information on the Parade of Homes, visit www.ATLHomesParade.com.
12565 Sibley Lane, Milton, GA 30062
Sweet Apple, Homesite #18
This timeless yet modern farmhouse architecture welcomes you to Sweet Apple. You can get a firsthand look at the solar panel arrays that are standard on every home as well as the available Tesla Powerwall system.