Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Atlanta Home Builder Wins Gold For Watermill

metro Atlanta homes
Atlanta home builder Smith Douglas Communities is delighted to announce that they won a Gold OBIE in the single-family builder detached (builds 50+ homes/year) $199,999 and under category for their Chestnut plan at Watermill.

The Chestnut is a gorgeous floor plan featuring an open layout with up to six bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as well-appointed designs and detailing throughout. A dramatic, dual return staircase leads to the home's foyer and main living area. The main living area includes a spacious kitchen with large island and breakfast nook, a family room and dining room. The first floor also offers a bedroom suite convenient for overnight guests. Upstairs, you'll find large secondary bedrooms and a massive masters' retreat with his and hers closets and a spa bathroom. Buyers love this plan due to its versatile layout!

Watermill is a community of Gwinnett County homes for sale located in Buford. This community of Atlanta homes priced under 200k is ideal for first time buyers, young families or empty nesters. Homes come in both ranch and two-story plans with four to six bedrooms, master on the main options, gourmet kitchens and much more. The community itself is convenient to I-85, the Mall of Georgia, Hamilton Mill, downtown Buford and Chateau Elan. These homes are also near top Atlanta schools including Mill Creek High.

Due to the Chestnut's popularity, Smith Douglas Communities is now also offering this metro Atlanta home plan at Cherokee Reserve, Station at Prominence, Ansley at Pilgrim Mill, Alexandria Place, Ballentine Pointe and Poplar Farms.

The OBIE Awards are the Atlanta housing industry's most prestigious awards presented annually by the Atlanta Sales and Marketing Council of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. This year marked the awards' 33rd anniversary.

To learn more about Smith Douglas Communities' metro Atlanta homes, including the award-winning Chestnut plan, visit their website at

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