Three of the nine luxury homes, featuring full basements, are currently under construction with closing dates between January and April. Spacious home designs offer a variety of options with four to five bedrooms, including owner’s suites on the main level, and up to 3,900 square feet of well-designed living space. Elegant interiors of each home include 10+ foot ceilings on the main level, site finished hardwood floors, eight foot solid doors on the main level, and a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, double ovens, stainless steel appliances and upgrade cabinetry. Homeowners can also enjoy the beautiful Georgia weather from the comfort of their covered porches or patios.
Located in desirable Alpharetta, residents of Bethany Commons enjoy easy access to the area’s popular shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. Recreational opportunities are available at the nearby Big Creek Greenway Trail, featuring approximately eight miles of concrete trails and a soft mulch trail perfect for biking, running and walking.
Children at Bethany Commons attend Crabapple Crossing Elementary, Northwestern Middle and Milton High schools.
To visit Bethany Commons, travel north on Georgia 400 to Exit 9 and turn left onto Haynes Bridge Road. Turn left onto Academy Street which will eventually turn into Mid Broadwell. Bethany Commons is approximately 2.5 miles on the right.
Interested buyers need to act fast to call Bethany Commons home. For more information on this fantastic community, call 770-900-9272.
The Providence Group of Georgia LLC was recently ranked as the 8th largest builder in Atlanta by the Atlanta Business Chronicle in August 2012. The building company is run by Atlanta native, Warren Jolly, who along with his dad Pete Jolly, bring a combined 65 years of development, home building and marketing experience to The Providence Group. They have built and developed in prime locations throughout metro Atlanta with unique trademarks such as livable and unique floor plans and stunning exterior designs. The Jolly’s have built more than 100 communities and closed more than 2,500 homes in Atlanta. For more information about The Providence Group, visit http://www.theprovidencegroup.com.