Diverse Lifestyle Communities in North Atlanta
Lifestyle Communities in North Atlanta
There are many seasons to life, and fortunately, there are many Lifestyle Communities in North Atlanta to accommodate which ever season you happen to be in.
North Atlanta is a trailblazer in the very exciting trend of “Lifestyle Communities”. They are broad, diverse and are carefully conceived and designed to offer something for literally everyone.
Experience the Best of North Atlanta
Swim / Tennis
Today, a whopping 34 percent of Americans are 50 and over, and their numbers are quickly rising, as the baby-boom generation accelerates into their 50’s.
Created to feel more like 5 STAR resorts, the new 55 + communities are not where this Lifestyle Group goes to put their feet up and relax. Why would they? Here’s what one local, recently opened 55 + Lifestyle Neighborhood boasts…
“heated Lagoon-style pools, community gardens and greenhouses, fishing lakes, a tennis facility with a full-time USPTA-certified teaching professional. Two Lifestyle Directors maintain a full social calendar of events including wine socials, movie nights, trips to nearby attractions, and Grandkids day. Residents also host all kinds of events like chili cook-offs, walkabout tours and Broadway-style productions.”
Golf Course Living
- Atlanta National Golf & Country Club
- Country Club of the South
- Echelon Golf Club
- White Columns Country Club
- Windward Golf Course Community
Live, Work, Play
Avalon in Alpharetta, Halycon in Forsyth, Vickory Village in Cumming… this category of lifestyle living is thriving in North Atlanta, proving that the rural areas know how to get their urban feel on. Restaurants, shopping, morning yoga on the community green space, concierge services are all at residents’ fingertips.
We would love to show you the dynamic and exciting LIVE WORK PLAY properties!
School District Priority
There are multiple lifestyle communities where it’s all about the schools. High ranking public schools are a huge draw for some families, ranking higher on preference list than proximity to work.
Flocking to neighborhoods and specific areas that are in high performance school districts is nothing new. It’s still a common practice making parents of school aged children a lifestyle category all its own. Gail and Claire would love to show you the possibilities that reflect highly sought after schools.