Cresswind Peachtree City takes home another award

by Timothy Inklebarger

Kolter Homes is celebrating the success of its award-winning master-planned community Cresswind Peachtree City, which was recently earned a silver award in the 55+ National Association of Home Builders Housing Awards in the “Lifestyles Program” category.

The homebuilder closed 147 homes in 2019 in the community located about 25 minutes south of downtown Atlanta, according to a Kolter Homes press release.

Though the resort-style, age-restricted community features a variety of amenities — including a clubhouse; fitness center; pickleball and tennis courts; and trails — Kolter Homes Senior Vice President of Georgia Tony Adams noted the location provides a great draw.

“I attribute our success at Cresswind Peachtree City to its amazing location,” he said in a press release. “There are a lot of locals who have known about Peachtree City for years, but now lots of people from outside the area are discovering it. Peachtree City offers a unique lifestyle with over 100 miles of golf cart paths.”

The homes at Cresswind Peachtree City are built in a ranch style and run between $290,990 and around $600,000.

In addition to the NAHB nod, the community was named one of the “Top 50 Master-Planned Communities in the U.S.” by Where to Retire magazine. The Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association named Cresswind “Active Adult Community of the Year” in 2018, and MarketNsight President John Hunt identified the community as the best-selling active adult community in the Atlanta metro area in 2018.