The 50.87-acre property is located 4130 and 4150 Beaver Road in Loganville and is situated in an area “known for its equestrian lifestyle, with many beautiful horse farms that create a quiet pastoral setting,” the developer, Parkland Communities said in a news release posted on AtlantaRealEstateForum.com.
Specifically, the planning commission approved Parkland’s request to rezone the two-parcel assemblage from agriculture-residence district and single-family residence district to open-space conservation district, which in this instance will allow development of 2.21 units per acre. The commission also approved a zoning variance to reduce a required 50-foot-wide conservation strip along the western property line to 25 feet.
Home prices are expected to start in the low $400,000s, with homes ranging from 1,800-square-foot ranches to 2,000-square-foot two-story homes. All home sites will be 60 feet wide, and all homes will have two-car garages.
The community includes 12.8 acres of conservation space, including a fishing lake, streams, forested areas and open green space. Other community amenities include a swimming pool, cabana, playground and walking trails.
“We intentionally designed this community to preserve and protect the existing fishing lake, streams, and natural beauty of the property,” Parkland Communities President Jim Jacobi said. “We believe green space is a necessity and promotes a healthy lifestyle and activities among neighbors. Today’s homebuyers want to spend time outdoors; our goal is to make that easy for them.”