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On Beltline in Ormewood Park, a 24-home ‘Farmhouse’ community is planned

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Residential venture marketed as “possibly the last single family home community on the Beltline®”

2016 satellite imagery of Ormewood Park, with the Beltline outlined at left.
2016 satellite imagery of Ormewood Park, with the Beltline outlined at left.
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Ormewood Park was a vanguard in Atlanta’s “modern farmhouse” trend, and now this eastside neighborhood is set for an entire community of rustic-meets-contemporary homes along the Beltline’s future Southside Trail.

Marketing efforts are ramping up for “The Farmhouses at Ormewood,” which is described as “A Crafty Community on the Beltline®” now seeking lot reservations and such.

According to this website, this logo design was chosen from 148 freelance entries.
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The project’s website says the Farmhouses will offer a total of 24 residences — three moderns and 21 farmhouse-style properties — with the first sites expected to be complete this summer. It stresses the location’s direct access to the Beltline® but doesn’t say exactly where it is.

According to a tipster, signage in the neighborhood says homes will start in the $600,000s. We’re told the location is Delmar Court off Ormewood Terrace.

In addition to calling the Farmhouses an “Equal Housing Opportunity,” marketers boldly describe the venture as “possibly the last single family home community on the Beltline®” — always with that registered trademark symbol.

The project would join a proposal for some 200 Beltline apartments a little father north in Ormewood Park that came to light last month. That site is also adjacent to the planned Southside Trail and across the street from Snap Fitness at Glenwood Park.