The latest home offerings taking shape at Serenbe are both throwback and forward-thinking, offering the chance to “Live Well In 900 Square Feet” at what’s being marketed as an attainable price point.
Modeled after the classic Southern vernacular for space-conscious living—the shotgun home—a row of six “modern shotguns” is rising in Serenbe’s new mixed-use Mado section, where plans call for offices, restaurants, apartments, and a destination hotel and spa.
All six modern shotguns are listed at $359,000, with three different two-bedroom floorplans. That’s $20,000 more than prices announced in December.
As would be expected at this agra-topian community in southern Fulton County, 30 miles from downtown Atlanta, the shotguns will be Geothermal and EarthCraft certified, with sustainable features and an energy-efficient layout, project leaders say.
Open floorplans include a bedroom on the first floor, another on the upper level, and 400-square-foot side yards.
Here’s a look at what to expect:
- Modern Shotgun Homes [site]
- First look: Serenbe’s $250M mixed-use hamlet, Mado [Curbed Atlanta]