Let’s say you’re part of an eager young couple looking to buy a new townhome around Atlanta, of many options available right now, with an absolute max budget of $450,000 and a requirement for no less than three bedrooms.
Nothing in Reynoldstown suits that criteria right now. Kirkwood? Nope. Grant Park? A couple of options, but from 2005. Castleberry Hill—almost, but nada. Old Fourth Ward? Yeah right.
But what about Smyrna?
That’s the question homebuilders The Providence Group hope buyers are asking themselves as townhome construction enters the homestretch at a (barely) OTP community called Pruitt Walk.
Located just outside Atlanta’s western Perimeter, the 23-home project is beginning to come together off Spring Road, roughly two miles from The Battery and SunTrust Park—or seven minutes by car, sans traffic. Midtown is about 11 miles away, via highways and Interstate 75.
But still, is semidetached living worth north of $400,000 in the inner-’burbs?
The three-story Pruitt Walk products, which launched sales this week, are described as “luxury” options in a low-maintenance setting with a “sought-after, walkable locale.”
Square footages aren’t shoeboxes, ranging from 1,995 to just shy of 2,400 square feet, with three or four bedrooms. Elevators are optional. A communal green space is planned.
Exteriors are called refreshing and modern in style, with interior layouts described as generously spacious.
Options listed now range from $414,900 to $434,900. All have three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, two-car garages, and 2,005 square feet.
According to project reps, move-ins are expected this coming spring. A preview of what’s to come is below.