Maybe they’re not exactly transit-connected. Or an easy stroll from Chamblee’s growing slate of restaurants and retail like pricier, more contemporary options. But a pocket of townhomes by national homebuilder Taylor Morrison is being billed as a cheaper, large-home alternative that’s still in the ITP mix.
As part of the fairly huge Collection at Perimeter Park in Chamblee—a planned 130 standalone houses and townhomes at the edge of ITP’s ecosystem, north of downtown Chamblee—a floorplan called The Laurel is now available, project heads announced today.
The base option starts at $395,000.
All units have 2,414 square feet across three stories, with four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and two-car garages.
Interior highlights include quartz countertops, linear fireplaces in living rooms, homey tray ceilings in master bedrooms, decks, and finished terrace levels for guest suites or offices.
Beyond those walls, the gated community offers a large pool with clubhouse and catering kitchen, a 24-hour fitness center, playground, and walking trails.
Other perks, per Taylor Morrison reps, include entrance for kids into the city’s Huntley Hills Elementary, Chamblee Middle, and Chamblee Charter High schools, along with proximity to Interstate 285 and Perimeter Mall.
In other Chamblee news this week, city leaders approved plans for The Gordon, a community of 56 brick-clad condos with retail at the base near Chamblee MARTA Station.