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How a brick-built townhome community is turning out where Midtown meets Buckhead

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Priced from the $700Ks, 28th at Brookwood has sprouted in “one of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods”

A row of white townhomes made of brick.
Townhome facades of white-painted brick in the 1800 block of Huntington Hills Lane, with the model unit in question at center.
Engel and Volkers Buckhead Atlanta

When last we checked on 28th at Brookwood, the community’s 23 residences were expected to be delivered in late 2018, with prices beginning in the mid-$700,000s and the potential to fulfill a shortage of options in the luxury market, as officials put it two years ago.

At least some of that is proving to be true.

Entry prices are now actually cheaper than predicted—not to suggest the low-$700,000s are couch change—here in the Brookwood/Ardmore district.

Totaling 18 townhomes and five freestanding, detached residences in a similar style, the project is tucked off Peachtree Road near the restaurant row that includes R. Thomas’ and Uncle Julio’s, near the point where Midtown and Buckhead meet.

All options are four stories with four sides of brick, spanning between 2,680 and 3,081 square feet, in a location described as “one of Atlanta’s most desirable neighborhoods.”

A graphic of townhomes shown from above.
The breakdown of available homes. Some units in gray are available via Monte Hewett Homes.
Rockhaven Homes

A sales push is underway, with the largest four-bedroom floorplan listing this week with Engel and Volkers Buckhead Atlanta for $819,900, plus $340 monthly HOA fees.

(Other smaller, four-bedroom options are available for $729,000 and $779,000, as posted today).

The Oxford floorplan includes an elevator, fenced backyard and patio, and two terraces bookending the rooftop spaces.

Listings note the community’s proximity to shops and eateries along Peachtree, plus walkability to Tanyard Creek Park and, by extension, the Beltline’s Northside Trail.

The WalkScore (a somewhat befuddling 47) and Bike Score (30) suggest that not all urban-dwelling errands can be easily accomplished by foot or pedal power, however.

The first flank of the community has been selling since late 2018 between the mid-$700,000s and mid-$800,000s, records show. The model below lends an idea of what’s being offered now.

A white-walled living room area with a ceiling fan.
The model unit’s second-floor living room.
A white kitchen with white cabinets.
The kitchen leads back to a sitting room, which connects to a deck at this level.
A white room with an elevator and round table.
The included elevator at this price point.
A large white master bedroom.
Master bedroom.
A white bathroom with a long countertop and shower.
The master bathroom’s bright-white palette.
A rooftop patio with buildings all around it.
One of two rooftop patios, this one with Peachtree views.
A backyard with a black metal fence.
An example of fenced backyards in this flank, with woods behind it.
A rendering of white townhomes with roof decks.
In an earlier rendering, an overview of facades and rooftop arrangements.
Rockhaven Homes