Just up the street from Piedmont Park, a community of nine homes by the builder of residential sections at Serenbe, Glenwood Park, and Alpharetta City Center is promising a fresh take on Atlanta infill housing.
Hedgewood Homes expects to finish the first houses at their Rock Spring project by late this fall, located next to historic Rock Spring Presbyterian Church off Piedmont Avenue, according to marketing reps with Brightstar at Compass.
These “right-sized” offerings are big—ranging from 3,000 to 4,000 square feet, plus options for interior expansions—with prices to match. They start north of $1.5 million and climb to $1,835,000.
The site, which curls around the landmark church, is located in the Piedmont Heights neighborhood, bordering Morningside-Lenox Park, Ansley Park, and Interstate 85.
The exterior aesthetic by noted designer Lew Oliver—a New Urbanist whose designs span the metro, from Cumming’s Vickery Village to Serenbe and Pinewood Forest—aims to be timeless yet modern.
Expect cedar-shake roofs, gardens maintained by a designated gardener, and space for parking three vehicles.
Floorplans for the above house, as an example, are shown below. With the optional garage suite finished, the square footage would climb to 3,648.