New Gainesville Community Provides the Perfect Place to Age in Place
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019
Low-maintenance and convenience have become staples of new-home communities, active-adult or not. Today’s homebuyers are looking for communities that have it all with the intention of living there for the foreseeable future – a home that allows them to essentially age in place.
Tucked away, just minutes from the downtown Gainesville square, homebuyers will find Gates at Limestone Creek offering the perfect lifestyle for empty nesters looking to focus on the next stage of life or growing families and young adults looking to be surrounded by plenty of everyday conveniences that include shopping, dining, lake recreation and more.
“Gainesville offers everything that active empty nesters are seeking from a beautiful lake and great downtown scene with plenty of activities, popular shopping and fantastic restaurants,” SR Homes President and Founder Alex Tetterton said. “As a home builder focused on providing value to our buyers, we designed Gates at Limestone Creek as a low-maintenance community to offer an alternative to those wishing to age in place. In fact, we think this community is a perfect place for all ages.”
Comprised of only 40 ranch and traditional two-story homes, Gates at Limestone Creek is a charming, gated community featuring maintenance-free living from the low $300,000s. Homes feature brick and James Hardie® exteriors, meaning they are low-maintenance and require minimal maintenance over time. Additionally, SR Homes provides lawn maintenance through the neighborhood HOA.
Gates at Limestone Creek serves as the perfect live-work-play environment with convenience to many boutiques, specialty stores, popular local restaurants and entertainment options found at Gainesville’s downtown square. Many healthcare options are nearby as well, including Northeast Georgia Medical Center and several specialty practices. For those wishing to further their education, Brenau University is minutes away. Walk, run, bike or hike at Lake Lanier, Wilshire Trails, Longwood Park, Laurel Bark Park, Big Rock Trail and several other parks in the area.
“First time homeowners and empty nesters both want the same things,” John Hunt, principal with Atlanta-based market research firm MarketNsight, said. “They want walkability, restaurants and great conveniences that fit their lifestyle. Gates at Limestone Creek offers an opportunity for them to have it all!”