Traton Homes Building in Stonehaven at Vinings

Filed in Smyrna Homes, Smyrna Vinings Real Estate by on April 1, 2010

Stonehaven at Vinings homes

Traton Homes recently announced that they have taken over the development at Stonehaven at Vinings and will begin building homes from the $360’s in a community with existing homes priced up to the $700’s! Stonehaven at Vinings is located across the street from Wakefield Estates. Traton Homes took over that development right around Thanksgiving and were able to sell all 33 homes in 10 weeks.

Obviously, Smyrna Vinings home buyers realized the unheard of opportunity to purchase a new home on Atlanta Road in the $300s. And Traton Homes is well known having built Barnes Mill at Covered Bridge in Smyrna, which was the #1 selling community in Cobb County in 2006 and 2007.

Stonehaven at Vinings is an intimate neighborhood of 69 homes located near one of Atlanta’s most desirable communities – Vinings! Vinings is an upscale community in a superb location with great access to the airport, shopping, business centers and interstates. Stonehaven at Vinings is also convenient to other local hot spots, such as the Smyrna Market Village, Ivy Walk, West Village, the new Taylor-Brawner Park and the Cumberland Connector bike trail (which ties into the Silver Comet Trail) is right in front of the neighborhood.

Traton Home is offering a special buyer bonus package to the first five buyers – 17,500 Buyer Bonus Package, which includes $7,500 closing costs bonus PLUS $10,000 FREE Options!*

Contact us is you have any questions on Stonehaven at Vinings or any other Smyrna Vinings neighborhood.

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Aaron Hofmann is the founder of and also a Realtor with Atlanta Communities focused on the Smyrna real estate market and the Vinings real estate market. Aaron is a transplant from the Midwest (amazingly not a native Atlantan) and has lived in the Smyrna Vinings area for over 10 years. Find Aaron Hofmann on Google+

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