New homes in Woodstock from the high $300,000's
Active Adult Living
Enclave at Wylie Bridge is an intimate community of 24 new homes from builder Heatherland Homes. This age targeted community affords active adults the carefree lifestyle they crave. Courtyard-style homes feature rear-entry garages and low-maintenance exteriors giving homeowners the freedom to enjoy area amenities and travel with peace of mind that their home doesn’t need exterior maintenance.
Close to home
Conveniently located about 10 minutes from Woodstock’s vibrant downtown, owners at the Enclave at Wylie Bridge can quickly access more than 30 boutiques, a mix of restaurants and year-round community events near the old train depot. One of the most popular events is the summer concert series, held at the new Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater, a multi-tiered lawn that can accommodate more than 7,500 folks with blankets, chairs and picnic baskets.
Fifteen minutes away is the historic district of Roswell, lined with upscale eateries, one-of-a-kind shops, antique stores and art galleries. Take in a concert at the gazebo on the quaint town square, hike along the waterfall in Old Mill Park or enjoy a dramatic performance staged by the award-winning Georgia Ensemble Theatre troupe, whose home is the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find the area rich in activities, from boating, fishing, kayaking and swimming on the 12,000-acre Lake Allatoona to mountain biking along more than 23 miles of trails at Rope Mill Park. Shoppers won’t be disappointed, either: The Enclave is situated between two of the metro area’s top shopping destinations: Northpoint Mall and Towne Center Mall. It’s also a short drive to the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, the state’s newest premium outlet mall with more than 100 world-class stores.
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Take I-75 North to I-575 North, and take exit 7, Hwy. 92, toward Woodstock. Turn right on Hwy. 92 and follow for about 6 miles, then turn left on Wylie Bridge Road.