CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., January 24, 2023: Atlantic Builders, an award-winning regional homebuilder, is pleased to announce that its two new townhome collections in Southwood, a community in Charlottesville, Virginia, are now open for pre-sales.
The Kenridge model offers 2,154 square feet and includes three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a two-car rear garage. The main level features a large great room, and a rear kitchen with ample cabinet space and a large island adjacent to the dining room. The upper level provides a spacious owner’s suite with a walk-in closet and luxury bath. On the lower level, homeowners can enjoy an open recreation room and space for an additional bath.
The Ashton provides 1,917 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a two-car garage. The three-story townhome features a central kitchen with a large island that provides a spacious open living plan. Homeowners can also enjoy a deluxe owner’s suite equipped with a large walk-in closet, tray ceiling and master bath with dual vanities and a large shower. The lower level provides space for an office or fourth bedroom. Both designs feature main-level maximized living with an open floorplan and indoor/outdoor living space. Pricing for to-be-built homes start at $399,900 and quick move-in homes start at $423,000.
“We’re thrilled to be entering into the Charlottesville market with our partnership with Habitat for Humanity at their new community, Southwood,” said Tom Schoedel, president of Atlantic Builders. “Atlantic has been building homes in Waynesboro and Augusta County for the past few years and we are so excited to expand our footprint in the region and invest in the Albemarle community.”
Located in the heart of Charlottesville at 3133 Horizon Drive, the community is minutes from the downtown mall, I-64, the University of Virginia and the 5th Street Station Shopping and entertainment district. Southwood will offer a range of housing types attainable to a broad economic spectrum and will feature an array of amenities including parks, community centers and commercial resources within an architecturally diverse and sustainable neighborhood.
The innovative new community is under development by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville. Habitat has been working with the current Southwood Mobile Home Park residents to design a community that will facilitate a holistic transformation of the neighborhood and improve the quality of life for residents.
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