Stonehaven Villas

4927 Ansbury Place, Acworth, Georgia 30101


 

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Cozy Condo Community of Stonehaven Villas Attracts Retirees in Search of Elegant, Low Maintenance Homes 

Stonehaven Villas is an elegant, 55+ condominium development in Acworth, Georgia (population 19,000).  This community was built primarily in 2007 and 2008 and with only 44 units, it has a certain coziness that is lacking in larger retirement developments, and there are only a few residences for sale at any one time.  Homes are single-story with brick and stone exteriors, lending a touch of Old World charm, and there are only four units in each building.    Residences are well designed and not on top of each other so even though this is a condo development, homeowners enjoy privacy from their neighbors.

 

 

There are two floor plans here, one with two bedrooms and two baths and one with three bedrooms and two baths   Standard features include vaulted great room ceilings, hardwood floors, generous trim work, decorative box columns, trey ceilings and recessed lighting.  Residences are pre-wired for a security system, and each one has a 2-car attached garage.  They also have the highest sound proof rating available and offer a 2 hour firewall protection.  A patio with a privacy fence helps create privacy between neighbors, and curbside mailboxes, rather than a community box with dozens of mail slots, is a nice touch.   The HOA fee covers water and sewer, trash removal, common area maintenance, lawn care and insurance. 

 

This community does not have much in the way of amenities, which is why the HOA fee is on the low side.  In fact, it does not have any amenities, but it is close to two popular lakes, Lake Acworth and Lake Allatoona, and Cobblestone Golf Course, which was recently rated the number one public course in Georgia by Golf Digest, is close at hand.   Acworth also boasts two semi-private courses, one at Brookstone Country Club and one at Bentwater Country Club.    Visit www.atlantacondoadvisor.com/stonehavenvillas for more information.

And while Acworth, founded in 1860 and forty-five minutes northwest of Atlanta, continues to grow, it retains the ambiance of small town life, complete with late 1800's and early 1900's downtown architecture. Designated as a Georgia Main Street City, Acworth is also part of the Main Street America program.

 

 

This region receives 4 to 5 inches of precipitation per month and has an average relative humidity of 72%.  Night time July temperatures dip into the high 60s and low 70s, and daytime highs can reach the 90s.  Winters are mild with night time lows in the 30s and daytime temperatures in the 50s and 60s.


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