Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Redistricting Places Several Bowen Family Homes Communities in New School Districts for Fall 2009

When looking for a new home in Atlanta, an important aspect of the home buying process is school districts. Whether the purchaser has children or not, a community’s school district says a lot about the neighborhood’s surrounding area. Bowen Family Homes’ communities are located in the best school districts in Georgia and as a result of redistricting and the addition of new schools, children at a few of Bowen Family Homes’ Atlanta communities will attend new school districts come fall 2009.

Located in Gwinnett County, Kensington Creek Manor and Willoughby Cove offer home buyers affordable single-family homes. With spacious home designs to choose from, homes at these communities provide the ideal space for everyday life and entertaining. This fall children at both communities will attend the brand new Twin Rivers Middle and Mountain View High schools. Elementary-age children at Kensington Creek Manor will attend Dyer Elementary while children at Willoughby Cove will attend Freeman’s Mill Elementary.

Located in Forsyth County, Stonehaven Pointe and Stonehaven Terrace offer beautiful townhomes and single-family homes. In addition to spacious homes, the communities’ amenity package gives children the opportunity to fully enjoy their summer break with six lighted tennis courts, a Junior Olympic-size pool, multi-purpose athletic field, playground, clubhouse and more. When school starts again, children at Stonehaven Pointe and Stonehaven Terrace will attend a new school district which includes the new Whitlow Elementary school and existing Otwell Middle and Central Forsyth High schools.

Also located in Gwinnett County, McGinnis Reserve is a beautiful single-family home community that is ideal for Atlanta new home buyers. Residents of all ages enjoy an active lifestyle with an outdoor amenity package that includes a 20-acre lake, walking trails, pool and tennis courts as well as easy access to the Suwanee Greenway Trail System. Come August children at McGinnis Reserve will attend Level Creek Elementary, the new North Gwinnett Middle and North Gwinnett High schools.

Avington Glen features ranch-style and two-story single-family homes perfect for the Atlanta family looking to live in sought-after Gwinnett County. The great location along with an amazing amenity package makes Avington Glen the perfect community for those looking to live an active lifestyle. Next school year children at Avington Glen will attend brand new Lovin Elementary and Archer High schools as well as McConnell Middle.

For more information on any of these communities as well as the rest of Bowen Family Homes’ Atlanta communities, visit www.bowenfamilyhomes.com.

Since 1969 the Bowen name has stood for excellence in new home construction and community development. Recognized as the 39th largest privately owned builder in the country by Builder Magazine for 2008, Bowen Family Homes is a dynamic homebuilder with operations in Georgia, Florida and Texas. The Atlanta Business Chronicle ranked Bowen Family Homes 5th among metro Atlanta builders in 2007 and 40th among Atlanta’s Top 100 Private Companies for 2007. Additionally, Bowen Family Homes was named the Georgia Family Business of the Year for medium sized companies by Georgia Trend and the Cox Family Enterprise Center at Kennesaw State University in 2006. Bowen Family Homes was ranked 66th on the 2008 Professional Builder Housing Giants list. These successes have been achieved by simply offering the best new home value in all price ranges. Earlier this year Bowen Family Homes launched their social media marketing plan with a new company blog, www.bowenfamilyhomesblog.com and presence on several social media outlets such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. For more information about Bowen Family Homes, please call their Atlanta region headquarters at 678-325-4554 or 1-877- MY BOWEN or visit online at www.bowenfamilyhomes.com.

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