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(SPONSORED) Parkside at Mason Mill by Pulte Homes Fulfills Home Buyers’ Desires

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(SPONSORED) Parkside at Mason Mill by Pulte Homes Fulfills Home Buyers’ Desires

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When Atlanta-based homebuilder Pulte Group looked at the Williamsburg Apartments complex near Decatur, Ga. there were a lot of positive features to recommend it for redevelopment.

The 32-acre site is minutes from Emory University, the popular city of Decatur, while also being close to Atlanta’s office towers, sports stadiums, restaurants, nightlife, museums and more. For an in-town area, it had a beautiful landscape with hundreds of mature hardwood and pine trees.

Another feature Pulte believes will help attract buyers is its proximity to an urban trail, a belief that is backed by research.

A National Association of Homebuilders survey shows that homebuyer preferences vary little by generation when it comes to wanting to live near trails. It was the third most-wanted amenity for every generation, except Baby Boomers, who rated it fourth.

Parkside at Mason Mill draws its name from the fact it borders Mason Mill Park, which has a tennis center, public library branch, senior center – and connections to the South Peachtree Creek Trail.

“No doubt, one of the major selling points of Parkside at Mason Mill is its proximity to the South Peachtree Creek Trail. From anywhere on the property, residents can go from their homes to Mason Mill Park and be on the trail in minutes,” said Sean Clancy, vice president of sales for Pulte Group Inc. “The connectivity by foot or bike to Emory, parks and other neighborhoods are also great assets.  And, while Parkside would be an attractive place to live without the trail and other connectivity, it really raises the quality of life factor.”

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When fully completed, South Peachtree Creek Trail will move runners, walkers and cyclists between three DeKalb County public parks and Emory University, while nature lovers can meander through urban forest and along Peachtree Creek. The trail, much of which is raised boardwalk, will see its second phase completed in June 2018. On June 24, DeKalb County and the PATH Foundation – which have collaborated on the building of the trail – celebrated the opening of a new link from Mason Mill Park to North Druid Hills Road at Spring Road.

At Parkside at Mason Mill there’s also much more than the trail. In addition to public recreation options, residents will enjoy pocket parks throughout the property, a large community pool and clubhouse with an internet café and spaces for socializing. A DeKalb County dog park is bordered on three sides by Parkside at Mason Mill.

It’s a great time to check out Parkside at Mason Mill for yourself

Sales have begun at Pulte Homes’ Parkside at Mason Mill and buyers are enjoying first selection of homesites and introductory pricing at this unique urban infill community near Decatur and Emory University.

“Parkside at Mason Mill offers home buyers something that has become nearly impossible to find inside the perimeter: A beautiful, tree-lined neighborhood of entirely new homes and town homes right in the city,” said Brent Landry, Georgia Division President for Pulte Group Inc. “Parkside has all of the benefits of adjacent parks, trails and easy access to Emory, Decatur and Atlanta. Parkside took years to make happen and it is exciting to see it really come to life this summer.”

Parkside at Mason Mill is a blend of 341 luxury single-family homes, townhomes and condos. Sales of the single-family homes and townhomes began last month, with condominium sales set to begin in the fall.

For more information about Parkside at Mason Mill, visit the community website Pulte.com/ParksideAtMasonMill, or call 888-817-9610.