Lennar Atlanta Unveils Five New Ranch Plans: Single-Level, Easy Living Appeals to Many of Today’s Buyers
Lennar Atlanta, a division of Lennar (NYSE:LEN), the second-largest residential builder in the U.S., knows that different homebuyers appreciate different features in their new homes. Since 2010, Lennar Atlanta has built more than 2,000 new homes in over 40 communities throughout metro Atlanta, including townhomes and single family homes, suitable for first-time buyers, growing families, business executives or empty nesters.
“In the past few years, demand for single-level living in Atlanta has increased quite a bit,” says Rose Humphrey, Marketing Manager for Lennar Atlanta. “We carefully studied how we could best meet the wishes and needs of our buyers who want this type of layout, and incorporated those features that were most important to them such as a spacious, open floorplan, a well-designed kitchen, and excellent storage. Today, we are very pleased to introduce five brand-new ranch plans that offer Atlanta’s homebuyers easy living at its best.”
Five Ranch Plans
Lennar’s new modern ranch plans range from 1562 sq. ft. to 2117 sq. ft. and include a wide range of options, even an option for a second floor loft with a bedroom and bath – perfect for out-of-town visitors or grandkids. They include:
The Camden, 1562 Sq. Ft. – 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
The Durham, 1941 Sq. Ft. – 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
The Emerald, 1940 Sq. Ft. – 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
The Brunswick, 2084 Sq. Ft. – 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
The Fairfield, 2117 Sq. Ft. – 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
Currently, the Camden plan has been installed in Lennar Atlanta’s Wynchase community, and interested buyers can see the Brunswick in Hickory Manor, both new home communities in Woodstock, Cherokee County.
“Our buyers know that with a Lennar Atlanta home, they get top quality finishes, thoughtful design and superb craftsmanship,” notes Humphrey. “We expect that these new ranch plans will sell very well. As always, we listen to our buyers – and in the process, we’ve raised the bar for modern ranch design.”