Atlanta Homes Introducing Summit at Shiloh Prestigious City of Alpharetta

Nestled on the southern edge of Forsyth County, this neighborhood provides easy access to shopping, dining, parks and recreational facilities, such as the McFarland Trailhead of the Big Creek Greenway. Additionally, the neighborhood is conveniently located near the Georgia State Route 400 (GA 400) and offers low Forsyth County taxes.

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Families with children will feel confident with their kids attending the excellent schools in Forsyth County, which include Big Creek Elementary, Piney Grove Middle and South Forsyth High School.

The homes at Summit at Shiloh will include Ryland’s HouseWorks® energy efficient features, including an independently-rated HERS® index, a Rinnai® tankless water heater, HVAC systems with Puron®, a Sentricon® termite elimination system and much more. The HouseWorks®program is designed to preserve the environment, conserve energy, and provide more comfort for homeowners.

The lovely two-story homes of Summit at Shiloh feature 3-sides brick and include stunning interiors with extensive wood flooring on the first floor, and a spacious gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The floor plans, ranging from 2,616 to 3,658 sq. ft., showcase expansive family rooms with a corner fireplace, master suites that include walk-in closets, double vanities and luxurious garden tubs, game rooms, kitchens alongside walk-in pantries, breakfast bars and breakfast nooks and guest bedrooms with a full bathroom perfect for visitors.

Since 1967, Ryland Homes has been committed to building high quality, energy-efficient new homes. Today, rooted in its national strength, local focus and unwavering commitment to the customer, Ryland proudly builds in 17 states across the country. For more information about Summit at Shiloh and Ryland Homes, please visit www.Ryland.com.

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