We all want to live like a boss. Well, here are 7 ways that Ruth’s Farm lets you do just that:
- Riding the bus to school is so #lamesauce. I don’t know what that means, but I saw it on Twitter so it must be true. Seriously though - Not only will your children attend award-winning Alpharetta elementary and middle schools, they’ll be able to walk to Milton High School - of the best high schools in the state.
- Ruth’s Farm is 49 homes deep. That’s small enough to meet a cadre of new and interesting neighbors, but big enough that you can easily steer clear of the weird ones to avoid those uncomfortable conversations. Awwwwwwkward.
- You’ll be just minutes away from downtown Alpharetta and Avalon is just around the corner. What is Avalon you ask? It’s the sugar plum fairy that dances in the heads of all Alpharetta families.
- "I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down". Um, no you won’t Wolf. These homes are 4 sides brick with more cedar shake accents than you can shake a cedar stick at.
- Ruth’s Farm homes were built by KM Homes & The Providence Group. KM Homes has been building homes for over 50 years - that’s half a century for those of you keeping score at home. The Providence Group was ranked the 5th Largest Builder in 2014 by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. These homes are built to last.
- These floor plans will have you sharpening your boss skills. Keeping rooms? Check. Granite countertops? Check. 3-car side entry garages? Check. High ceilings where a guy like me (6’8”) can twirl around without feeling like I’m living in a dollhouse? Check.
- The big C word - Closeout. KM is offering a $15,000 incentive or a finished basement at no extra cost if you buy one of their 5 remaining homes. The Providence Group is also offering a $15,000 incentive on their 3 remaining homes. Pricing for Ruth's Farm starts at $672,299 and goes north of $850,000 for the model home.
Neighborhood Summary: Ruth's Farm
Located at the corner of Mayfield and Bethany Rd in Alpharetta, Ruth’s Farm boasts 49 custom new construction homes built by KM Homes and The Providence Group. The neighborhood is laid out as 3 cul-de-sacs (including a triple cul-de-sac) as branches off the main thoroughfare - Ruth’s Farm Way. While it’s not a swim/tennis community, there is open green space and a pond. Homeowners can also get special pricing to become a member of White Columns Country Club to satisfy all their swimming, socializing, and tennis-ing needs.
The families of Ruth’s Farm attend Crabapple Crossing Elementary, Northwestern Middle School, and Milton High School. The typical home in Ruth’s Farm is approximately 4500sf with 4-sides brick and cedar shake or stone accents with 4-5 bedrooms, a 3-car side entry garage, and a keeping room on an unfinished basement.