Welcome home to Traditions of Braselton, where Vanderbilt Homes is hard at work bringing new homes to the market this fall. This community offers small town charm at its best, complimented by easy luxury you’ll enjoy every day, and there is an outstanding amenities package that helps each day at home feel like vacation!
Homeowners can enjoy tennis on the lighted courts or let the kids swing, slide and climb on the playground. The Traditions of Braselton Golf Club and Course is just next door, making it easier than ever to perfect that golf swing. And the entire family will enjoy the Junior Olympic swimming pool complete with a slide, splash zone and clubhouse.
Nestled in a quiet corner of Jackson County, Traditions of Braselton is your opportunity to escape the traffic and noise of city life but still enjoy the convenience of nearby shopping centers, popular dining destinations, and great local schools and parks. A short drive takes you to downtown Hoschton or Braselton, where you’ll find boutique shops and award-winning fine dining, like Cotton Calf Kitchen and Blake’s of Braselton.
Find the relaxed, easy lifestyle you’ve been looking for with a new Vanderbilt home in Traditions of Braselton. Standard features include hardwood flooring, granite countertops, large islands, built-in bookcases (per plan), spacious master suites, and covered back porches. There is currently just ONE Vanderbilt home available in this unique community. Preview it HERE, and call Sales Representative Jeff Barnes at 770-403-1155 for your personal tour. You can also email him at email@example.com. We can’t wait to welcome you home to a whole new lifestyle in this fantastic Jackson County community!
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September 23, 2020