Three Bridges in Suwanee announced several new single family home designs earlier this year along with two new townhome designs. The newest townhome designs, The Bellview and The Shelton, have had tremendous success at Abberley Towneship where they were first introduced and are now available for summer move in dates at Three Bridges. Both designs offer a three story layout with a finished terrace level, rear entry garage and approximately 1,900 square feet of living space. The first townhome building featuring these new designs are now available with only four remaining opportunities. Along with the newest designs, home buyers can also select from the popular Fenland and Endicott courtyard designs with private outdoor living spaces and two story designs. The community has been so successful that The Providence Group has over 15 single family homes and townhomes under construction to fullfill presales and to try to keep up with home buyer demand.

Three Bridges recently announced two new townhome designs, The Bellview and Shelton, offering finished terrace levels and rear entry garages.

Along with the new townhome construction, home buyers have over 10 single family home designs available for presales offering a wide variety of options from Owner’s Suites on the main level, third level retreats, lofts, sitting rooms and open main level layouts. Townhome pricing starts at $213,400 and single family home pricing starts at $257,900 and all homes offer low maintenance living including lawn care in the community HOA. Home designs range from 1,860 to 3,400 square feet with three, four and five bedroom layouts. For home buyers seeking move in dates for this summer and fall, please come out and visit soon soon to learn more about our under construction homes and presale timelines.

For more information visit The Providence Group website or register online for assistance from our Online Home Advisor. You may also visit our sales center daily from 11-6 Monday-Saturday and 1-6 on Sunday and meet with our new Community Sales Manager, Patty Shipley.