New Model Now Open at Central Park at Deerfield TownshipWe are excited to announce the opening of a new model home at Central Park at Deerfield Township, our community of new Alpharetta homes! Visitors may now tour a decorated Crestwick design in addition to the Calhoun model home.

Located at Homesite 87, the two-story Crestwick boasts 2,866 square feet of thoughtfully designed living space with four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths and a two-car garage.

The main level features an oversized gourmet kitchen with spacious island overlooking the breakfast and family rooms and a convenient butler’s pantry leading to the formal dining room, a separate living room and covered patio plus courtyard. This design offers both indoor and outdoor space for entertaining friends and family.

Three generous secondary bedrooms and the laundry room accompany the luxurious owner’s suite on the upper level. Serving as the perfect retreat, the owner’s suite boasts a vaulted ceiling and spa-like bath with dual vanities, an oversized garden tub, separate shower, private water closet and massive walk-in closet.

Perfectly situated in Alpharetta, Central Park at Deerfield Township is a gated community featuring single-family homes from the mid-$400,000s. Residents enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with HOA-maintained landscaping New Model Now Open at Central Park at Deerfield Townshipand lawn care as well as an impressive amenities package featuring a clubhouse, pool, tennis courts and a 13-acre Central Park with 2/3-mile walking trail. Popular shopping, dining and entertainment are also nearby at Windward Parkway, North Point Mall and Avalon.

Children residing at Central Park at Deerfield Township attend highly-ranked Forsyth County schools including South Forsyth High, Desana Middle and Brandywine Elementary.

Located at 825 Hargrove Point Way in Alpharetta, the decorated model homes are open daily for tours. Call or text 678-472-0411 or click here to speak to the New Home Navigator and join the VIP Interest List to receive community updates first.