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Forrest Commons, Roswell GA

Listing status
Developer sold out
905 Forrest Street, Roswell, GA

Community by Monte Hewett Homes

Townhouse & Single Family Home
22 Units, - Stories
3 - 4 Bedrooms
Complete
3771 - 3823 SqFt

Overview

Forrest Commons is a new townhouse and single family home community By Monte Hewett Homes at 905 Forrest Street, Roswell. Forrest Commons has a total of 22 units. Sizes range from 3771 to 3823 square feet.
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Forrest Commons details

Building Type:Townhouse and Single Family Home
Ownership:Condominium
Selling Status:Sold Out
Construction Status:Complete
Builder(s): By Monte Hewett Homes
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Forrest Commons marketing summary

From Forrest Commons:

Forrest Commons is located in downtown Roswell, one of Atlanta’s most desirable suburbs with a perfect mix of history, culture and nature. Here, residents can enjoy a tight knit community with modern amenities and creature comforts that evoke a sense of belonging.
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Last update: Jul 28, 2017
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