Kolter Homes Welcomes First Homeowners to Oak Hill Reserve

Kolter Homes Welcomes First Homeowners to Oak Hill Reserve

Sales success continues at intimate active adult community of 43 homes

Kolter Homes, a pioneering developer renowned for crafting master-planned communities across the Southeast, is thrilled to mark a significant milestone as the first homes at Oak Hill Reserve in Newnan, Georgia, have closed. With additional closings scheduled into the fall and winter, the active adult community's vibrancy and appeal are coming to life.

Kolter Homes team member and homeowner with flowers

"Oak Hill Reserve is the culmination of thoughtful design and an unwavering commitment to creating exceptional living spaces," noted Tony Adams, Regional Vice President of Kolter Homes. "Our uniquely designed homes are just the beginning of what this vibrant, active adult community has to offer."

Gayle Guht, one of the first homeowners at Oak Hill Reserve, purchased the sophisticated Madison floorplan as her residence.

When asked about her decision to pick Oak Hill Reserve, Guht shared, "Oak Hill Reserve is in a great location, that I’m already familiar with in Newnan.  I love the idea of the small, intimate community and getting excited to know my neighbors.”

In response to what she loves best about her new home, Guht said, “I love the owner’s suite and bath; I actually love everything about the floor plan.” She continues, “It was so peaceful and quiet when I went out on my private, covered lanai and drank my coffee the other morning. It just feels right!”

homeowner and Kolter Homes team member inside sold home at oak hill reserve

The homes within Oak Hill Reserve start from the low $400,000s, catering to discerning active adult homebuyers seeking quality and style. This intimate community comprises 43 homesites, introducing two fresh collections of floorplans - the Carson and Hepburn, a debut for Kolter Homes in Atlanta. Spanning between 1,605 and 2,775 square feet of living space, these eight distinctive floor plans exemplify Kolter Homes' hallmark of flexibility. Options for bonus rooms, fitness and study conversions, extended owner suites, lanais, in-law suites, and more are seamlessly woven into home plans.

Tailored exclusively for active adults, Oak Hill Reserve boasts an array of desirable amenities, including an inviting outdoor pavilion, a community garden, a flower garden, and scenic walking paths. Residents also relish the convenience of easy access to shopping, dining, and exciting pickleball matches at the nearby Newnan House of Pickleball.

kolter homes homeowner in new sold house

Oak Hill Reserve's location is one of the community’s biggest highlights. Positioned near Newnan Crossing, Newnan Promenade, and Ashley Park, with I-85 ensuring seamless connections, the community offers a blend of accessibility and tranquility. The Hartsfield Jackson International Airport is a 30-minute drive away, while the captivating urban adventures of downtown Atlanta beckon just 40 minutes from Oak Hill Reserve.

For details about Oak Hill Reserve, please visit www.KolterOakHill.com.

About Kolter Homes

Kolter Homes LLC, together with its affiliates (together with its affiliates, “Kolter Homes”), is focused on the development, construction, and sale of 500-1,500 for-sale single-family units, often as Cresswind branded, age-restricted, amenity-rich master-planned communities, with additional focus on smaller traditional and age-targeted add-on communities of 100-500 homes. Kolter Homes has sponsored over $12.9 billion of realized and in-process real estate projects throughout the southeastern United States.

The Kolter Group LLC is a private investment firm focused on real estate development and investment based in Delray Beach, Florida. The Kolter Group LLC (together with its affiliates, “Kolter”) currently includes four residential development business units, detailed below. Kolter has sponsored over $24 billion of realized and in-process real estate projects throughout the southeastern United States (including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee).