Ellard in Alpharetta

Ellard in Alpharetta is not your average upscale community. If you have ever had a desire to go back and live in a different point in time with the modern conveniences of today, a home in Ellard in Alpharetta may be the next best thing. Situated on the banks of the Chattahoochee River, Ellard in Alpharetta is a gated community with unique homes and such a serene setting, you will soon forget you are less than half an hour from Atlanta and right in the middle of one of the biggest metro areas in the United States. View homes for sale in Alpharetta neighborhoods near Ellard in Alpharetta.

Homes in Ellard in Alpharetta range in style from Colonial to Victorian, and are reminiscent of historic Southeastern cities such as Charleston. They have charming porches and verandas, which overlook beautiful tree-lined sidewalks and the community offers 24-hour security. The neighborhood’s Georgian style clubhouse sits behind the Conservatory Park and features a full kitchen, swimming pool, gazebo, grill, large screen TV, large stone fireplaces, stone grotto with showers and changing rooms, and space for various social and business gatherings. There are also two lighted tennis courts, a fitness center, and a state-of-the-art playground in Ellard in Alpharetta.

Green space and preservation is important at Ellard in Alpharetta and the twelve acre park inside the neighborhood is proof of this. After walking the various nature trails, you and your family can enjoy a picnic next to the Chattahoochee River. If you’re lucky, you might just see a few deer cross your path or even find a musket ball or other historic relic from a Civil War battle that was fought in the area.

Ellard in Alpharetta even has its own “Mercantile Exchange.” From unique restaurants to services such as physical therapists and dry cleaners, the Mercantile Exchange looks like a historic village, but it provides both residents and visitors with modern services. As a matter of fact, the Ellard Village and Mercantile Exchange has become quite popular amongst Alpharetta and Roswell residents who live outside of the neighborhood.

The entrance to Ellard in Alpharetta is located on Holcomb Bridge Road and is just minutes from Georgia 400, making it an easy commute to Atlanta. Children living in the neighborhood have access to prestigious private schools and excellent North Fulton County public schools, including River Eves Elementary School, Holcomb Bridge Middle School, and Centennial High School. View Alpharetta school reports here. If you are looking for old-world charm in the middle of one of the biggest metro areas in the country, consider a home in Ellard in Alpharetta.

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Joanne, Team Leader Who is Joanne Curtin? At first glance you might see her as just the owner of Joanne Curtin team, Inc. with husband and business partner, Tom. What you might not know about Joanne is that she has a masters degree in Education and is a lover of learning (and implementing) fresh ideas. Joanne isn’t content to be one of the Southeast's top real estate groups. Though her Curtin team real estate practice ranks in the top 1% companywide and she is in demand as a Keller Williams team leader, Joanne’s vision is to create and nurture a close community within our big city while educating others about building wealth through real estate. Leaping beyond the systems common in the tradition-bound world of real estate, Joanne’s strategy embraces tech savvy SEO, craigslist, iphones, ipads, blogs, interactive maps, video. Through adoption of technologies, an entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to service, and a desire to share the truth no matter what, her true joy comes from improving and enriching the real estate client experience. As an entrepreneur Joanne recognized the opportunity for Keller Williams Realty in Roswell and partnered with 3 other top producers to open the fastest profit sharing office in the Southeast. During the same time that Joanne was opening a new office, she was also investing in real estate. Joanne and Tom own and manage a real estate portfolio in North Atlanta and other Keller Williams market centers. When Joanne isn’t out selling or learning new real estate technology, she is modeling, teaching and consulting with others or learning new ways to wealth build. In her free time, Joanne is busy raising two young children, keeping healthy and giving back to the community. If you spend any time with her you will hear her say, “Thank God for my family and my paid social life.” Tom, Operating Partner Tom and Joanne own and operate the Curtin team together. Prior to real estate sales, Tom managed corporate marketing and sales for DirectTV's Southeast Region. Tom’s business degree, having graduated from the prestigous Honors Program from the University of Georgia, and previous positions focused on marketing and he applies that knowledge to the real estate business. Joanne and Tom are fortunate to have the opportunity to spend so much time together, both professionally and personally. Because of their mutual ambition, they work synergistically to market and sell residential homes, luxury homes and investment properties for their clients. In addition to owning and operating a real estate marketing and sales business, Tom and Joanne own and manage a real estate portfolio in North Atlanta. Joann
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One Response to Ellard in Alpharetta

  1. joannecurtin says:

    Selling a luxury home in today’s market can be difficult to say the least–read my latest blog about what it takes to sell a luxury home in North Atlanta

    http://www.curtinteam.com/blog/selling-luxury-home-north-atlanta

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