The River Club
Just minutes from Atlanta, Georgia liesThe River Club, a private gated, nature reserve community where real estate buyers will enjoy homesites that meander through the property and the Greg Norman Championship Golf Course. The parcels provide potential real estate investors with wooded homesites that take advantage of views of the Chattahoochee River Valley while affording a sense of community. The developers, Crescent Resources, LLC have long been known in the Southeast as stewards of the environment and this development does not disappoint. The golf course has been designated an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary while the Chattahoochee River Trail is a river corridor being preserved as a National Recreation Area.
For residents seeking an active lifestyle, The River Club does not disappoint with its state-of-the art fitness center providing a trainer for personal use. The Lakeside Family Sports Center has been equipped with tennis courts, Olympic-size swimming pool and sports fields. Residents have access to a full time activities director as well as tennis pro and swimming instructor. The River Club swim team and The Kid’s Klub offer a full schedule of activities for all children whether residents or the grandchildren of retirees.
The showplace of the development, The Lodge, was built to include all the modern luxuries of a southern clubhouse. With wide sweeping porches, welcoming verandas and pavilions, residents enjoy the sense of community developers envisioned. Potential homeowners will work with the Builder’s Guild, some of the most respected builders of luxury homes in the Atlanta area, to create and execute the designs for their dream homes.
While all the amenities one can imagine exist at home, residents love the fact that Atlanta is minutes from the community on Interstate 85. Residents can appreciate Atlanta’s professional sports teams, cultural events and festivals as well as fine dining and shopping found in one of the most progressive metropolitan areas in the South and still live in quiet Georgia nature reserve community.