Kimberly Downs In Snellville, No HOA, No Problem

There is a new community in Snellville, GA offering affordable and luxurious homes: The Kimberly Downs. This neighborhood is perfect for those who want a private and opulent living in Gwinnett County as there are only 20 homesites available.   Kimberly Downs by Crown Communities is now offering new construction homes for sale. This neighborhood features affordable luxury in Snellville at Gwinnett County, GA.

Have a big family? No problem! You can easily fit your whole family in their custom homes that have an area of more than 4,000sqft. What’s more, each of your family can have their own private nooks as the houses can have up to 5 bedrooms.

Love to cook? Do it in style in the gourmet kitchen with granite counters! While you do that, you can entertain your guests at the beautifully designed living area with custom trims, 9-foot smooth ceilings, and marble accents!

There are 11 designer plans available but they all have 9-ft smooth ceilings on the main floor, granite counter tops in the kitchen, custom trims, and marble vanities. These homes give the homeowners a luxurious feel, giving them the opportunity to live like royalties at their own right! These homes are even great for big families as these homes have a living area of more than 4,000 sqft.

Homeowners who have children in the school age can send their children to great schools near the area. There are public schools such as Norton Elementary School, Snellville Middle School, South Gwinnett High School and Private Schools such as Asbury Christian Academy, Evergreen Montessori School, Snellville Christian Academy are options as well.

Recently the home owners association voted to dissolve itself so, there is no HOA now for Kimberly Downs.  This can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on how you look at.   Snellville has long been a city that some like to retire to, but without an HOA (Home Owners Association) to enforce any sort of standards, you might not want to retire here (or plan to live here for any length of time).  However, if you’re the kind doesn’t like the almost “mafia-like” HOAs, then you’re in for a treat.

Without an HOA a home that is in a foreclosure situation might not get any lawn treatment or oversight from the community.  Those are just a few of the things to be aware of.

Then again with only 20 homesites in Kimberly Downs, there’s a good chance you might know your neighbor.

 

 

About the Author Candice Cole

Candace loves writing about homes and new communities. She currently lives in Atlanta and enjoys helping others relocate to the area. Candace sometimes works with Real Estate Agents for information for the blog and/or just in general.

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