| December 11, 2019 | Home & Real Estate
What gives Paris its panache? What gives Milan its elån? Walkability, ease of movement, social spaces, a cohesive sense of community where people congregate and move around easily.
Modern design embraces efficiency and practicality, but not everything that promotes those values is as visible as countertops or light fixtures. Along with open architecture and stylish materials, the most compelling aspect of any home is how it supports daily life: getting to work or school, promoting comfort and safety, and encouraging constructive leisure time.
For many years, Atlanta was considered a classic example of suburban car culture. But traffic gridlock and modern civic sensibilities are recasting the priority elements of gracious living to include high-tech access, transportation options and social engagement. As demonstrated by the new townhome community of Temple Square in College Park, these essentials showcase how connection, whether physical or virtual, creates the life that professionals crave.
Easy Transportation Access
MARTA is an easy stroll from College Park’s charming Historic District, where Temple Square is located. Busy professionals these days recognize the value of auto-free commutes that get them to work and home quickly, leaving more time to enjoy good times with friends and loved ones. Just one stop north of Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, College Park is an excellent residential choice for anyone who travels nationally or internationally for work. It also offers fast connection to Downtown, Midtown and Buckhead without the hassle of traffic or parking.
Whether home or far away, homeowners appreciate the convenience of controlling temperature, sound, lights and security at the touch of a screen. Temple Square offers the ease of access to sophisticated technology, Nest thermostats and wireless control. These connections save time and energy, precious commodities that mean a lot to quality of life.
College Park has the fourth largest historic district in Georgia, graced with the presence of Woodward Academy, one of the area’s most respected private schools. Amid the charming, walkable streets of this district, Temple Square seamlessly blends the best of traditional and contemporary beauty. While featuring stylish interior modern design, Temple Square honors the attraction of classic exterior architecture to fit comfortably within its surroundings. In addition to brick facades and inviting balconies, Temple Square’s common space reflects the famed appeal of Historic Savannah’s Squares, where neighbors stroll, gather and mingle.
A short stroll to Downtown College Park from Temple Square offers lots of excellent dining choices, lively arts, recreation and cultural opportunities. Living in the Historic District promotes neighborly interaction and civic engagement. These are the values that make a residence more than a graceful exterior and a comfortable, attractive interior. This is the connection that creates the grace called home.
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Photography by: Courtesy of Temple Square