United StatesGeorgiaMariettaIncredible Modern Home To Be Built by Renowned Cablik Custom Homes

Incredible Modern Home To Be Built by Renowned Cablik Custom Homes
5150B Timber Ridge Marietta, Georgia 30068 United States

$2,195,000
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Atlanta Fine Homes Sotheby's International Realty

Bonnie Majher
  • Real Estate Professional
1125 Sanctuary Parkway, Suite 400
Alpharetta, Georgia 30009 United States
$2,195,000
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5
Bedrooms
5
Full Baths
2
Partial Baths
6,460 Sq Ft.
Interior
.597 Acres
Exterior
Single Family Homes
Property type
TH9QXX
Web Id
6893179
MLS ID
Timber Ridge
Subdivision
103
days ago

About 5150B Timber Ridge

Incredible new modern home to be built by renowned Cablik Custom Homes. Desirable sought-after location in Walton School District tucked off Timber Ridge with a private access drive to the ultimate modern luxury home. Collaborate with Cablik to create your sanctuary in Cobb County with easy access to Downtown Roswell and all it has to offer. Close to the Chattahoochee River for all your outdoor activities. This Modern masterpiece will feature light-filled living with all of the desired modern finishes inside and out including Designer kitchens, private outdoorentertaining, 3 car garages, ample entertaining parking. This lot/build will accommodate a pool (not included in list price).

Amenities

  • Breakfast Bar
  • Dishwasher
  • Granite Countertops
  • Kitchen Island
  • Refrigerator
  • Tile Flooring
  • Walk-in Closet(s)
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Underground Lawn Sprinkler
  • Cable
  • Stall Shower And Tub
  • Multi-Zone Heat
  • Garage Door
  • 1 Fireplace

features

cooling
Ceiling Fan, Central Air Conditioning, Zoned air-conditioning
Parking
Attached Garage, 3 Car Garage
lot description
Level, Access Type Road, Thermal Windows / Doors
Style
Contemporary
Additional Listing Type
New Construction

Property Feature

Fireplace Description
Gas

Exterior

Exterior Description
Cement Siding
Exterior Living Space
Rooftop Patio

Additional Information

General
Smoke Detector