Steve Romeyn, managing partner of Windsong Properties, is this week’s guest on the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio show. Romeyn graduated from Harvard during the Beatles era and began his building career 36 years ago at Big Canoe in the North Georgia Mountains. Together, Romeyn and his business partner, Mark Carruth, started Windsong Properties 10 years ago. Romeyn and Carruth are “baby boomers serving baby boomers,€쳌 as they build exclusively for active adults and are both in that stage of their lives. Windsong Properties is a small, locally-owned home and community builder, and provides active adults and empty nesters with single-family, detached ranch homes. Windsong Properties’ newest project, Heron Pond, is located halfway between Woodstock and the city of Roswell just outside of East Cobb. This community has received a great deal of attention, and there are already more than 800 interested people on the community’s VIP list! There will be just 75 homes available at this sought-after community, and Romeyn says that he expects to build at a pace of just three homes per month so that his team will be able to pay special attention to each and every home and meet each buyer’s specific needs. When asked what he thought has contributed to the popularity of this community, Romeyn said that there are just a limited number of builders constructing active adult communities right now, and this is one of the newest in the Atlanta real estate market. In addition, the location couldn’t be better, as it serves Cobb, Cherokee and North Fulton, areas lacking in single-family, detached ranch homes. In addition to Heron Pond, Windsong Properties is still building at Bel-Aire in West Cobb and two communities at Seven Hills in Dallas. At Bel-Aire, a new clubhouse is set to open this month, and it is the largest clubhouse Windsong Properties has ever built. The community is close to selling out of its traditional ranch-style Parkside series of homes, but there are still plenty of courtyard homes available. Homes are currently under construction in both Windsong at Seven Hills and Windsong Manor at Seven Hills. Residents in these homes enjoy fabulous mountain and creek views and an abundance of amenities and nearby conveniences, such as a community grocery store, restaurants and shopping. Buyers can expect to find many aging-in-place features in homes built by Windsong Properties. The builder has an established reputation of listening to buyers’ requests, such as step-free access, wider doorways and the ability to live exclusively on one floor. In addition, the homes have central kitchens, elegant master suites and the ability to add extra living space for children and grandchildren. For more details about Heron Pond, Bel-Aire and Windsong’s two communities at Seven Hills, be sure to listen to the full podcast (player above)!