For most, when thinking about the homebuilding process, construction, architecture, and design are the first things that come to mind. But long before these components take shape, there’s a team at Windsong in search of the perfect location for the next community to grow. Henry Massie, director of land acquisitions at Windsong, is responsible for finding ideal locales with everything you could want in a neighborhood: natural beauty, convenience, amenities, nearby shopping, and more, so homebuyers only need to focus on the right floorplan and design choices when selecting a home.
Conversations around the kitchen table have been happening for generations in the Echols family. For over 100 years, the farm has bonded the family through decades of change, both for the farm itself and for the surrounding county. Judy Cooper and her twin sister Julia Lindsay still live on an original piece of the property and remember their life on the farm fondly.
A new phase is now open and new homesites are now available at our popular McConnell Green community. We are now taking reservations on the new section. Come out and see what is now available and tour our beautiful model homes, the Harrison and Hadley.
What makes Windsong Properties the premier active adult lifestyle builder? Community amenities Windsong homeowners have come to love. At Encore, it will be seen in the community design, central park, and charming landscaping that gives a nod to the romance and elegance of an English country garden.
Today's Active Adults have delivered their planned performances for decades, with school, work, family, even vacations. Now, as they right-size their homes, Encore, by Windsong Properties, delivers their perfect "next act."
Builder Partnership’s Builder of Choice winner, Windsong Properties announces the hire of Brad Clowney as a lead builder for its McConnell Green property in Powder Springs. Clowney will be stepping into the role, previously held by Brian Hester, who was promoted to Construction Manager at Windsong.
Did you know MUST gives out TEN barrels (2,000 lbs.) of food or 2,500 canned items every single day to feed the hungry in Cobb and Cherokee counties?
Twenty years ago, architect Sarah Susanka launched her book, The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live, which encourages quality of life over quantity of square feet, floorplans that boast spaces that we use every day, and living spaces that reflect the lifestyle and interests of their owners.
Susanka’s Not So Big concept is particularly applicable to Active Adults, whose desire to downsize (at Windsong, we prefer to call it rightsizing), placing an emphasis on lifestyle, surrounding oneself with the things that bring joy, and using the spaces daily instead of just for special occasions.