Windsong Properties designs and builds homes that fit the preferences and desires of its residents who are active older adults. Co-owners Mark Carruth and Steve Romeyn founded the company based on the idea that downsizing, moving, or transitioning from a family home to your next home should be an enjoyable and exciting experience, focusing on improving the homeowner’s quality of life. As active adults themselves, the co-founders share more than three decades of building experience and a personal understanding of active adult homebuying needs and are considered industry leaders in this market segment.
“Our desire and sole focus for the last 15 years has been building homes that allow our residents to live the life they’ve always imagined,” says Carruth. “Design elements such as ground floor masters, zero-step doorways, and open floor plans help make living and entertaining easy, and safety is one less worry.”
Continues Carrie Roeger, COO of Windsong Properties: “When Mark and Steve started this company, they wanted to chart new waters by understanding and improving upon current trends and design preferences within the active adult community. As a leadership team, we’ve always had an eye out for what’s next and upheld that commitment to our designers, builders, contractors, sales team, and each new homebuyer. We are looking forward to Windsong’s next 15 years as a leading Atlanta homebuilder for a very important demographic in all our communities.”
Since 2003, Windsong Properties has set the Standard of Excellence for active adult living in North Atlanta. Windsong’s commitment to excellence has been recognized by both homeowners and building industry peers. It has earned GuildQuality GuildMaster Awards of Excellence in Customer Satisfaction for eight years, six gold and two silver OBIEs Best in Building Design, and a gold OBIE 50+ Community of the Year from the Greater Atlanta Homebuilder’s Association.
“Windsong really thought through everything. From the moment I stepped foot into one of their communities, I didn’t look at any other homes,” says Windsong homeowner, Pam Heath. “I didn’t have to. Windsong was it, and I knew I wasn’t leaving until I bought a house.”More Information