John Wieland’s Providence captures the essence of a small town while offering the luxuries of a big city. An impressive combination of modern comforts and features that blend seamlessly with its historic architecture. The gated community of beautiful townhomes and clubhouses is spread across 30 acres of open space and greenery. Here, residents can enjoy a quiet and relaxing lifestyle amid rolling hills and sidewalk-lined streets.
Providence of John Wieland is a planned and gated neighborhood. This quaint community is a world away from bustling city life, located just two miles from Atlanta’s outer perimeters.
Numerous walking trails, a clubhouse equipped with a fitness center, a lighted tennis court, and a swimming pool immerse residents in the sporting levels. These common areas are also ideal places for residents to mingle and form a community. Additionally, the Resident’s Club has a zero entry pool with more tennis courts. Sidewalk-lined streets add charm to the traditionally designed townhouses that make up this enclave.
The terraced houses
The architecture is historically inspired, unique and low maintenance. Craftsman-style townhomes are approximately 1,900 square feet and available in two- and three-bedroom options. All of these townhomes are equipped with the latest modern conveniences such as tile floors, multiple bathrooms with aesthetic bathroom fixtures, heating systems, and a reliable security system. These townhomes start in a price range of $ 200,000 and up.
The neighborhood’s convenient location allows residents to commute to work with ease. Just outside of I-285 at Veterans Memorial Parkway, Providence by John Wieland is a prime location with access to all major Atlanta areas such as Midtown and Downtown, just a few minutes’ drive away. Nearby, Buckhead features numerous shopping malls and pubs, as well as excellent dining options. Turner Stadium and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport are also just a short drive from the venue.
Schooling and education
Mableton prides itself on providing a quality education to children. Harmony Leland Elementary School has a reputation as the only elementary school in Georgia to embrace the artistic learning model. This system emphasizes the arts as a fundamental model of lifelong learning. Lindley High School is the first high school to instill the concept of “school within a school” in Cobb County, while Pebblebrook High School is an excellent high school.
Ensuring that the neighborhood is safe and crime-free is a top priority for the administration. Consequently, Providence has a gated entrance and the limited number of families in the neighborhood makes for a truly small-town feel.