Autumn Lakes

Developer Sold Out
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Townhouse & Single Family Home
228 Units
3 - 5 Bedrooms
Construction
1000 - 5000 SqFt
Autumn Lakes is a new townhouse and single family home development currently under construction at 7671 Volion Drive, Fairburn. Autumn Lakes has a total of 228 units. Sizes range from 1000 to 5000 square feet.

Autumn Lakes Details

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Townhouse and Single Family Home
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Fee simple
Selling Status:
Sold Out
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Construction
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Autumn Lakes Summary

Exciting New Community in Fairburn, GA. Great location in South Fulton County, this new home sanctuary offers a scenic residential setting with spacious homesites and easy access to major thoroughfares, Fayetteville Pavilion, Downtown Fayetteville and Atlanta's International Airport. There are multiple different plans to choose from with 3 to 5 Bedrooms and 2 to 3 Baths.

Source: Century Communities of Atlanta
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Updated: Jul 27, 2020
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