Wondering about the new planned-life development going in on Maple Street in Carrollton? The sales team at The Birches on Maple would love to meet up.
The sales office for The Birches on Maple opens Feb. 15, with Realtors Lori Camp and C.B. Hamrick of Linco Realty accepting appointments to walk potential residents through planning their futures at The Preserve at The Birches on Maple.
The Birches on Maple is a 55-and-older planned life community developed by Carrollton’s Linco Development Company, built by RaLin and integrated with Tanner Health System. The development will offer a tower with assisted living and memory care units — as well as The Preserve at The Birches on Maple, featuring single-family housing for active and independent residents.
Each single-family home is owned by the resident. The community offers five unique floor plans to choose from, ranging from 2,100 to 2,700 square feet. Two- or three-bedroom homes are available, some with additional second-floor bedrooms or bonus rooms. Exterior options are available for unique curbside appeal.
“Easy, accessible and low-maintenance housing is a cornerstone of The Preserve at The Birches on Maple,” said Josh Chapman, president of Linco. “Our goal is to give residents the freedom to enjoy all the amenities this community will offer — worry-free.”
The sales team is available to help interested residents choose their lot and the floor plan that fits, help them select the finishes and upgrades to make the home their own, and work out the financing to get construction started. For those looking to avoid the stresses of choosing, move-in ready homes will also be available.
As licensed Realtors, Camp and Hamrick bring more than 25 years of combined sales experience to walk people through not only choosing their new home in The Preserve at The Birches on Maple, but selling their existing real estate as well.
The Preserve at The Birches on Maple has a limited number of lots — and has already drawn plenty of attention from area seniors interested in the development’s amenities, the ability to seamlessly transition from independent living to assisted living to memory care, and its unique integration with Tanner, overcoming one of the greatest issues with other senior living communities: easy access to health care.
Through its integration with Tanner, residents at The Birches on Maple will have access to the health system’s services — including primary care, heart care, cancer care, orthopedic care and more. The health system is also giving residents the chance to participate in on-site classes and programs through its Get Healthy, Live Well initiative, with ways to stay active, control or avoid chronic diseases and maintain fitness and mobility late in life.
“A real area of need that we have in this region is options for people to age gracefully and independently,” said Loy Howard, president and CEO of Tanner. “That’s why we decided to get into the senior living space — a lot of us at Tanner have aging loved ones, and none of us are getting any younger ourselves. Having a safe, convenient, reliable option — that’s focused on helping us stay healthy and active — is going to be a comfort for a lot of people in our region.”
Convenient to Maple Street Commons, City Station, the University of West Georgia, the Carrollton GreenBelt and more, The Birches on Maple will offer indoor and outdoor swimming, greenspace, trails, an on-site restaurant, courts for recreation — like pickleball — and a clubhouse with on-site bistro and lounge, fitness center, library and learning center, game room and crafts room. Along with Get Healthy, Live Well’s wellness-focused programming, a social director will also be available to schedule and facilitate clubs and events.
The Birches on Maple’s sales office is at 225 Maple View Drive, Suite 101, in Carrollton. Appointments can be made at 770-838-5998.
Find more at TheBirchesOnMaple.com