Nestled near Grant Park and East Atlanta, the distinctive Ormewood Park community is brimming with its signature brand of Southern hospitality, rich history and an undeniable sense of uniqueness – making it the ideal spot for Vernon Ormewood.
Sandwiched between the craftsman bungalows and charming Victorian homes synonymous with the area, Vernon Ormewood is nothing shy of a pleasant surprise in the form of a true pocket neighborhood imagined by Southwyck Homes – an emerging luxury home builder in Atlanta.
The surrounding community offers a highly appealing lifestyle – with dozens of opportunities for recreation and entertainment just a matter of steps away via the Atlanta Beltline.
Vernon Ormewood residents enjoy walkability to gourmet eateries, inviting coffeeshops, fitness centers, vibrant pubs and grocery stores – not to mention destinations like Grant Park, Zoo Atlanta, Glenwood Park and the boutiques and eateries of The Beacon Atlanta.
A community within a community, “cozy” comes to mind when discovering Vernon Ormewood for the first time. This one-of-a-kind enclave of 20 homes is poised on two acres in the heart of Ormewood Park.
Tucked away off the Moreland Avenue corridor – offering convenience to I-20, Vernon has the feel of a safe haven and the appealing air of “Old Atlanta” with historically inspired architecture, sidewalk lined streets and a pocket park. Six of the 20 homes are attached garden homes.
Designed for the intown niche market, Vernon is ideal for young professionals and move-down buyers who wish to become a part of the distinctive lifestyle that this area affords them.
With the neighborhood in its entirety poised upon just 2 acres, each home in Vernon Ormewood is thoughtfully designed to optimize each home site with unique exterior and interior details. The result is a creative, signature home you will be proud to call your own.
Two-story farmhouse elevations with just a touch of modern “edginess” are met with 1800-2100 square foot interiors showcasing open concepts at the heart of the home and sleeping quarters upstairs. Homes feature a blend of 1-car garages or carports as determined by the home site.