Dunwoody Green By John Wieland Homes-The Collection

Dunwoody Green, John Wieland Homes, are located in the City of Dunwoody, Dekalb County GA 30338. Conveniently located near Murphey Candler Park. The average sale price for a house, at time of post, since the community has home listed, is $585,008.00. Unique communities to the neighborhood include overlooking Dunwoody’s Georgetown Park, Minutes to I-285 and to Atlanta’s Perimeter Shopping and Business District.

Dunwoody Green Dunwoody GA Neighborhood2Home Owner Association Fees for home owners (HOA), at time of post, appear to be $1,200.00 a year. This is not a pool and tennis community. It does, at time of post, plan to have a playground/ park.

The list price range for a house in Dunwoody Green, at time of post and in the past, is between $510,810 to $719,900. Homes built in the neighborhood between 2014-2016+. Homes on average, have from 4 to 6 bedrooms & 3.5 to 6 bathrooms. Most homes have 2 car garages and are located on lot size 1/3 acres or under.

Homes And Real Estate For Sale In Dunwoody Green Neighborhood

More Homes For Sale In The City Of Dunwoody-Built 2014+

The Neighborhood Schools At Time Of Post

Dunwoody Elementary School
Peachtree Middle School
Dunwoody High School

Streets in the neighborhood include Fergus Way and Pointe Place Avenue.

Dunwoody Green Neighborhood Site PlanDirections To The Community: Take 285 to Chamblee / Dunwoody Road; exit going outside perimeter-go past Dunwoody Park Drive, this John Wieland homes community is 1/4 mile on the right.

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The (John Wieland) JW Collection proudly presents Dunwoody Green a landmark new address in the heart of Dunwoody, less than one mile from I-285 and just minutes from all of Atlanta. Blending charming street-scapes and sweeping green spaces, Dunwoody Green is a dynamic destination with a collection of new homes connected by sidewalks and the city’s new Georgetown Park in a unique and walkable design. It’s a one of a kind neighborhood that brings the vision of new urban living to life – where friendly front porches, long afternoons in the park and quiet evening strolls blend seamlessly with incredible convenience.