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Braselton Village

D.R. Horton is constructing new homes in Braselton Village, a community located next to the Publix-anchored Vineyards at Chateau Elan shopping center at 2095 Georgia Highway 211 in Braselton, GA. Homebuyers can expect desirable floorplans, beautiful finishes, and modern features. Outside of the home, residents will enjoy a full slate of amenities to include a clubhouse, pool, playground, and tennis and pickle ball courts. However, the best amenity of all might be the walking-distance location to Chateau Elan Winery and Resort.

Community Information

Mon - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Contact Info
Braselton Village
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Cleo Lodge
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Kim Wokomaty
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  • Club House
  • Playground
  • Pool
  • Tennis
  • Sport Court Pavilion

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Bramblett Elementary

Public | PreK - 5

4.6 mi.
School Name Distance

Richard B. Russell Jr. Middle School

Public | 6-8

8.2 mi.
School Name Distance

Winder-Barrow High School

Public | 9-12

8.4 mi.

Nearby Communities (6)

Enclave at Bakers Farm

Homes from the $388s
2,250 - 3,415 sq. ft.

Amenities: Club House, Pool, Tennis

Twin Lakes

Call for Information
1,343 - 2,721 sq. ft.

Amenities: Walking - Nature Trails, Dog Park, HOA, Pool

Greyton Springs Place

Call for Information
1,857 - 1,894 sq. ft.

Amenities: Cabana, Pool


Homes from the $388s
1,618 - 2,721 sq. ft.

Amenities: Cabana, HOA, Playground, Pool

Water Oak Estates

Homes from the $464s
2,558 - 3,110 sq. ft.

Amenities: HOA, Club House, Playground, Pool, Tennis

Brooks Village

Call for Information
2,250 - 3,481 sq. ft.

Amenities: HOA, Pool, Tennis

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Area Information

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Find Your New Home in Hoschton/Braselton, GA


The City of Hoschton is a small community located just off I-85 in Jackson County in north Georgia, about 35 miles northeast of the Atlanta perimeter.  Jackson County is included in the 10 fastest growing counties in the country yet offers an abundance of open spaces and unspoiled views of the state’s Piedmont Region, just south of the Blue Ridge Mountains.


Many want to call it “Hosh-ton.” The correct pronunciation is “Hoosh- (rhymes with push) ton.” William Hosch and his brothers founded Hoschton in 1881, and he built the first house there.

Things To Do in the Hoschton/Braselton Area

Hoschton is located less than 2 miles to the city of Braselton and shares many of the same local attractions and events.

West Jackson Park at Hoschton

Local Park features walking trails, playground, tennis courts, lighted baseball/softball fields, batting cages and multiple covered pavilions with picnic tables.

Reunion Country Club & Golf

The championship par 72 course designed by Michael Riley provides a challenging experience for golfers of all levels, playing from 5004 yards to 6936 yards from the back tee. There is also a large driving range and putting green.

Sell’s Mill Park

Offers a large covered pavilion with picnic tables, playground and walking trails. The Mill building can also be rented for small events.

Braselton Town Green

Central park that hosts events including movies under the stars, live music, holiday celebrations and more.

Braselton Trolley

Hop aboard and explore all the city has to offer. Visit destinations from the Braselton Brothers Department Store in historic downtown to Chateau Elan and all things in between.

Braselton Antique and Artisan Festival

Award-winning antique and artisan festival combines the best of antique shopping with great food, live music and unique finds. This bi-annual event has even grown to host pop-up events throughout the year.

Historic Downtown Braselton 

In addition to local shopping and dining, enjoy year-round activities from family friendly movies, to outdoor concerts, antique and art festivals and several holiday events. With revitalization efforts underway the town is actively adding new features while highlighting the small-town charm residents and visitors have come to know and love.

Braselton Gallery

Located in Downtown Braselton, this gallery features folk art and fine art from more than 35 local artists. Works include decorative and functional pottery, oil and acrylic paintings, graphite drawings, knitted and crocheted items, beaded bracelets and necklaces, custom handmade wood jewelry, metal sculpture, photography and many other custom art pieces.

Braselton Farmers Market

Located on Davis Street in historic Downtown, enjoy some of North Georgia’s finest locally sourced provisions from homemade goods to farm-fresh produce. The summer market is held every Friday from June through the first three weeks of August, and year-round every third Friday from January to May and September to November.

Chateau Elan Winery and Resort

Spanning 3,500 acres of rolling hills and wooded forests, Chateau Elan is North Georgia’s premier destination resort. This sprawling property features multiple restaurants, professionally staffed golf and tennis clubs, a world-class spa, and more. Chateau Elan Winery has emerged as one of the largest and most awarded wineries on the East Coast offering more than 30 wines produced with grapes grown in their Braselton and south of Georgia vineyards, as well as grapes hand-picked and transported from California’s Lake County and Clarksburg regions. The North Georgia winery is open daily for guided tours and tastings, as well as one-of-a-kind private events.

Road Atlanta

Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta offers fast-paced entertainment. The facility hosts a wide variety of events, including professional and amateur sports car and motorcycle races, racing and driving schools, corporate programs and testing for motorsports teams.

Slow Water

Slow Water is a family owned kayaking and tubing outfitter on the Broad River that was established in 2000. River trips are family and dog friendly.  They have a fleet of kayaks as well as tubes ready for a day on the river.