Villas at Pleasant Wood TownhomesThis incredible townhome community is located just off I-20 and only 2 miles to I-285. Get the space you need and the features you want most including stainless steel appliances and all electric utilities. These new homes are low maintenance so you'll have time to do the things you really want to do throughout the Atlanta metro. Enjoy open concept designs perfect for entertaining, plus private bedrooms and plenty of storage. Low maintenance and spacious, this incredible three-bedroom townhome design is built for today's lifestyles. And you will never be too far from home with Home Is Connected.® Your new home is built with an industry leading suite of smart home products that keep you connected with the people and place you value most. Open the door to flex space that is ideal for formal dining or a home office. The centrally located kitchen allows for bar stool seating and opens to the family room. A convenient powder room is also on the main. Upstairs offers a private bedroom suite with dedicated bath plus gracious secondary bedrooms with lots of closet space and laundry. Photos used for illustrative purposes and do not depict actual home.
School Districts Near Home
Public | PK-5
Chapel Hill Middle
Public | 6-8
Southwest DeKalb High
Public | 9-12
Find Your New Home in Decatur, Georgia
The history of Decatur is rich and storied. It was incorporated in 1823 and named for Commodore Stephen Decatur, Jr., a 19th century U.S. Naval hero. It is also the county seat of DeKalb County. Decatur offers a traditional small-town feel but with the excitement of a both a college town and a popular place to visit adjacent to the bustling city of Atlanta.
A Special Southern Town
Decatur’s motto is “A City of Homes, Schools and Places of Worship". And there’s so much more in Decatur to explore. From its college campuses that include the world-renowned Emory University, Agnes Scott College, and Columbia Theological Seminary, to the many restaurants, pubs, local boutiques and more.
Things To Do
As tempting as next-door Downtown Atlanta is, you’ll find so much to do in Decatur that you might never want to leave DeKalb County! Public transit, including bus & rail service from MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority), serves all of Decatur as well. So you can easily access all of the fun things around town - including:
Bike Decatur: If being outdoors on your bike is your passion, Decatur is located on the P.A.T.H Foundation Stone Mountain trail, a 19-mile shared-use trail.
McKoy Park: Featuring a "beach entry" access pool with lap lanes for adults. In addition to McKoy Park, Decatur has 57 acres of developed parks with playgrounds, picnic tables, tennis courts, and nature trails. And many of these are dog-friendly!
Pubs, restaurants, and concert venues: The nightlife in Decatur is second to none. There are so many places to eat, drink, and be merry! And did you know that Decatur is where many famous musical acts got their start? Including the legendary Indigo Girls, Shawn Mullins, Sugarland, and John Mayer.
DeKalb History Center: Fall in love with this remarkable city and then stop by the DeKalb History Center to learn more about it.