Hampton Preserve TownhomesComing Summer 2022! Pricing is currently TBD. Pricing for our new homes will be released during the pre-grand opening phase. Located just minutes from historic McDonough Square, Hampton Preserve is in a prime location convenient to local shopping and dining as well as easy access to I-75. Offering new townhomes featuring 3 bedrooms, these open concept designs feature spacious kitchens, casual dining and private bedroom suites. 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. Do not miss this opportunity to live where you love in sought after Henry County.
School Districts Near Home
Wesley Lakes Elementary
Public | PK-5
Public | 6-8
Public | 9-12
Nearby Communities (6)
Homes from the $425s
2,920 - 4,364 sq. ft.
Amenities: Tennis, Water Front or Access, Club House, Pool
Homes from the $351s
1,774 - 2,816 sq. ft.
Amenities: Dog Park, Walking - Nature Trails, Cabana, Pool
Homes from the $449s
2,567 - 3,661 sq. ft.
Amenities: Gated, HOA, Playground, Cabana, Pool
Find Your New D.R. Horton Home in McDonough, Georgia
Situated about 30 miles south of Atlanta, its population was 22,084 at the 2010 census. The town was named for naval officer Commodore Thomas Macdonough and founded in 1823. There is a traditional town square design, with historic buildings surrounding the square still intact. The county courthouse and historic jail are on the north side near the Welcome Center in an historically maintained Standard Oil service station that was built in 1920. The station also houses the Main Street Program Office and Hospitality and Tourism Office.
Henry County/McDonough is sometimes called the “Mother of Counties” as its original land area stretched from near Indian Springs in the south to the Chattahoochee River near Sandy Springs in the north. Within a year of its creation, Henry County/McDonough was broken up to form all or parts of 8 different counties.
Things To Do in McDonough
Heritage Park Veterans Museum
Tours are led by veterans who share the stories about the owners of the museum’s collection of historical items, which includes vehicles, military memorabilia, uniforms and more ranging from World War I to the present. The museum’s library invites guests to explore dioramas of important moments in America’s military history, while the chapel provides a place for reflection and paying respect to fallen heroes. Plan a visit to the Veterans Wall of Honor before leaving the park. Tours are available Monday through Saturday.
Southern Belle Farm
Summertime visitors can enjoy U-pick strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and peaches, In the spring, guests can visit with chicks, cows, goats and other animal friends at Belle’s Barn. Celebrate fall with corn mazes, pumpkin picking and hayrides, and once winter arrives, kids can visit with Santa, snack on homemade cookies and enjoy Christmas carols.
Cotton Fields Golf Club
When you’re ready to play a few rounds, this 150-acre, 18-hole course offers a challenging par-72 golf course. While you’re there, enjoy the practice greens, visit the pro shop to stock up on essential gear and stop by the snack bar.
Sky Zone McDonough
This indoor trampoline park offers the weightlessness of bouncing, flipping, and landing in a pit filled with 10,000 foam cubes.
The Selfie Xperience
Henry County’s first selfie studio. They have over 3700 sq. ft. of picture-perfect space with over 30 different wall designs.
The ultimate indoor playground for your entire family. This entertainment venue features climbing walls, dodgeball, DropZone, laser tag arena, trampolines, ropes course, virtual reality, and more.
The Original Shane’s Rib Shack
You can find over 70 Shane’s Rib Shack locations throughout the South, but McDonough is home to the original. The doors opened in 2002, serving up ribs, pork, chicken and more with Big Dad’s original BBQ sauce. And don’t forget a bowl of peach cobbler for dessert.