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All Aboard! Next Stop Peachtree Station

Peachtree Station has always been a highly desirable neighborhood.

5783 Martech Court is priced at $359,900 shown by appointment.
5783 Martech Court is priced at $359,900 shown by appointment.

By Nancy Minor

From time to time I like to share information about various neighborhoods in our area. This week I’ll focus on Peachtree Station in the heart of the City of Peachtree Corners. I will share a little history of Peachtree Station as I’ve seen it grow and mature. Don’t miss the report on the present real estate market in the neighborhood. It may be time for you to make a move.

Peachtree Station was the vision of Jim Cowart. Anyone who has lived in the area knows what he has contributed to the area. When Dunwoody was beginning to run out of land Cowart saw an opportunity to expand to a new undeveloped area named Peachtree Corners.

Horse farms and trailers were all part of the makeup of the area. Peachtree Station was among the first to be developed. There are approximately 600 homes in the neighborhood.

When Cowart started developing he was one of the first to offer beautiful entry ways and amenity packages. Little did he dream that his vision would lead to award winning swim teams with ribbons lining the walls of the children’s rooms.

There are also the dedicated tennis players who consistently send teams to get their silver plates. He selected builders with care and all were required to adhere to his quality guidelines.

I would be remiss in not mentioning the Peachtree Station Homeowners Association. In the first few years Peachtree Station was a voice not only for Peachtree Station but for the entire Peachtree Corners area. They were instrumental in many zoning issues, protecting property values in the area. As Peachtree Corners expanded the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association was formed to carry on this work.

Peachtree Station shares the name of the train station just north of downtown Atlanta.. Naming the streets in a subdivision can be challenging but not for Jim Cowart who named each street for a small town in South Georgia. Get a map and check off the towns. All are small communities, whistle stops like Peachtree Station. Have you ever been through Flippen, Georgia or Allenhurst, Georgia?

It has always been a highly desirable neighborhood. Families love the tree lined streets, large lots and the constantly updated and improved amenity package.

The home pictured is example of homes in Peachtree Station. This is the only home available for sale as I write this article.

5783 Martech Court is priced at $359,900 shown by appointment.

For additional information about homes in the area contact Nancy Minor at 404-955-7653 or nancy@minor.net. You can find us on the web at PeachtreeCorners.com.

Amreeta Regmi February 02, 2014 at 11:37 AM
Nancy, thank you for writing this piece about Peachtree Station. As the President of the Peachtree Station Homeowners Association (PSHA), it was refreshing to read the historical background on our subdivision and marvel on the uniqueness of this community. Indeed, as your article points out, we are fantastic in terms of our location, size and the amenities that we offer. Plus, you can’t beat the cohesiveness of our community! We continue to advocate for issues that directly impact us. Our records indicate that we have 717 homes. Our dedicated voluntary HOA Board oversees the beautification of our eight gateways, maintenance of entrances with annual and perennial plantings, as well as the supervision of electrical lighting and irrigation systems. There are several benefits associated with joining the PSHA. Participation of homeowners helps increase property value, beautify gateways and enables access to our Swim and Tennis Club. PSHA is a voluntary association. Our goal is to strive for 100 percent membership participation. Please visit our website for additional information at http//www.peachtreestation.org and encourage new home buyers to join PSHA.

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