March 22, 2024

Exploring the Charm of Le Jardin: A Neighborhood Spotlight in the City of South Fulton, GA

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Exploring the Charm of Le Jardin: A Neighborhood Spotlight in the City of South Fulton, GA

Green River Builders is delighted to raise the curtain on one of our newest luxury communities, Le Jardin, in South Fulton, GA. This sprawling gated master-planned community is broken into two distinctive sections: Tapestry and Giverny. Green River Builders will soon launch construction in Giverny, and we are preselling homesites now. Beyond the opportunity to own a beautifully designed and crafted home by Green River Builders, here are a few more compelling reasons to consider a move to Le Jardin…

Location and Accessibility

Le Jardin is situated in up-and-coming South Fulton, encompassing 94 square miles at the Southern tip of Atlanta. Once a sleepy bedroom community for commuting professionals in Downtown Atlanta and pilots, flight attendants, and support staff for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the city was identified in 2022 as the fastest-growing city in Georgia in terms of population. Highly accessible, it offers convenience to I-285, I-85, and I-75.  

Architectural Diversity

Green River Builders is proud to bring seven stunning floor plans – in a variety of elevations – to Le Jardin. With four-sides brick exteriors, each 5-bedroom home will feature two-story foyers for a grand entrance, 9’ ceilings on the main floor to enhance the sense of spaciousness, hardwood floors in the foyer and formal dining room, a coffered ceiling with crown molding and a fireplace in the family room for a luxurious air of welcome, and so much more. Gourmet kitchens showcase granite countertops, stained wood cabinetry, hardwood floors, and large island for meal prep, dining, and socializing. Some plans feature a sitting room in the Owner’s Retreat, and all come complete with an elegant tray ceiling and spa-inspired Owner’s Bath with free-standing tub and walk-in closet. Price points start in the Low $700s.  

Community Atmosphere

As the name might suggest, Le Jardin is inspired by the French Countryside. Translating to “the garden,” the community’s developer envisioned the gardens depicted in many of Claude Monet’s paintings. The community’s landscape architects traveled to France for research before bringing back a stunning design anchored in tranquility with a series of gardens, parks, gazebos, and walking paths. At the heart of Giverny are two lakes that enhance the landscape and serene aesthetic.

Green Spaces and Outdoor Activities

Offering a mix of green spaces and lakeside views, Le Jardin is ideal for homeowners who love to spend time in the Great Outdoors. Beyond the boundaries of the gated community, South Fulton local amenities include a treasure trove of excellent parks, including Boundary Waters Aquatic Center, Cochran Mill Park, and Dog River Reservoir, as well as several golf and country clubs.  

Education and Schools

Families with school-age children living in Le Jardin will be granted access to Fulton County Schools, including Cliftondale Elementary, Renaissance Middle, and Langston Hughes High Schools – Home of the Panthers. For those who prefer a private school educational experience, there are several highly regarded schools near Le Jardin South Fulton, including Arlington Christian School, Chapel Hill Christian School, and Omega Private Academy, among others.  

Perhaps the most compelling reason to consider a move to Le Jardin is that Green River Builders is preselling now in this exciting Fulton County community! To be added to our VIP list, please email our sales team at For those prospective homebuyers and Atlanta real estate professionals who’d like to learn more about Green River Builders and our other communities throughout Metro Atlanta, we invite you to visit us at  

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