Acworth, GA 30102. Cherokee County. —Directions: Bells Ferry Rd to Red Barn Rd to Redbarn Lane & Princeton Court.
Fee simple, backyards, HOA. Amenities include swimming pool, clubhouse for parties/special events, & maintenance of lawn. Enjoy hiking, biking trails & more at nearby Rope Mill Park & Lake Allatoona! Downtown Woodstock is minutes away.
Carmel Elementary, Woodstock Middle, Woodstock High.
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Recently Sold (No Longer on Market)
Oct/2022- 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Townhome at $277,000
Apr/2022- 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Townhome at $273,000
Apr/2022- 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Townhome at $265,000
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Wilshire Commons in Acworth (Bells Ferry Rd.) is a community of townhomes built 2005-06 by Capital Design & Const.. 2-story floor plans with 2-3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1 car garages. An under rated feature of Wilshire Commons are the double wide park pads for each townhome that allow space for 2 cars! Guest parking is often scare in 1 car garage townhome communities. Not here! Fee simple ownership with low monthly HOA dues. Lower Cherokee County property taxes, yet near the Cobb County line. Wilshire Commons was finished out by DR Horton in 2016 with new single family homes
Typically there are a couple townhomes for sale in Wilshire Commons each year. If you would like to purchase a townhome here or sell your townhome, contact me and let’s discuss how I can help you.
*Information herein not warranted or guaranteed, subject to errors & omissions. I am not affiliated with the management company or HOA for this community.
Townhomes listed for sale in Wilshire Commons are pictured below.
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