Yes, I know I just did a post about Mimosa last month, but this neighborhood is shaping up to be something very special, and I’m thrilled to be representing these new homes. While there’s much to get excited about in terms of the homes themselves, it’s their location that just continues to blow me away. And here’s what I mean by that…
Sitting on Mimosa Boulevard, which runs through the heart of Historic Roswell, this cozy little development is located just steps from the very homes that shaped Roswell’s rich and storied history:
Bulloch Hall (1839): The home of Theodore Roosevelt’s mother – Marth Bulloch. Theodore visited the home in 1905.
Barrington Hall (1839): The home of Barrington King who founded Roswell along with his father Roswell King.
The Gardens at Great Oaks (1842): Built by Reverend Nathaniel Pratt (founder of Roswell Presbyterian Church) as a wedding gift for his bride, Catherine King (daughter of Roswell King).
Primrose Cottage (1839): Built for Roswell King’s daughter, Eliza King, this was the first permanent private home in Roswell.
Mimosa Hall (1847): The City of Roswell just agreed to purchase this historic home at the end of Mimosa Blvd in June when it hit the market for the first time in 70 years. The sale is still pending.
In addition to its proximately to the historical homes of Roswell, the neighborhood is also surrounded by a endless variety of entertainment and dining options – all of which are within just a few blocks:
There are over 50 restaurants within a 5-10 minute walk, including:
Pearl Raw Bar
Little Alley Steak
Roux on Canton
The Real Fix Pizzeria
Diesel Pizza and Pub
Table and Main
Swallow at the Hollow
The Fickle Pickle
Rice Thai Cuisine
The Roswell Tap
The Mill Kitchen and Bar
Public house of Roswell
Spiced Right Ribhouse
Over a dozen Art Galleries within walking distance, including:
Ford Smith Gallery
SLM Studio & Gallery
Synergy Fine Art
Ann Jackson Gallery
Vinings Gallery on Canton
Taylor Kinzel Gallery
Peter Brandi Gallery
Wild Oats & Billy Goats
Timothy Michael Gallery
Muse & Co. Fine Art
And more than a half dozen Coffee Shops, including:
Crazy Love Coffee Shop
Sugar Shack in the Back
Additionally, the neighborhood allows for unparalleled access to a variety of community events hosted in the heart of Roswell.
Roswell Community Events – within walking distance:
Alive After 5 – 3rd Thursday of month (April –October) – Canton Street
First Friday Art Walks – 1st Friday of each month – Canton Street
March – Roswell Beer Festival – Historic Town Square
April – Roswell Cycling Festival and the Historic Roswell Criterium
September – Roswell Arts Festival – Historic Town Square
October – Roswell Wine Festival – Canton Street
November – December – Christmas in Roswell – tours, performances and holiday events throughout Roswell
There is simply no other community in all of Atlanta with direct access to the history, community, and entertainment options that Mimosa provides. This truly is a once in a lifetime opportunity …with only 6 availabilities.
More Information on Mimosa…
The luxury townhomes in Mimosa were recently featured on Atlanta’s Best New Homes:
And you can check out the listings for the townhomes here:
And the 2 remaining single family homes here:
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