Hunters Glen

a TTW Golden Heritage Development

— 1990 —

One of the first developments off Horseleg Creek Road when headed southwest is Hunters Glen. Brooke Temple and Wayne Robinson teamed up to develop farmland adjacent to the Coosa River on property once owned by the Petropoles — a notable Greek-American family steeped in Rome history.

From a single grand entrance via Autumn Chase, the neighborhood opens around a large circle. Along Forest Meadow is a collection of more than 25 beautifully-appointed executive custom homes on oversized lots in a mix of Georgian, traditional, contemporary ranch and other styles. These spacious residences feature open-concept floor plans with custom kitchens, high-end finishes, large owner’s suites and private back yards. Each home has its own unique stately curb appeal outside, with warm, inviting spaces inside.

Hunters Glen affords comfortable luxury for Romans at any stage in life. With its gorgeous architecture, mature professional landscaping, and close proximity to Shorter Avenue and Downtown Rome, it continues to be a sought-after neighborhood.

Hunters Glen is a TTW Golden Heritage Development. Click here to learn more about the role of Toles, Temple & Wright in the real estate development of Rome and Floyd County.


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