• Hoyt Hill by the river
    Hoyt Hill by the river

    A brand-new development in the heart of historic downtown Rome, GA, HOYT HILL by the river is unique to the city. Designed by Bill Jones Architecture and developed by Jack Pearson Construction, it offers upscale townhomes complete with beautiful, luxurious interiors and scenic views of the river. Located on West 1st Street, this historic hill is just a walk away from retail shops, fine dining, and picturesque trails along the river.

  • The Bluffs
    The Bluffs

    The Bluffs is a gated, covenant-restricted development located just across the Georgia-Alabama state line in Northeast Alabama attracting buyers who are seeking a private, upscale permanent or second home setting.

  • North Quarters
    North Quarters

    A new Green Space concept with sidewalks and tree-lined streets.

  • Stone Haven
    Stone Haven

    Modern elegance without the pace of modern day life.

  • Battle Farm
    Battle Farm

    80 Custom homes on spectacular farm, Armuchee School District

  • Stratford

    Elegant country living minutes from town. 3 acre estate tracts just over the Floyd County line in Bartow County.

  • Mountain Crest
    Mountain Crest

    In-Town residential community with spectacular views of Rome in along a majestic mountainside. centrally located at Mount Alto.

  • Edenfield Estates
    Edenfield Estates

    Rome's best kept secret with amazing views of mountain ranges and meadows below. 50 acre common area on Silver Creek.

  • Spring Creek Farms
    Spring Creek Farms

    A seven mile drive from Rome featuring tracts 3 to 6 acres of beautiful pasture and wooded lots.

  • North River Farm
    North River Farm

    Secluded, protected estate-size mini-farms comprise this unique residential community designed for the conservation and enjoyment of the surrounding natural resources.

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