Jamestown Home on Scarlet Drive in Alpharetta Sold by The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team


WASHINGTON, D.C. – January 20, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — This home on Scarlet Drive sold for $353,615 which was over $10,000 more than the listing price. The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team real estate agents were excited to help the new homeowners purchase this property in the sought after community of Jamestown.

This Jamestown home, sold by The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team, is measured at 2,800 square feet and has 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 full bathrooms. This home is a two story brick family home with a lot size under 1/3 acres. This home was built in 2014. This Greenbriar model has a open main level design offering a spacious kitchen complete with a large center island and a cozy family room. The large owners suite has a fantastic walk-in closet and the new owners are thrilled to find the laundry room is located on the second level.

The Providence Group is the homebuilder and their website states, “Jamestown offers a “lock and leave” lifestyle in a beautiful gated swim and tennis community in Forsyth County”. The community has a beautfiul collection of large three and four-bedroom single-family detached homes including Garden Homes with amazing landscaping and rear entry garages, and Manor Style Homes with carriage style front entry garages and basements options. Jamestown also has available two and three story townhomes. All homes come with professional landscape maintenance included and townhomes provide exterior maintenance as well offering a fantastic low maintenance lifestyle! Singles, couples and families find the swim/tennis community offers everything including a short drive to Highway Georgia 400 and local shopping.

The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team of Keller Williams Realty North Atlanta take getting North Atlanta homes sold very seriously. They continually strive toward their motto of “Your Happiness Is Our Main Concern.” The Mary Ellen Vanaken team was started and is owned by Mary Ellen Vanaken. The team of five consists of team leader Mary Ellen Vanaken, two buyers agents, a marketing coordinator and team administrative assistant. Buying a home is probably the largest investment you will ever make, whether you are buying your first home or are upgrading to a larger home. The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team are experts in the North Atlanta area, and bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate here. It’s not the same everywhere, so you need someone you can trust for up-to-date information. Our team is eager to serve you

About Mary Ellen Vanaken
Mary Ellen Vanaken, Team Leader of The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team, was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City. For the past 20 years, she has been living in the Alpharetta, Georgia with her husband and daughter. International travel and business are her passions and she loves to go to as many different countries of the world as possible and to indulge in the culture.

Mary Ellen has an outgoing personality and is known to be aggressive in marketing real estate. Her goal is to make YOU happy and she knows that buying and selling houses can be very stressful. Her job is to make it as stress-free as possible. With her background in accounting and finance, she will be able to help you find the best value your money can buy.

Her professional associations and certifications include Atlanta Board of Realtors, Leadership Council for Keller Williams Realty, CIPS (Certified International Property Specialist) and CFIS (Certified Foreign Investor Specialist) as well as being a member of KWGPS (Keller Williams Realty Global Property Specialist). In the past several years, Mary Ellen has worked to achieve several additional designations including CLHMS (Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist), SFR (Short Sale and Foreclosure Specialist and is e-Pro Certified.

The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team
The Mary Ellen Vanaken Team
Keller Williams North Atlanta
5780 Windward Parkway
Suite 100
Alpharetta, Ga 30005

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