The tradition of innovation continues with The New American Home 2002: a move-up plantation-style cottage with colorful Caribbean appeal. Inspired by the low-country havens of Georgia, the home is designed to appeal to both move-up families and move-down buyers. Showcasing the latest in new-home products and energy efficiency, the home offers builders a compelling example of how to combine timeless good style and high technology with energy-saving innovations for the 21st-century family.

To seduce buyers with charm, Atlanta's John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods built TNAH 2002 as a plantation-style cottage with island-inspired whimsy. While the elevation points to the past, the bold interiors trumpet 21st-century design and the latest in new-home technology.
To seduce buyers with charm, Atlanta's John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods built TNAH 2002 as a plantation-style cottage with island-inspired whimsy. While the elevation points to the past, the bold interiors trumpet 21st-century design and the latest in new-home technology.

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