By Laura Camper / email@example.com
An international real estate investment company has made an investment in rural Coweta County.
Walton Global, a real estate investment company founded in 1979 in Canada, has purchased 517 acres outside of Sharpsburg to develop into a planned community, according to a statement released by the company.
The project, called Adamson, is expected to add more than 1,000 single-family homes, parks and playgrounds, walking trails, a clubhouse and pool.
“When we were searching for land within this MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area), we felt the Adamson property would support locals and out-of-state buyers alike (who) have shown a strong interest in finding homes in this growing part of the Atlanta region,” said Michael Viers, Land Manager for Georgia and Tennessee at Walton Global, said in the written statement. “The location is prime for everything this area has to offer.”
The property is within a 50-minute commute to downtown Atlanta and 20 minutes from the shopping and recreation available in Newnan and Peachtree City.
“Walton Global has continued success in Georgia to support the ongoing population growth and home demand in the state,” the statement said. “In 2022, Walton sold land to a leading homebuilder in the city of Dallas in Paulding County that is slated to bring an anticipated 652 homes to the market and land in Braselton in Jackson County that is set for approximately 335 single-family residences.”