Homestead at Hog Mountain
A Traditional Neighborhood Development
Homestead at Hog Mountain
I am very pleased and honored to be part of the sales and marketing team for Homestead at Hog Mountain.
The story of Hog Mountain goes back more than 200 years when the area near Hamilton Mill was the crossroads for farmers driving their hogs to the market. The county’s first Inn and trading post, The Hog Mountain House, was located at the current intersection of Braselton Hwy and Dacula Road.
In 2015, a group of investors set out with a vision to create something different. A Traditional Neighborhood Development that was community based and blended traditional and modern design principles. They purchased 66 acres in the area and began the journey to bring you Homestead at Hog Mountain.
Homestead at Hog Mountain is a uniquely designed community intended to look and feel as if it naturally evolved over the course of the last two centuries. The development will seamlessly blend residential, commercial, and public spaces, and although it will feature amazing farmhouse, low country, and southern classical style homes, it’s focus remains on walkability, beauty, tradition and a sense of community.
Cottage home plans and reservations are now available!
Most of our Cottage Lot homes will overlook a beautiful pocket park that will make you feel like you live on vacation. These homes, built by Front Porch Builders, LLC, will feature our main floor plans and are designed with historic and regional integrity, as well as all of the modern and innovative conveniences. Elevations include a Farmhouse, Low Country, or Southern Classical architectural pattern and have been individually selected for the best over-all design and placement for each lot to help us build a truly picturesque neighborhood.
Only 10 Homes will be available on our initial release. Contact me to learn more
Preserve and Estate lots available for reservation!
As part of the Homestead at Hog Mountain's design plan, there will be 18 Preserve and Estate lots for sale. While there will be standard plans to choose from for the Cottage, Vista, and Village sections, the Preserve and Estate lots will offer homeowners the opportunity to custom build their dream homes on a larger one acre+ lot, some offering beautiful creek side views.
Lot reservations are available; however, inventory is limited. Contact me to reserve yours today!
What is a "Spice" lot?
At Homestead at Hog mountain, there will be three main design styles, Farmhouse, Low Country, and Southern Classic that make up the main ingredients of the development. "Spice" style homes will add some zest, kind of like how the peppers, onions, thyme, and other spice adds a dash o flavor to an amazing dish. If too much of one ingredient is used, the dish is bland. If too much spice is used, the dish is ruined.
In the design plan of our first phase, there will be three of these Spice Lots for sale. These lots, identified on our site plan as lots 18, 22, and 24, will be for custom home builds in the pocket park area that will be different from the main design styles but still in accordance with our Pattern Book and will offer an alternative to our Estate and Preserve lot sections.
To learn more, please enjoy our video from our Pattern Book designer, Mike Thompson that explain more about our community Pattern Book (see below) and an introduction to our Spice lots.
What is a Pattern Book?
To keep within the design plan principals of Homestead at Hog Mountain, all home plans, designs, and placements are to be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Review Board before construction begins. The Pattern Book has been crafted as a reference for Owners, Designers, and Builders to illustrate the types of design styles, elements, and principals upon which Homestead at Hog Mountain was founded and to guide future development.
HHM Builders Guild
Builders for the custom builds in the Preserve and Estate section must be approved by the Architectural Review Board. To expedite the process for our buyers, we have developed a list of Builders that are members of our
Builders Guild and are familiar with the design features and requirements for the neighborhood. Check out their Bio's to learn more.
Architectural Review Process
All homes in Homestead at Hog Mountain are to be built in accordance with the Community Pattern Book. Preserve and Estate Lot home plans must be approved by the Architectural Review Board prior to construction to ensure compliance to these guidelines. The link below includes the general process. Should you have additional questions, please contact me.
In order to have plans to submit to the Architectural Review Board to review, they must first be designed. We have a list of talented preferred architects that are familiar with designing homes for Traditional Neighborhood Developments. Check out their portfolios and choose the one that is right for you!