Fern Park. The name is quite apt since part of the 25 acre park, the centerpiece of the neighborhood is filled with ferns along with hardwoods, pines, wild flowers, creeks, rolling hills, deer, and maybe even a bear or two.
Another thing that makes Fern Park different is that it's energy-efficient homes. Some have solar panels that power their electric water heaters and all have energy-saving and environmentally friendly features such as cellulose insulation and VOC building products. You sort of expect this type of subdivision in an urban setting, not 5 miles off a main highway.
We've been residents of Fern Park since April and love our new home and, of course Fern Park.Twenty-five acres of the park are a wildlife preserve registered with the Audubon Society. In the park are walking trails, a wildflower meadow, a community vegetable garden, a large pavilion with outdoor grills, and lots of open space to walk your dogs or just sit in a pavilion chair and enjoy nature.
If you want an idyllic spot in the Ga. Mountain area, come to Fern Park. We've got a home for sell and several lots, too.