According to Walk Score, the website that measures the walkability of any address and helps people find a walkable place to live, Mount Vernon Towers’ Walk Score is 80 – which translates into “Very Walkable.”
Thanks to its outstanding location in the heart of Sandy Springs, residents who live at the independent senior living community on Johnson Ferry Road are less than a mile from restaurants, grocery stores, parks, shopping and entertainment. This Walk Score is one of the highest for senior communities in the entire Atlanta area, and just one of the reasons that Mount Vernon Towers is one of the most desirable residential options for seniors looking to move from their original homes.
Chris Peterson, Executive Director of Mount Vernon Towers, explains that this is especially the case since:
- Homes are appreciating and sales prices are increasing, so people are more eager to sell;
- Interest rates are still relatively low, so buyers are eager to move quickly; and
- Availability of quality senior communities in the greater Atlanta area is limited.
“We continue to see a healthy demand for our one- and two-bedroom condominiums,” according to Mr. Peterson. “Our current inventory is going fast, and sales are brisk. Location and walkability are major deciding factors for many of our residents to move here; we are close to main traffic arteries, hospitals, churches, excellent neighborhoods – and for many residents, also close to their children and grandchildren.”
Now is the time to make the move to Mount Vernon Towers. Please call to make a reservation for a private tour soon: 404-255-3534.
About Mount Vernon Towers:
Mount Vernon Towers is an established senior condominium community in the heart of Sandy Springs, one of Atlanta’s most desirable and convenient neighborhoods near. It offers a number of different floor plans, a variety of activities and social events, excellent dining and 24-hour security, as well as a 26-bed personal care community: Sandy Springs Assisted Living.
“Gracious Independent Living for the Young at Heart”