Eagle Glen is a swim and tennis community located in the city of Woodstock, Georgia. Established in 1993 by Venture Homes, the community of Eagle Glen is conveniently located in Towne Lake – a beautiful master planned development. Convenience is second to none – where you will find Town Center Mall, Lake Allatoona, strong schools and a variety of churches. Amenities are made available to all homeowners such as a 1,800 square foot swimming pool, regulation tennis courts and a playground. Also available are a neighborhood watch program, annual neighborhood parties in the spring and summer and a true focus on family – a special quality that is not found all too often. If that wasn't enough – golf courses, parks and Lake Allatoona are just minutes away.
Eagle Glen is one of the very few communities in the surrounding area that is able to maintain such a high level of standards and amenities with less than 200 homes. To ensure the highest levels of standards are maintained for all homeowners – the Eagle Glen Homeowners Association is an active and supportive group to the community. The Eagle Glen Homeowners Association consists of volunteers; volunteers who are actual homeowners in Eagle Glen. Benefits include a unified voice for civic interest, an improved quality of life for everyone and a genuine interest to the protection of property values of all Eagle Glen homeowners.
From its inception, Venture Homes had the vision to develop the community based upon great service, quality and craftsmanship. J.D. Power and Associates took notice and ranked Venture Homes as the “Highest in Customer Satisfaction With New Home Builders in Atlanta” for 2002. Eagle Glen has a wonderful setting in the beautiful city of Woodstock, Georgia. Approximately 30 miles north of Atlanta, the agricultural town of Woodstock was founded in 1897 with 300 residents spread out across 960 acres. Woodstock is the fastest growing city in Cherokee County, Georgia; a place where growth is managed with initiatives such as a The Big Creel Greenway Trail – a 40 acre nature park that is currently under development and a historic, quaint City Park to remember the past. Thank you for visiting!