The properties, which were listed earlier this week, are less than a mile from Amaris Bank Amphitheatre and offer easy access to Ga. 400, according to Lennar's listings.
“Homeowners will enjoy the convenience of these low-maintenance townhomes, desirable interior features and swim amenities,” the listing touts.
The homes also come equipped with build-in bookshelves, a fireplace and a backyard patio.
Since its 2014 debut, Avalon and the development that has sprung up around it, have changed the game for mixed-use living outside the Perimeter.
The 86-acre development has more than 500,000 square feet of retail space, a movie theater, conference space and a hotel.
In addition to the on-site residents, it has also attracted surrounding developments like the Artisan townhomes.
Elsewhere in Alpharetta, the 135-acre mixed-use development, known as Halcyon, continues to come to life.
The $370 million mini-city, located in southern Forsyth County is about 25 miles from downtown Atlanta, joined mixed-used developments like Avalon and the North Point Mall project, when it opened last year.
Alpharetta-area homes for sale: