The Shumacher Group, Inc. and Steve Josovitz leased the Dunwoody Farm House today located at 5455 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338in the heart of Dunwoody. Steve Josovitz of The Shumacher Group, Inc. represented the Dunwoody Preservation Trust in long term lease.
Dunwoody has one of the highest income residential area in the country. Only a minute drive to the Perimeter Mall and Office marketplace. The Dunwoody Farmhouse, also known as the Cheek-Spruill Farmhouse, is a historic focal point in the Dunwoody Village. The house, built in 1906, is listed on the national register for historic properties and comes fully turnkey and perfect for tea room, wine bistro, private events, cafe, retail or office. Space is 2829/sf with 34 dedicated parking spaces and tons of adjacent properties to negotiate additional parking.
- Dunwoody Village: Dunwoody Village is the historic heart of the community, and the location of the iconic Dunwoody Farmhouse. The distinctive Colonial Williamsburg architectural style of the district originated with the construction of Dunwoody Village Shopping Center in the 1970s, for which the district gets its name. Since then, all other construction in the area followed suit, giving Dunwoody a unique architectural identity and sense of place.
- Perimeter Center: Perimeter Center is the major edge city and neighborhood that has formed around Perimeter Mall. The mall was developed in 1971, spurring major office, residential, and commercial developments in the decades since. It is one of Metro Atlanta’s largest job centers, employing hundreds of thousands of people each day. Perimeter Mall and approximately 40 percent of the Perimeter Community Improvement District, is a self-taxing district ofshopping and office buildings (including several high-rises), are both located in Dunwoody. The western part of Perimeter Center edge city spans the Fulton county line into Sandy Springs. The tallest building in Dunwoody is the 34-story Ravinia 3, at 444 feet (135 m). Perimeter Center is located at the intersection of two major highways, GA 400 and I-285. The Dunwoody Transit Station provides public transit to the district.