Peachtree Station Market Update

Did you know that 97 people a day are moving to the Atlanta area? Not everyone chooses to live in the city. In fact, there is a solid demand for homes in the suburbs. Many buyers want space for activities such as working from home, schooling from home, and entertaining & gathering — both indoors and outdoors. Some simply want a bigger yard, with more private outdoor space for themselves and their families. Homes in Peachtree Station neighborhood meet all these criteria and and have even more to offer! We have an impressive seller’s real estate market in my neighborhood…Peachtree Station subdivision, in Peachtree Corners, Georgia.

Peachtree Station neighborhood homes are always in high demand, but inventory is currently low. This is creating attractive selling prices for homeowners. Here is a snapshot of the Peachtree Station real estate market:

The following charts present a more detailed look at recent market activity in Peachtree Station, including active listings, pending sales, and recent sales. There has been a lot of fascinating activity lately, to say the least!




If you live in Peachtree Station, I hope you have found something of interest in this Market Update. As you can see, there are very few homes on the market right now, and due to the nature of our subdivision, plus the highly-rated schools, wonderful local parks, and vibrant Town Center, Peachtree Corners neighborhoods are attracting buyers.

If you live in a different neighborhood and would like a Market Update for your own neighborhood, please comment below or send me an email elizabethkay.pinder@harrynorman.com — I’d be happy to create a complimentary Market Update for you!

As a Harry Norman Realtor®, my goal is to guide my clients seamlessly through the ever-evolving real estate landscape, as a trusted ally, creating a positive experience for everyone.

In my kitchen: A Summer Favorite — Cookies ‘n’ Cream Ice Cream

Refreshing and indulgent — just what Summer ordered!

If you haven’t made homemade ice cream before, I encourage you to try it! There is something quite special about making your own summer dessert, something industrious about getting out the ice cream machine, and something magical about lifting off the cover and seeing that your cream custard has transformed into a frozen treat!

The recipe I share below is fairly straightforward and has always produced great results.

This indulgent recipe has simple and rich ingredients.

Start with an egg custard cooked on the stove (it’s not as complicated as it sounds!).

Whole milk, sugar, egg yolks, and salt are cooked at a low simmer for 5 minutes, until thick.

After the custard has cooked, strain it to remove any solids from the eggs.

Yikes! Don’t skip this step!

Here you’ll mix in half-and-half, whipping cream, and vanilla, and chill for around an hour.

Chilling this mixture first helps the ice cream machine work better.

Next pour it into the canister, add ice & rock salt all around…and turn on the machine.

In less than an hour, you can have yummy, creamy deliciousness!

Isn’t it pretty? 🙂
This is about 20 Oreos, crushed.

After removing the paddle, fold in the crushed cookies. (Never works to add when the canister is spinning — the cookies just dissolve!) Then I pour the “soft-serve” into a shallow plastic container and freeze for 5-6 hours. You can also serve it just like this. It’s yummy either way.

Freeze 5-6 hours, or even better — overnight.
Enjoy!

Do you like to make homemade ice cream? What’s your favorite kind? I’d love to know — please leave a comment!