Holland Grove is a small neighborhood of 40 home sites featuring ½ acre or larger lots. The community features rolling topography & wooded lots. Seven home plans are available featuring three ranch plans, one master down plan and four 2 story plans. Most of the homes will have basements. Holland Grove is located on Dabbs Bridge rd and close to shopping & dining in Acworth & Cartersville, all three North Paulding schools and Interstate 75. Features include cement siding & stacked stone, granite counters, hardwood & tile floors, crown moulding & stainless appliances.

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Floorplans

Azalea Plan

  • 3-4
    Beds
  • 2.5-3.5
    Baths
  • 2,203
    Sq Ft
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Mimosa Plan

  • 3
    Beds
  • 2
    Baths
  • 2,168
    Sq Ft
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Rutledge Plan

  • 3
    Beds
  • 2.5
    Baths
  • 2,435
    Sq Ft
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Willow Plan

  • 4
    Beds
  • 2.5
    Baths
  • 2,521
    Sq Ft
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Pine Plan

  • 4
    Beds
  • 2.5
    Baths
  • 2,850
    Sq Ft
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Waterford Plan

  • 4
    Beds
  • 3
    Baths
  • 2,672
    Sq Ft
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About The Area

Northeast Paulding features plenty of open land with beautiful views. It’s location near Cobb Co & I-75 makes commuting to work simple. Featuring Paulding’s newest schools, the North Paulding campus has attracted many new home owners. This area of Paulding County includes some of the largest and most expensive homes in the county. Homeowners in NE Paulding enjoy the shops along Cedarcrest Rd, two area golf courses, proximity to Lake Allatoona & Lake Pointe sports complex and a high quality of life.

Schools

Elementary: Burnt Hickory Elementary
Middle: Sammy McClure Middle
High: North Paulding High

Nearby Attractions

Sales Information

Pete Ewing
770-634-1620
pete.ewing65@gmail.com

Visit Holland Grove

Holland Grove Dr
Dallas, GA 30132

Directions: From ATL: Take I-75 North to Acworth / Glade Rd exit. Travel South on Cherokee Street, right on Hwy 92. Cross over Lake Allatoona and turn right on Hwy 41. Left Turn on Black Acre Trail which becomes Dabbs Bridge Road in Paulding County. Subdivision on the left.