Embracing the Past
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From Oglethorpe's original design for downtown Augusta in the 1740's, to the inspiring homes of Summerville and rural Columbia, Aiken, and McDuffie Counties, the Augusta area has provided some of the finest examples of the classic southern neighborhood. Since the early days, people throughout the world have made Augusta their home. Today, this wonderful diversity is reflected in a rich architectural history, all within one of the nation's most beautiful, natural landscapes.
Past 2 | Embracing the Past
This history is reflected today in the new construction of Northridge. The classic period of Augusta architecture from 1820 to 1920 was chosen because the variety of styles that were accepted and constructed within the same walkable neighborhood, as well as the simple quality of construction.
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Emphasis is placed on historical architectural craftsmanship and style. This effort is simply a means of creating pride and a sense of community at Northridge. Each homesite has been planned to provide easy direct sidewalk access to the beautifully landscaped Central Park. Porches are intended to bring people out of the house. This simple, traditional plan, encourages good neighbors.