The Art Farm
AIR Serenbe: Artist Residency Program
Blue Eyed Daisy
Chatt Hills Gallery
Chatt Hills Music
The Farmhouse at Serenbe
Forage & Flower: A Floral & Botanical Design Studio
Gault Designs, Inc
Hills & Hamlets Independent Bookstore
The Inn at Serenbe
Proper Hair Salon
R Cartwright Design Studio
Serenbe Real Estate
The Spa at Serenbe
Terminus Modern Ballet
Serenbe is reminiscent of communities of yesteryear, when life was simpler. Community is important to our residents, as is minimal mental stress and optimal physical health. It’s a laid-back lifestyle just 40 minutes from a major urban center and one plane ride away from the capitals of the world.
At Serenbe, there are gourmet restaurants in your backyard, stables full of horses you can ride along miles of trails and nationally known artists exhibiting in galleries across the street. Our community is engaged and alive with outdoor performances, films, lectures and readings with friends, neighbors and notable visitors.
Mindful architectural elements, like central post boxes and porches that connect to the street, foster community and create a strong social fabric. Everything is within walking distance and the world waits along the edges.
Serenbe is home to an organic farm, three thriving restaurants, a seasonal farmer's market and CSA program:
Serenbe Farms:A certified organic farm that provides over 300 varieties of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and fruits to each of our farm-to-table restaurants, plus our Saturday farmer’s market and annual community supported agriculture (CSA) program.
Blue Eyed Daisy Bakeshop:Breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee and baked goods filled with fresh ingredients from Serenbe Farms in the nation’s smallest Silver LEED certified building.
The Farmhouse:Critically acclaimed by Gourmetand Bon Appetit, featuring seasonal dinner menus and a famous fried chicken lunch on weekends.
The Hill:Lunch, brunch and dinner full of fresh ingredients from Serenbe Farms and other local purveyors.
Serenbe Farmer's & Artisan Market:A weekly farmers market, May – October, located in the heart of the community under a canopy of trees on the Selborne Green. Features produce from Serenbe Farms, local Chattahoochee Hill Country farmers and regional artisanal producers.
At Serenbe, we believe a community is a living part of its natural surroundings, not something to be built at nature's expense. We believe in biophilia—the theory that there is an instinctive bond between humans and other living systems.
We need nature in our lives today more than ever: We need fresh air, fresh food, trees and grass around us. We need, a place to grow and restore—a place to foster deep connections and connect with living systems.
Serenbe Farms and our extensive nature trails are at the center of our health and wellbeing. Through our three farm-to-table restaurants, local CSA (community supported agriculture) program and weekly farmer’s market, our residents enjoy the freshest produce and world-class culinary experiences.
Homes and hamlets are connected by looping country roads and a network of well-worn footpaths that make walking easier than driving. At Serenbe, wellness is an everyday activity.
The community at Serenbe feeds our residents in more ways than one. We’ve created a place where people are drawn together over gardening, cooking, books, art, ideas, and even over back fences.
We build with the hope to eliminate the term “retirement communities”, as studies reveal that baby boomers want to age in multi-generational communities. Serenbe is developing neighborhoods where all generations interact and live well together just like generations in the past.
The Mado commercial center at Serenbe will include stores and retail experiences that act as vibrant icons within the community focused on health and wellness services to include European-style plazas integrated with mixed-use lofts and live/work opportunities. Mado brings eastern and western medical offices and services to the community and provides business opportunities for start-ups and mid-size firms looking for professional office, flex and boutique creative space.
Mado has the first Food Forest and Medicinal Garden installed in the Southeast with multiple seating arrangements in outdoor garden rooms set within a cluster of 14 two-bedroom single story cottages. Over 60 different plants are installed in the Food Forest, with varieties of shrubs, trees, herbs and vines and many are edible or contain medicinal properties. At the bottom of the garden is a teak pergola, stacked stone wall and bocce court that punctuate Anders Walk.
Our goal is to introduce facilities that appeal to everyone, not only age specific, for those who want a well-lived life. Planned amenities include a resort destination spa and wellness center, community pool, fitness center with yoga/pilates studio, Montessori school campus ages 3-14 and child care for ages 0-3 plus a wellness center to integrate all medical and health needs of residents and visitors.
The design of Serenbe was inspired by the past and built for the future.
The master plan for Serenbe calls for multiple hamlets based on English villages, all designed on sacred geometry principles with buildings clustered along serpentine-like omega forms fitted to the undulations of the land. This method of arranging the community requires minimal land disturbances and allows the community to reserve large areas of undeveloped green space.
We conserve energy by facilitating geothermal, solar and net zero homes. We conserve water by landscaping and naturally treating our wastewater for ornamental irrigation. We value nature, our children and our elders.
We have taken a new look at community development, and have based every facet of Serenbe’s design on traditional values and the principles of environmental sustainability. These principles touch everything from methods of construction and certification to the organic produce grown by Serenbe Farms.
Some elements of this design are obvious, while others are subtle or even unseen. Serenbe land planning protects the wetlands and preserves over 70 percent of the land as green space, with respect for the agricultural history of Chattahoochee Hill Country.
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