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Old Reunion entrance in South Hall gets nod to be part of 800-home subdivision
Pulte Home Corp. gained approval to have 35 acres annexed into Braselton and rezoned so it can add to 385 acres already approved for an active adult community.

A 35-acre tract that was the old entrance to Reunion Country Club in South Hall is a step closer to becoming part of a planned 800-home active adult community in Braselton.

The Braselton Planning Commission recommended approving Pulte Home Corp.’s request Monday night to annex and rezone the land at Thompson Mill Road and Grand Reunion Drive, adding to 385 acres already approved for the new Del Webb at Chateau Elan.

The matter is now set to go before the Braselton mayor and Council on Oct. 6.

With no plans to acquire additional property, Pulte expects to begin development this fall and selling homes in summer 2017, said Nate Van Epp, Pulte vice president for land planning.

The community is projected to sell out in 2025.

With home prices in the $200,000 to $400,000 range, the neighborhood will target residents 55 and older.