Why Covington Place?

Connected to the quaint streets of historic Covington and its gracious antebellum and Victorian-era homes is a vibrant, active lifestyle community. It is Covington Place – a master planned community that is the site of spacious and attractively designed homes featuring the newest innovations.

Discover a Lifestyle
Covington Place is a community where residents of all ages can enjoy an active lifestyle on the beautiful Indian Creek Golf Course, or at the clubhouse with its junior Olympic-sized pool and well-maintained tennis courts. A children’s playground and picnic areas are also available. Or if you prefer, you can stroll down our sidewalks for an evening walk through the spacious neighborhood with its interspersed green areas and golf course views.

Enjoy the Convenience
At Covington Place, you’re just minutes from anywhere you want to be. We are located only two minutes from I-20 – a convenience that Atlanta area job commuters will really appreciate. The bustle of Atlanta’s downtown shopping, cultural activities and professional sporting events is only 35 minutes away. Even closer is the new Stonecrest Mall, providing an enormous array of shopping and dining options. And, you’re just 45 minutes from Hartsfield International Airport – your gateway to the world. Newton County schools, with high test scores, modern facilities, and dedicated home-town teachers are just across the street or just around the corner.

Savor the Choices
Whether you’re looking for a nice local park, a state-of-the-art library, or cultural activities that include a local Arts Association or local wine tasting, Covington offers something for every member of the family. In addition, if you’d like to brush up on your computer skills or even pursue a degree, there are four colleges offering classes in and around Covington. When you want to get closer to nature, you will enjoy the convenience to some of the area’s most outstanding natural resources. Spend some of your leisure time at Stone Mountain Park, Panola Mountain State Conservation Park, Hard Labor Creek, Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center, or Oconee National Forest. For boating enthusiasts, Lakes Oconee and Jackson are only thirty minutes away.