As Sugarloaf agents & residens, we have played a major role in both new-construction and resales in Sugarloaf's history dating back to the mid 1990s. Please CLICK HERE for the main Sugarloaf Country Club website...

Sugarloaf Country Club backyard
Front of home located at community: Sugarloaf Country Club

Situated on 1,200 acres of breathtaking countryside within the gated lifestyle community of Sugarloaf Country Club, TPC Sugarloaf offers a winning combination: 27 holes of magnificent golf designed by iconic golfer and celebrated golf course architect Greg Norman. Home to the BellSouth Classic Golf Tournament, past winners include names such as Phil Mickelson, Scott McCarron, David Duval, and Tiger Woods- which has marked Sugarloaf Country Club to become synonymous with the PGA TOUR’s acclaimed TPC Network of premier clubs. Along with state-of-the art exercise equipment and aerobic facilities for parents, children are entertained at Sugarloaf Country Club in activity centers featuring: a beautiful-movie theater, a computer study library, an arcade, and a day care center. Enjoy not one, but three swimming pools at Sugarloaf Country Club's sports center including an Olympic and an Interactive Children's pool. There are also 6 clay and 8 all-weather tennis courts where junior and adult tennis teams practice and compete. For Atlanta homes, Sugarloaf is one of the best!

Indeed, Sugarloaf Country Club is one of Atlanta's most sought after guard-gated country club communities, with patrolled security 24x7... Master planned by nationally renown Crescent Resources, this executive community boasts a massive 60,000 sq. ft. clubhouse, swim/ tennis, restaurants, and family activities- making this an overall outstanding choice. There are numerous new-construction home sites, as well as resale opportunities. Prices range from the $700s to the millions. Dues are currently as follows: $0 initiation fee/ just $2,300 per yr (mandatory) for maintaining common area maintenance & guard gate. Sports, social, and golf memberships are additional... And there is a minimum dining charge paid quarterly... At TPC Sugarloaf Country Club, remarkable golf is just the beginning of an outstanding PGA TOUR experience.

ABOUT THE MASTER DEVELOPER AT SUGARLOAF COUNTRY CLUB: Crescent Communities is an American residential and commercial real estate company, with headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. It has approximately 170 employees. As of February 2017, Crescent has more than $1.1 billion in assets under management within a multi-product platform includes Single Family, Multifamily, Commercial/Mixed Use and Land Sales. The company finances, plans and develops properties in the Southeast and Southwest markets that represent more than 50% of the U.S. population growth over the next decade. Crescent’s robust capital deployment, seasoned leadership team, and transformative model of sustainability enable the company to maximize opportunity in a recovering real estate market. Since 1963, the company has focused its land management practices on intended highest and best use, and since 1990 has sold more than 223,500 acres. Sugarloaf Country Club indeed is one of their most successful projects.

TODAY'S BUSINESS MODEL: In an attempt to take advantage of increasing housing demand in the Southeast, and to further diversify their business operations, Crescent Communities launched a single family homebuilding company in early 2016. The new business, Fielding Homes, sold and closed its first homes in Masons Bend, a Fort Mill, South Carolina community, in 2016. The builder is now active in two additional Charlotte-area communities, Paddlers Cove in Clover, South Carolina near Lake Wylie, and Chapel Cove, a Southwest Charlotte community. Fielding Homes is expanding to the Raleigh market with two additional communities in 2017. The builder will offer homes for sale in Forest Ridge, an established Hillsborough, North Carolina community and in Trinity Creek, a new Crescent Community in sought-after Holly Springs, North Carolina. Sugarloaf Country Club was a master-planned project that started in the mid-90s.

HISTORY: In 1939, Duke Power (now Duke Energy) established a forestry department to manage company land not used for power generation. In 1963 this department became the company South Carolina Land and Timber. As the holdings expanded to include land in North Carolina, the organization was renamed Crescent Land and Timber in 1969. Some of the original land was sold to Crescent Land and Timber by the Singer Corporation. In the mid-1980s the company was renamed Crescent Resources as it began to actively develop residential communities. Crescent Resources began work on its first commercial development, Coliseum Centre, in 1990, then, began with Sugarloaf Country Club in Duluth, GA.  As of 1991, Crescent Resources managed 270,000 acres of land. Holdings included part of what became Lake James State Park, which it later sold to the state of North Carolina. Crescent Resources became a separate entity from Duke Energy in 2006 with Duke Energy selling its 49% stake to Morgan Stanley.