Amberfield, Riverfield & Linfield
The Fields Club Neighborhoods—in Peachtree Corners—consist of 3 upscale subdivisions that offer deluxe three to six bedroom homes with open layouts. Most of these homes have terrace levels and many are beautifully finished with extra living areas. Lush entranceways lead the way into these subdivisions, which feature premier swim & tennis facilities. Local natural resources, including the Chattahoochee River and a small lake, were used in their development to enhance the beauty and living experiences of residents.
During construction, builders allowed buyers to customize their homes based on their individual preferences. Homes are known for their light-filled open floor plans and upscale materials, which include extensive hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, and substantial decorative molding.
Amberfield is the largest Fields Club neighborhood with more than 450 homes. The interiors are open and bright with lots of windows. Large kitchens with center islands and breakfast bars open into oversized great rooms with fireplaces in most homes, and usually at least one bedroom on the main level. Amberfield also contains an estate section with larger homes and lots. Most of them have side-entry garages.
The neighborhood’s large swim and tennis facility includes a junior Olympic pool, kiddie pool and eight lighted tennis courts along with an open-air pavilion, a sport court with basketball hoops and a playground. The club has an active swim team program and swim lessons are available. Many residents play on the Fields competitive ALTA, USTA, and Junior ALTA tennis teams that are run by a USPTA P-1 certified professional. Numerous social events, including cookouts, outdoor movie nights, casino nights, and holiday events are held throughout the year. Fields Club members may use all of the amenities at both Amberfield’s and Riverfield’s Swim/Tennis locations.
Homes in Amberfield are a short walk away from the Fowler YMCA that offers an abundance of exercise and swim classes, summer camps, and a senior center. The neighborhood adjoins The Forum—a favorite destination filled with shops, restaurants, and office space. The Forum’s architecture and park-like setting echo the look and feel of Amberfield.
Photos of Amberfield
Abutting the Chattahoochee, Riverfield is surrounded by swaths of verdant and forested land. Its open-concept floor plans and various exterior elevations, high ceilings, and banks of windows make for residences filled with luxurious living spaces amidst natural beauty. The open floor plans allow for vaulted family rooms, kitchen islands, breakfast bars, and custom built-ins. Riverfield’s beautifully landscaped entranceway forms a planted boulevard at the beginning of its main street.
The neighborhood features a premier swim and tennis facility. It offers a junior Olympic sized swimming pool and a kiddie pool, shower and changing rooms, barbecue grills, and 8 lighted tennis courts. Lifeguards are on duty during all open pool hours. The club has an active swim team program and swim lessons are available. Many residents play on the Fields competitive ALTA, USTA, and Junior ALTA tennis teams that are run by a USPTA P-1 certified professional. An open field for soccer or football and a baseball diamond with a backstop provide a place for softball or baseball pick up games.
Additionally, there is a wonderful clubhouse that is used for Fields Club social events and can be rented by members for personal gatherings. Year-round events include adult socials, movie nights, pool parties, holiday gatherings, teen events, live music, a fall carnival, tennis round robins, barbeques, and camp outs.
The River Front walking and jogging trail, running along the Chattahoochee River, adds a unique amenity to the Riverfield site and is available to all Fields Club members.
Photos of Riverfield
Nestled next door to Jones Bridge Park and Simpson Elementary’s grassy play yard, the sounds of children at play and birdsong fill the air of Linfield. This intimate neighborhood is surrounded by green space.
Homes in Linfield have the same type of mixed elevations found in Amberfield & Riverfield. Large windows are a staple of the neighborhood’s facades. Linfield is filled with large, private yards and some homes overlook Jones Bridge Park. The bright, open interiors have high-end features, such as vaulted family rooms, banks of windows, kitchen islands, breakfast bars and keeping rooms. Pillars, built-ins, and substantial decorative molding are often found in this neighborhood.
Photos of Linfield
Getting Your Steps In Is Easy In The Fields
Just like the city of Peachtree Corners, The Fields Club neighborhoods are extremely walkable. Both Amberfield and Riverfield were constructed with sidewalks along every street. Peachtree Corners city sidewalks connect all three subdivisions. The rollout of a multi-year plan will continue sidewalk installation until the city is linked. Residents walk, jog, and bike throughout the Fields all year long and look forward to construction of the City’s Multiuse Trail system. It will wind through beautiful natural assets, such as the Crooked Creek Stream and around part of Echo Lakes; connect with some parts of the Tech Park office areas and the Town Center and Forum Entertainment complexes.
Peachtree Corners residents enjoy access to award-winning Gwinnett County Public Schools with thriving International Baccalaureate programs available at the middle and high school levels. A large array of Advanced Placement (AP) courses is available to students too. Peachtree Corners students may opt to attend The Paul Duke STEM High School, which focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or the Japanese-English Language Public Charter School. Prestigious Wesleyan School, serving grades K-12, and Cornerstone Christian Academy are also located in the heart of Peachtree Corners.
Shopping, Dining and Entertainment
Upscale shopping is available at The Forum on Peachtree Parkway where residents pop into its boutiques and specialty shops. Peachtree Corners Town Center is located just across the street and a pedestrian bridge will connect the two complexes in 2019. Their many restaurants range from fine dining to family friendly. For those who prefer to cook at home, both Trader Joes and Sprouts Farmers Market are located in these complexes. Residents find loads of entertainment options at The Town Center’s CinéBistro and Town Green—the site of fun, free events such as movies, concerts, yoga, and family game night.
Find even more fun all around Peachtree Corners, including the 6-theater NCG Cinema, 2 Publix Supermarkets, Ingles Market and ALDI grocery store. Several other small shopping malls are scattered throughout the city of Peachtree Corners. Find lots of other shopping, dining, salon, and recreational options in them.
A drive through its lovely neighborhoods, or a visit to its many parks, shows visitors why Peachtree Corners maintains its Tree City designation. Linfield is contiguous with Jones Bridge Park on the Chattahoochee River. It is a well-developed gem, with several pavilions, grills, walking trails, soccer fields and a large playground. Jones Bridge Park is a River neighbor to beautiful and serene Simpsonwood Park. Pinckneyville Park includes large and active Soccer and Baseball complexes to complement its pond, walking and biking trails, skating bowl, fenced dog park, pavilions, grills, and more. Children love the Town Green’s interactive fountain, slide, and play area.
Robert Fowler YMCA bustles with activity and is literally just around the corner from Amberfield. Several other full-service and specialty fitness centers are located nearby.
Fields Club residents enjoy other annual activities such as the Peachtree Corners Festival, Glow in the Corners Parade, and Light Up The Corners Glow Run.
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