Client: Crooked Creek Homeowners’ Association
Location: Milton, Georgia
Landscape architecture services to update and enlarge the community’s amenity area
New clubhouse, family pool and bathhouse, and two additional tennis courts
Crooked Creek is a 640 home community in Milton, Georgia. This active community prides itself on providing a variety of park and recreation amenities for its residents. In 2008, Crooked Creek Homeowners’ Association contracted TSW to provide a schematic plan and construction documents for updating and enlarging the community’s 4.5-acre amenity area located at the entry to Crooked Creek. The new amenities include a new clubhouse to replace the existing clubhouse, family pool, lap pool, pool bathhouse, an addition of two tennis courts to the existing eight tennis courts, new 2-story tennis pavilion, basketball court, an enlarged playground area, new event field, and additional parking.
TSW architects and landscape architects worked together to ensure these gateway amenities function well for the required sport and recreation activities and allowed for a blending of the architecture into the existing residential community. Heavy timber wood columns, stone, board and batten siding, and brick are used to create landmark Tudor and rustic buildings that add to the overall atmosphere of the Crooked Creek Community.