Chamber Holds Groundbreaking for Currahee Home Builders

The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce celebrates a new project at the Currahee Club.

On Thursday, the Chamber held a groundbreaking for Currahee Home Builders, which is building its first home in the club.

Currahee Home Builders President Mike Elrod said that the home has been in the works for some time and adds it will be unique.

“It is four master suite bedrooms with four full baths,” said Elrod. “It is called a lockout program. That means we will be putting it in the club’s private rental program. They will rent it out to people that just want to discover the club, come up on a golf package, or have corporate meetings or banquets and such. It is also unique in the house’s ability to have four separate entrances into those suites, so it allows to be locked off to where someone can rent one bedroom.”

Construction is expected to be complete around late May.