Project Playhouse

homeaid project playhouse

Affinity Fine Homes received four major awards for their contribution of The Oxford playhouse a mirror image replica of one of their recently completed signature homes in Smyrna  As Atlanta’s annual signature fundraiser, Project Playhouse features a showcase of extraordinary playhouses designed and built by some of Atlanta’s premier architects and home builders. These child-size dream homes are fully furnished by professional interior designers and exquisitely appointed with custom home details such as built-in bookcases, beaded board paneling, hardwood floors and custom woodwork.

Affinity Fine Homes with wonderful assistance from their partner companies received four major awards for their contribution of The Oxford a mirror of one of their recently completed fine homes.

  • Best Interior Decor
  • Best Mirror Image
  • Best Craftsmanship
  • Peoples Choice

To read more of The Oxford playhouse visit the HomeAid website.


Adopt-A-Mile: The Affinity Fine Homes Adopt a Mile - Fountaine Road, Cobb County, August 2009. Affinity Fine Homes has partnered with local communities, Department of Transportation and the Adopt-A-Mile program in Cobb County and the City of Smyrna for several years.

In Cobb County, Affinity Fine Homes adopted Fontaine Road just off the East West Connector and regularly organizes clean-up activities to assist the community in keeping the roads clean, pleasant to drive through and live in. We adopted Cooper Lake Road in the City of Smyrna - September 2009.

On the other side of the East West Connector in the City of Smyrna, Affinity Fine Homes can also be seen maintaining a mile of Cooper Lake Road.  Affinity Fine Homes values their relationships with the community and is always looking for ways to give back to the people in the very place they work and also live.

Smyrna Education Taskforce

Affinity Fine Homes own Christian Brown recently volunteered to serve with the Smyrna Education Taskforce looking to assist a better understanding of the concerns of both parents and teachers in the Smyrna Education system. Christian participated in seminars, study classes and surveys in the general community to allow the taskforce to reach its goals. Christian commented "The best part of my particpating in the taskforce was the valuable insight I personally gained into the challenges of both parents and teachers in the education system today".

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