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Traton Homes Announces Launch of Nellie Poston Custom Homes

Traton Homes is excited to introduce Nellie Poston Custom Home. Named after Nellie Clifford Poston, mother of Traton Homes’ founders Bill and Milford Poston, Nellie Poston Custom Homes offers a variety of luxurious home opportunities that range from beautiful custom market homes to a “Build on Your Own Homesite” program. 

“It is an honor and privilege to name our new custom homes company in mother’s honor,” said Bill Poston. “She recently celebrated her 95th birthday and is an inspiration to all of us in the Traton Homes family.” 

Nellie Poston Custom Homes features spacious custom homes priced from the high-$800,000s. Taking the reins at Nellie Poston Custom Homes is Ralph Reilly. With over three decades of experience in various construction management capacities in both the Boulder, Colo. and Atlanta new home markets, Reilly brings a wealth of knowledge a vice president to Nellie Poston Custom Homes. 

“We are excited to introduce Nellie Poston Custom Homes to the Atlanta market. After many years in the custom home building industry, I am delighted to lead this exciting new venture that is dedicated to building some of the area’s finest homes,” stated Reilly. 

Nellie Poston Custom Homes is founded on the principles of honesty, dedication, quality and experience. Interested home buyers are encouraged to visit the newly launched Nellie Poston Custom Homes website at www.NPCustomHomes.com. Designed by mRELEVANCE, LLC, the new website showcases the company’s available custom homes, plan portfolio and services available from Nellie Poston Custom Homes. 

For more information on Nellie Poston Custom Homes, visit the website or call 770-427-9064.

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