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White County, Georgia

Tomorrow’s Homes – White County Home Builder

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30484 Hwy. 441 Suite A
Commerce, GA 30484

Homeplans for White County

If you are looking to build a new home in White County, Tomorrow’s Homes is your place.  Tomorrow’s Homes has extensive experience building in White County, and we are here to help you turn your dreams into reality.

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Available Homeplans

White County is home to the world-famous Bavarian-themed village of Helen. It boasts of an excellent school system and features beautiful open land with many tracts available in excess of five acres.  White County contains many hillside and riverfront homesites with beautiful views of the mountains and is your haven from the bustling city full of wildlife and farmland.

White County Custom Home Builder

Tomorrow’s Homes works with our customers to bring their dreams into reality with their new custom home.  Some of our favorite plans in White County are the three-bedroom Kingston Plan and the Winslow with its large front porch.  Each home constructed by Tomorrow’s Homes comes with a ten-year structural warranty backed by a national home service company.  Call now to discuss beginning the process.  It’s never too early to start.  We are ready to craft your home for you to enjoy all of your family’s tomorrows.

If you are new to the Cleveland or Sautee area, there are many great things to do in White County, including:

  • Golf at Innsbruck Golf Club
  • Rafting Down the Chattahoochee River
  • Shopping and Dining in Helen
  • Hiking Mount Yonah
  • Yonah Mountain Vineyards
  • Cenita Vinyards
  • Tantrum Brewery
  • Clyde’s World Famous Barbeque


White County Fact:  White County is home to a large Indian mound which is adorned by a white gazebo. Local legend is that the mound is the burial ground for an Indian couple.  The legend tells of a young Chickasaw warrior named Sautee and the daughter of a Cherokee Chief named Nacoochee. The two discovered each other in the woods and fell in love.  When Nacoochee’s father found out, he ordered that Sautee be thrown from the top of Yonah Mountain while his daughter watched.  Nacoochee was devastated and threw herself from the mountain.  After which her father realized his mistake and buried the two of them in the Indian Mound.