The Sweetwater Hills Neighborhood is located on the western part of Henderson County and about a 10 minute drive to Historic Downtown Hendersonville. Sweetwater Hills was established in the late 1980’s and continued to develop into 2001. During this time many styles of homes were built, making this a unique group of homes. No cookie cutter homes in this community!
Timberline Estate Lots for sale
A couple of weeks ago I was out driving on the eastern side of Henderson County and ran across a new development I had not known about. Timberline Estate is a new community located on a mountain top, with incredible long range views. I found fourteen lots for sale and was excited about the beautiful views!
Laurel Park Place in Hendersonville NC is a quiet group of townhomes off the beaten path. Located on the west side of Historic Hendersonville NC, this small community is tucked away in a neighborhood of mature landscaping, and streets winding up a slight slope to a nice mountain view.
There are 96 homes in this neighborhood. Although many are single floor living, there are two floor homes as well. Some have walk out basements for added room. In the last two years 10 homes have sold, for an average sales price of $178,890. The average turn over in Laurel Park Place has been 7.61 years, making for a stable community.
The community was built in the early 1990’s. It is located behind the Laurel Park Shopping Center, which has a large grocery store, pharmacy, several specialty shops and restaraunts, making it very convenient. It is just minutes from Pardee Hospital as well.
Currently there are six homes available for sale in Laurel Park Place. They range in price from $160,000 to $225,000. HOA fees run $135 per month.
Park Place is conveniently located on Greenville Highway/Highway 225, just about one and one half miles from Historic Downtown Hendersonville. It is minutes from multiple grocery stores, a hardware store, great places to eat and shop, and yet is tucked back off the road in a small community of beautiful homes.
A quiet neighborhood of only 22 homes, you will find wide streets and room for walking and admiring the well landscaped yards. The average age of these homes is only six years. Within the last two years two homes have sold, at an average sales price of $256,500. The average turn over time is 4.77 years. The HOA fees are $200 per month.
These homes have so many pluses. They are all one floor homes, and they have attached garages leading right into the home. They have large open floor plans and beautiful kitchens and bathrooms. All of this along with the convenience of the location makes this a great community.
English Hills Homes For Sale in Hendersonville North Carolina
If you are looking for a quiet neighborhood with large yards and older well built homes, English Hills is for you. Located just south of Downtown Hendersonville about two miles, English Hills is off of Kanuga Road. Once in the neighborhood, you will find nice wide streets with long range views and meticulously maintained landscaping.
Built in the mid 1970’s, there are 59 homes. Lots in English Hills average around one acre, and most are fairly level, but not all. The majority of them have brick siding, so there is little exterior maintenance. In the last two years, three homes have sold at an average of $248,100. The average turn around is 9.51 years, making it a very stable neighborhood. Once people move in they tend to stay. That is always a good sign.
These homes in general are very large and roomy with plenty of storage space. They are well built, solid homes. Most are a ranch style, and some have a basement.
Currently there are four homes for sale in English Hills. Prices range from $199,000 to $259,000. Sizes range from 1400 to 2100 square feet, and all are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Hendersonville NC Open Houses for July 24-25, 2010
Here is your weekly Open House report. It is a gorgeous sunny day and a perfect time to get out and look at what is available. The Times News for Hendersonville NC is listing 45 homes this weekend.
Be sure and check the date and times, as not all homes are open on Sunday. Take notes on each home you see so that you will remember all of the features of each. And don’t forget, if you are working with a Realtor, call them if you find one you love and want to make an offer on. Keep in mind that loyalty is a two way street.
Carriage Park, in Hendersonville NC, began development in 1989, and has continued to grow into a Gorgeous Mountain Top, Luxury, Gated Community. Voted four times as one of the Top 100 Master Planned Communities by Where To Retire Magazine, it is well known by many.
The Carriage Park infrastructure directs traffic from neighborhoods, around the community via Carriage Parkway, a unique road which circles the community. With stunning views, and wildlife occasionally seen along the way, it is a beautiful drive. Carriage Park also has it’s own Fire Department within the community, as well as a large lake, and dam.
According to Lifestyle, the Carriage Park Association, LLC has just been acquired by Dale and Lisa Hamlin of Hendersonville NC. Dale has been a developer for years and has successfully developed 14 other communities. Lisa is an Interior Designer in Hendersonville. The community is still under development so it will be interesting to see how the Hamlin’s complete the project over the next few years.
Carriage Park is situated on a Mountain Top, with elevations as high as 2500 feet. Residents have access to a Beautiful Club House, a pool, tennis courts and more.
There are several neighborhoods within the community and each have their own feel and style. There are Single Family homes as well as Town Homes, providing a wide choice of living styles.
There are Many Single Family Homes as well as Town Homes for sale in Carriage Park. Interested in Building that dream home? There are still lots for sale.
What Every Buyer Needs to Know About Radon
Radon is a gaseous element that results from the disintegration of minerals in the ground. It occurs naturally, but can be more intense in different areas, even in neighborhoods, or house to house. It is radioactive, and is odorless, colorless and tasteless.
Radon comes into a home through a basement or foundation, seeping through floor joists, or cracks in the floor, cracks in the walls, and gaps around service pipes.