Flint River Preserve offers estate home sites within the community that border a lake, pond or acres of nature preserve. Priced anywhere from $66,500 to $76,500 and offering 0.5 to 1.3 acres of land, estate home sites provide buyers with an array of features that make life more enjoyable.
Large Pines or Oaks and Duck Pond Frontage: Home Sites One through Eight
Home sites one through three are placed on the duck pond and surrounded by large, mature pine trees. These home sites offer 1.33, 1.2 and 0.94 acres, respectively, of land and are all priced at $73,500. Home site four is priced at $69,500 and offers 0.81 acres of land; home site five is priced at $66,500 and offers 0.81 acres. Imagine stepping just out the back door and onto the bank of a pond where homeowners can cast a line. Dream about catching big fish in a small pond; the duck pond is stocked with bream, catfish and largemouth bass.
Magnolia Lake Frontage: Home Sites Nine through Fifteen
Home sites nine and 11 through 13 are priced at $76,500. All of these home sites are either a little more than or a little less than 0.8 acres and sit on the bank of Magnolia Lake. The largest lake in the community, Magnolia Lake also gives residents the perfect retreat just outside their back door. Surrounding these home sites are numerous acres of wildlife corridor, which makes it feel like being in the middle of the woods; however, the amenities are just steps away. Home sites 14 and 15 offer 0.87 and 0.88 acres, respectively, and are priced at $68,500. Finally, home site 10 is priced at $72,500 and offers 0.77 acres.
Central Park and Wildlife Corridor: Home Sites 28 through 31
Home sites 28 through 30 are all priced at $68,000 and offer 0.75 acres. Home site 31 is priced at $72,000 and offers 0.75 acres. Surrounded by Central Park and a wildlife corridor, residents living here will enjoy the peace and serenity of wildlife with the convenience and social atmosphere of the park. Next to central park is the Pavilion on Sugar Hill where parties and event can easily be held. Also near the park are both the community orchard and the garden where residents enjoy gardening and fruit picking.
All residents of this riverfront community enjoy the ease of access to the Flint River to launch canoes, kayaks, go fishing or swimming. In addition, to the duck pond and Magnolia Lake, the community also has three other stocked fishing lakes to enjoy.
Make life simple again, and buy a new home at Flint River Preserve. Click here to learn more about developing a new home at Flint River Preserve or call Marilyn Bowen at 229-425-3887.