Minerva Properties is pleased to announce that D.R. Horton has contracted to purchase 43 homesites in Heron Bay Golf & Country Club. The homesites are in The Villas neighborhood within the popular Henry county golf community.
D.R. Horton is a national leader in the residential homebuilding industry, and this will be the popular builder’s fifth neighborhood within Heron Bay. The homes will be low maintenance, ranch and master on main style and will be priced from the high $100,000s.
D.R. Horton is known for their innovative home designs and highly detailed interiors. Standard luxury features will include gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and raised panel cabinets, wood flooring in the kitchen and breakfast areas, and a spacious owners’ suite. D.R. Horton is also known for their quality customer service, and homebuyers will have an opportunity to customize their new luxury home as they walk through the entire building process with an exceptional and very helpful staff. Each new home in this premier golf community will sport an open floor plan, perfect for family gatherings or holiday entertaining. Being in The Villas will put homes along the 18th hole of the Canongate golf course, which offers prestigious living at a very affordable price.
In addition to a beautiful home, residents at Heron Bay Golf & Country Club enjoy an array of resort-style amenities. Heron Bay’s amenity package includes various neighborhood parks including the recently opened Lakefront Park with covered pavilion, a tennis center, community sports field, miles of sidewalks and nature trails, community lodge with fitness center and the three-pool aquatic center with heated Junior Olympic pool for extended swim seasons. Residents may also choose to join Canongate for play on the beautiful and challenging 7,300 yard, par-72 golf course, or take advantage of non-motorized boating on Henry County’s 1,100-acre Cole Reservoir, which is adjacent to Heron Bay. Presales will begin in November, and these Henry county homes will be move-in ready by early 2009.