New Active Adult Community Underway Near Wooodstock

Windsong Properties is in the early stages of developing Heron Pond, located just east of Woodstock in southeast Cherokee County.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch
Windsong Properties has turned dirt on its latest venture in providing active adults with quality homes.

Site development for Heron Pond is now underway, and Windsong is expected to start model home construction in the fall. It also expects its first buyers to start moving into their new homes in the winter. 

The development sits in unincorporated Cherokee County, just east of Woodstock, located on the north side of Highway 92 east of West Wiley Bridge Road. 

According to Windsong, Heron Pond will feature 75 courtyard style homes that will start in the low $300,000s.

Windsong is the developer behind Somerset in Towne Lake and Garden Street in downtown Woodstock.

“With 10 years of building exclusively for empty nesters, we have an excellent grasp of what our buyers want in their right-sized homes,” said Steve Romeyn, co-owner of Windsong Properties.

The gated community will also feature a linear park that leads to the front door of its clubhouse, landscaping that will be designed and maintained by professionals, sidewalks and pond-side walking trail.

The ranch homes will include so called "safe, step free access," open floor plans and will be constructed with materials that will required little to no maintenance, so-called "safe, step-free" access and basements per home site and plan. 

For more information, call (770) 516-3409. 

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Paul DeBusschere July 07, 2014 at 01:55 PM
My wife and I looked at these homes. They are very nice indeed; but, for nearly $200/square foot, we thought the builder needed a reality check. That's too pricey for Woodstock, Georgia. I feel sorry for the suckers who are buying these up, because they are going to get killed when the next housing dip comes.


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