Davis Village in Cary North Carolina is a new community, finished in 2012, by Pulte Homes. This neighborhood opened and closed out quickly, due to price point and a great location at Davis Drive and Morrisville Parkway. 50 affordable townhomes in the 170,000–$180,000 range sold out in a few months. 19 detached homes sold in less than 6 months as well.
At this time, Davis Village is so new that Walk Score has not indexed it, but Westover Park, across Morrisville Parkway gets a “Very Walkable” rating:
[walk-score-map address=”Kingston Grove Drive Cary NC 27519″]
Townhome sales in Davis Village from Wake County Revenue Department. (NOTE: Sales on Fly Bridge are from outside the neighborhood due to an apparent Wakegove error.)
Huntington Woods in Morrisville is a neighborhood of affordable homes split by Morrisville Parkway. The neighborhood was built out by Sunstar/Solaris Homes and various local builders from the late 1980’s to the early 1990’s. Homes vary from traditional to transitional, ranches and 1 1/2 and 2 stories. The name Huntington Woods is accurate, as myriad trees add shade and beauty to the community.
Proximity to RTP and Weston Parkway is a plus for residents who work in those areas. Also, shopping at Park West is easily accessible off Morrisville Parkway, via the “back entrance.”
Just west on Morrisville Parkway you will find the Morrisville Aquatic Center, with swimming and other recreation available at affordable costs.
The folks at Walk Score rate Huntington Woods as Car Dependent:
[walk-score-map address=”Waltons Creek Road, Morrisville NC 27560″]
Savannah in Morrisville NC is a neighborhood of lovely Victorian-inspired homes, in a great central location.
Savannah’s location is somewhat “Car Dependent” as rated by the folks at Walk Score. Proximity to shopping and services is good, and residents can choose to walk or take a short drive. RTP and RDU are both conveniently nearby, too.
Savannah offers garages in the rear of the home, a curb-appeal style appreciated by many buyers, rather than seeing the garage doors jutting out toward the curb. Also, Savannah homeowners enjoy low maintenance exteriors, gas heat, quiet streets, and the neighborhood swimming pool.
Expect to see homes starting at 2500 square feet, with all the touches one would expect such as, modern floor plans, two car garages, granite, stainless steel, hardwoods, and amenities like screen porches and bonus rooms. Basements are available on some lots.
Pricing starts in the low-mid $300,000, and some homes will be in the $400,000’s.