If you want to move to Highland Green in mid-2016 through the latter part of 2017, there is urgency for you to become part of the planned Rock Maple section. Made up of 14 elevated home sites on Sugar Maple and Butternut Drives, Rock Maple will transform from a dirt road, granite outcroppings, open clearings and woods to another welcoming Highland Green neighborhood which borders conservation land.
You can join new friends Greg and Donna from Harpswell, Maine, Bob and Joanne from Melrose, Massachusetts, Claus and Janice from Glastonbury, Connecticut, Don and Judy from Wallingford, Pennsylvania, and Dave and Trish from Elverta, California. They have already made deposits to reserve their sites and we are custom designing their future homes with them.
Building a new neighborhood at Highland Green is a team effort. We do not develop a new section of the community until we have a critical percentage of lots committed to by our new customers. This is not only sound development practice, it allows folks to be part of something exciting, make plans on up to a two-year basis, and ensure that they are not living in an open-ended developing neighborhood.
This exciting process took place between 2013 and 2015 in the Red Maple section of Highland Green where 8 out of 8 sites were called for and that has become a complete neighborhood. It began in 2014 and will continue through 2016 in the Basswood section of Highland Green, which is under construction and where 10 of 11 lots are called for. You can read more about these community-building transformations in our Winter 2015 Lifestyle Newsletter in our archive here.
9 terrific home sites remain in Rock Maple. In the next couple of months we will continue to take deposits with the goal of building infrastructure and preparing the sites starting in late 2015. Homes will start in early 2016 through early 2017 depending on the planned timing of each of our new Rock Maple friends. Contact us to learn how to become one!