Wake Forest luxury neighborhood to begin construction
Heritage, a golf community, in Wake Forest, NC is beginning sales on it’s final lots.
All good things must eventually come to an end, and after more than 13 years of near-constant new home construction at the 2,500-acre Heritage community in Wake Forest, developer Andy Ammons is getting ready to sell his last home lots.
Ammons Development has announced it will begin public pre-sales of the 61 private, wooded lots at the Heritage Enclave neighborhood, the final neighborhood out of 38 planned for Heritage.
Construction by the Heritage Custom Builder Team is scheduled to begin this spring, and all of the homes at Heritage Enclave are expected to be priced at more than $500,000.
“Releasing lots in the Enclave is an important day for our team,” says Andy Ammons, president of Ammons Development Group. “The neighborhood will consist mainly of cul-de-sacs with some of the most private, wooded and peaceful lots available in the community. It’s a price point and product offering that will nicely round out the landscape of our current new home options. ”
Within its 37 existing neighborhoods, Ammons Development Group has sold about 2,300 lots to select home builder groups and currently has fewer than 300 lots left to build. Home prices in Heritage have ranged from the $160,000s to the $600,000s.
Heritage also has its own golf course, three public schools, a private school and charter school, and multiple retail and office building facilities.
To read more about Andy Ammons and Heritage, here’s a link to our Q&A session with him last year