Affordable New Homes for Seniors
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Garden homes (single family with lawn maintenance)
This newer development by Windsor Aughtrey is nearing completion and offers easy living in an area near Woodruff Road and I-85. The community features stone accent exteriors, pool, clubhouse, and walking trails. There are one and two story units with square footage ranging from 1500-2500 sf. Prices are $180-200,000.
Located past the popular Five Forks area of Woodruff Road in Simpsonville, this new community by Ryan is growing quickly. It features mostly slab homes with limited steps and an active friendly community. It will have a pool, clubhouse, and natural areas. Homes range from $200-250,000.
This neighborhood is near Woodruff Road and Butler in popular area with easy access to I-385. The subdivision features larger single family homes, but the cottages are designed for easy living with yard maintenance. They are mainly one story with some bonus rooms upstairs and have upscale features with brick or stone accents. The community features a pool, playground, some sidewalks, ad were built around 2003. Around $260,000.
The Arbors are located near Woodruff Road at Highway 14 and Roper Mountain Rd and feature all brick exteriors. Built by quality builders, youll find mostly one story homes with some bonuses upstairs. All homes are fenced with irrigation systems. Around the $270,000s.
Kenwood is a small, gated community on Roper Mountain Road near Woodruff Road. The homes are all brick or stone on the exterior and mostly one story, with luxury upgrades and gourmet kitchens. Most were built around 2004 and prices range about $350,000.
Cypress run features all brick garden homes with courtyard entry near Woodruff Road. They are mostly one story for easy living. Some homes were built around 2000, but there are also some new homes for sale. Prices range from $200-325,000.
Ivybrooke is located off Pelham Road with easy access to I-85. The gated community features brick accents on the exterior and mostly one story homes with some bonuses upstairs. Youll enjoy the pool and quiet nature of the neighborhood. Homes were built around 2001. Around $180,000.
Lexington Place is located off Pelham Road near I-85. This popular community is quiet, well maintained, and has some stone accents. A portion of the subdivision has two story traditional homes, but the majority is garden homes that are almost all one story. Homes were built around 2001 and prices are around $230,000.
Heritage Club 4
Heritage Club IV is located across from the Symmes Library on Pelham Road with access to I-85. The gated community features all one story homes with some brick accents, a pool, sidewalks, club house and exercise facility. The were built around 2001. Around $200,000.
Pelham Springs is located on Pelham Road near Haywood Road and is at a high point of the area, so you may have views from these units. The gated community features stone or brick fronts and upscale interiors with some bonus rooms upstairs. Youll also find a pool and common areas. Homes were built around 2003 and prices are around $250,000.
Magnolias At Southridge
Magnolias is off E. Curtis and not far from the center of old town Simpsonville. They are one story homes set up for easy living with some brick accents and vinyl siding, and built in 2004. Homes are generally under 2000 sf and priced around $145,000.
Single Family Homes (no lawn maintenance)
This subdivision is off the popular Woodruff Road area near Roper Mountain Road, and is single family living on one or two floors. Youll find some stone exteriors and fenced yards with one and 1 story homes. The homes were built around 2004. Around $200,000.
Townhomes (with lawn maintenance)
The Tradition at Verdae
The Tradition is a new active adult community that targets downsizing baby boomers and professionals who are looking for a central, upscale location with no lawn maintenance. Its part of the Verdae development which includes several other developments built around central parks an on-site retail community. Located off Verdae Boulevard between Laurens and Woodruff Roads, it gives great access to the CU-ICAR project and downtown Greenville. The units will be LEEDS certified which makes them energy efficient and based on sustainable building practices. 25 buildings of four units each will make up The Tradition. There are presales going on as of October 2008 for one and two story homes with pricing starting between $385,000 and $429,900. The homes are targeted to be completed in the spring of 2009.
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