Stevens Fine Homes, fresh from the success of the sold-out Village Park at West Bay Estates, has opened a new community in Ogden. And for buyers who’d like to be in a new home by spring, there’s no better time than now to look at Maple Ridge at West Bay Estates.
Maple Ridge offers several enticing inventory homes, and eight craftsman floor plans starting from $230,000. This neighborhood also has large home sites up to 1/3 acre with wooded buffers and sidewalks. Homes boast Stevens Energy Wise features that let you brag about your utility bills instead of dreading them, like 16 SEER heat pumps, radiant barrier roof sheathing, and extra insulation throughout.
Interiors sport MarKraft® solid wood cabinetry, Moen® plumbing features, Mohawk® flooring, and Frigidaire® stainless steel appliances. Many buyers can choose from a number of tempting à la carte upgrades like sumptuous granite countertops and handsome laminate hardwoods that further personalize their homes.
Since its grand opening in December, the convenient locale, proximity to schools, and price-per-square foot has been a big draw for Maple Ridge. The neighborhood is just minutes to Ogden Park, Mayfaire Town Center and Wrightsville Beach, and only a short drive to Downtown Wilmington and UNCW.
Another advantage, Maple Ridge offers 100% USDA financing for qualified buyers. As for the build experience, the customer service buyers receive is second to none. With every new Stevens Fine Home comes absolute peace of mind, with an included 1-year complete home warranty and 10-year structural warranty.
To visit Maple Ridge: From Wilmington, travel North on Market Street toward Ogden. Turn left on Torchwood Blvd. Turn right on Walking Horse Court. Turn right on Maple Ridge Road. Continue straight ahead to the sales office at 1598 Maple Ridge Road, Wilmington, NC 28411.
Browse new homes at www.MapleRidgeNC.com or contact a New Home Specialist at (910) 367-1702.
Maple Ridge at West Bay Estates new homes are offered through Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage.
Source: Star News
Published: January 21, 2017