We’ve been making steady progress here at the Village, completing amenities and opening a new phase, 1B. The entry sign is almost complete. This week we will be adding the kiln-fired tile face with Sewanee Creek Logo nestled between cut stone columns like those found at the University in Sewanee. It will be a thoughtful reflection of the quality that is being carefully crafted into every aspect of the Village resulting in unsurpassed quality of life.
All the lots on the new phase have 5+ acres with Bluff Views. Two lots in particular are stunning with waterfalls and unique Indian Rock Houses.
I need to correct an error on our brochure. Of the 750 acres in the Village development, there will not be 300 acres in the common nature preserve in the canyon. It is actually 500 acres. That is fully 2/3 of the land dedicated to a natural preserve. With both sides of the deep Sewanee Creek Canyon under Village control, the stunning views will never change and the wildlife there will have permanent sanctuary.
We enjoyed movies on the big screen at the amphitheater over the 4th of July and were treated to a meteor shower that upstaged the fireworks in the bright, clear starlit sky. We all thought it a good omen for things to come. The private community website has been functioning for some months now. Members can call me to schedule a movie at the amphitheater that will show up on the Village private website calendar. We look forward to a time when our residents regularly enjoy each other’s company at the amphitheater for all kinds of entertainment. Call or email me if you would like access to the community website, which is now open to prospective buyers and friends of the Village. There are many photos and conversations there that candidly chronicle our progress.
My own house in the Village is nearing completion. Several others are looking to begin construction soon.
I live on site and would be delighted to give you a personal tour. When you come, be sure to wear sturdy hiking shoes so you can enjoy some of nature*s wonders on trails below the bluff’s edge.
Give me a call to set up a visit. Even in the heat wave the whole country has been experiencing, temperatures are cooler on the mountain and the mountain breeze makes it a great place to be.
All the best, Grant