Searching for a new home in a convenient location? Take a look at Meadow Valley. On the western side of Guilford County, Meadow Valley is easily accessible to Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville and Winston-Salem. Nearby points of interest include Oak Hollow Lake and Marina, Oak Hollow Tennis Center and Oak Hollow Golf Course.
It is the newest neighborhood being offered by Shugart Enterprises, a family owned and operated builder that has constructed over 30 communities in the triad area since the company’s start in 1966. When completed, Meadow Valley will have 213 homes close to shopping areas such as Oak Hollow Mall and the Palladium Center.
“I am so excited about this neighborhood,” said Brenda Luther, agent on site. “These homes are designed to fit families’ needs.”
The single-family homes in Meadow Valley in High Point range from 1,814 square feet to over 3,600 square feet in ranch and two-story plans. Shugart offers a wide selection of designs and prices ranging from the $180,000s to the $300,000s. Plans include homes with three to five bedrooms, two to four baths, and sunrooms or screen porches. Some plans also have bonus rooms.
Shugart Enterprises has built homes in Guilford, Forsyth, Randolph, Davidson, Alamance and Stokes counties. The company is proud of the standards that they put into each home, including Tyvek home wrap, continuous ridge vents, eaves and overhangs. Shugart prepares ceilings with a smooth coat and garages are completely finished. Two-car garages are standard at Meadow Valley. All of these features are detailed in a brief video on their website www.shugartenterprises.com.
Inside each home, quality product lines are used, from the Schalge deadbolt lock on the front door to the Anderson prefinished hardwood floors in the foyer. Interior design elements include Duron paint, Mohawk Portico Carpet, Progressive light fixtures, and crown molding on the first floor. Chair rail and shadow boxing are features in the dining room. Marsh cabinets grace the kitchen along with GE appliances, Delta faucets and Formica laminate countertops.
Upgrades are available at Meadow Valley depending on the buyer’s needs and budget. Selection is made easy with a 10,000-square-foot design center at 510 Hickory Ridge Dr. in Greensboro that provides over 5,000 options. Interior design specialists are available to assist buyers in making the right selections to fit their needs.
It’s simple to take a quick preview of what the Design Gallery has to offer by going to Shugart’s website and clicking the Design Gallery button. The gallery is open by appointment and during preview hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. It is open on the weekend with limited hours.
Potential buyers can view home plans at Meadow Valley’s model home at 4084 St. John’s St. in High Point. The model is open in the afternoon on Sundays and Mondays and the rest of the week from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Nine spec houses are currently under construction in Meadow Valley and should be completed by September or October.
Buyers who choose to build are able to select their lot, floor plan and elevation. Most homes can be ready to move into within 120 to 150 days from the beginning of construction depending on the weather and the plan.
A homeowners association maintains the entrance to the community, the common areas, retention ponds, pool and bathhouse. Fees are $390 a year. A pool, planned for Phase III, will be 20 feet by 50 feet and designed for relaxation and fun with the family.
To get to Meadow Valley from Greensboro, go west on Wendover Avenue. Cross NC 68 where Wendover becomes Skeet Club Road. Meadow Valley is approximately three miles on the right.
For more information or to set up an appointment, contact Brenda Luther at 816-2839 or 886-7804.
Roach, Donna (August, 2008). Meadow Valley by Shugart. Rhino Times. Retrieved from www.greensboro.rhinotimes.com