It was 8 o’clock in the evening on a late summer weekday and there was a lot of outdoor activity happening at Cypress Forest in Hidden Creek. On one street, several residents were working in theyard, pulling weeds, mowing grass and watering flowers. On another, a family with young children was out strolling, dog on leash and kids skipping in the street. The scene represented the type of neighborhood atmosphere many folks remember from years gone by, but it’s still happening at Cypress Forest.
“Cypress Forest is in Davidson County, and homeowners enjoy Davidson County schools and taxes,” said Ron Griffin of Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors. “The neighborhood has a country feel with city convenience.”
Just a mile or so from Highway 150/Peters Creek Parkway on Hickory Tree
Road, Cypress Forest offers residents easy access to a long list of shopping centers and restaurants. Yet despite its proximity to commercial conveniences, the neighborhood maintains a rural, family-friendly ambiance.
“Cypress Forest has affordable, large three- to five-bedroom home plans, and is now offering plans with a three car garage,” Griffin said. “The homes are priced from the $140,000s to the $180,000s and are 100 percent USDA eligible.” One- and two-level home plans are available, and some of the multilevel plans have a loft option that can be an additional bedroom. There are a couple of near completion, and buyers can choose from several special options on these homes.
“Cypress Forest is a Shugart Enterprises development and offers buyers a full selection of exterior and interior options through Shugart’s Design Center,” Griffin said. “There are also Energy Star and NAHB Green-certified home options, many floor plans to choose from as well as large lots available. Shugart Enterprises helps homebuyers build their dream home with quality and care.”
Cypress Forest at Hidden Creek will be open today from 2 to 5 p.m. To visit the neighborhood, take Highway 150/Peters Creek Parkway away from downtown and continue several miles to left on Hickory Tree Road; follow Hickory Tree Road approximately one mile to Hidden Creek on the left; follow signs to Cypress Forest. For more information, call Ron Griffin, 336-775-7073 or go to cbtriad.com.
Hodnett, Cindy (August 2012). “Families can play together at Cypress Forest in Hidden Creek”. Winston-Salem Journal