San Mar Gale Development Lebanon Ohio

Real Estate Agent with Irongate Realtors

Sometimes you see a development project and say here we go again! But sometimes you see a project and say Wow ,this will be great for my clients! I recently visited a new project in Lebanon Ohio that impressed me immensely. This is surely the biggest project to ever occur in Warren County. I do not have any business ties to this project but I hope to offer this as an option to many buyers in the future. The project is called The San Mar Gale. Their website although not full of information yet is awesome. I believe if done right we will finally have a place for all ages to settle in a wonderful relaxing lifestyle, something Ohio residents have needed for a long time. From what  I understand there will be 2100 lots, some will be 1 acreand some will be up to five acres or more. There will be an equestrian center attached to the larger lots for all of those who may want horses. A reallyneat feature is you can ride your horse to the new town center and leave them in the city pasture as you shop or dine. Very Cool! The drawings of the town center look exciting, however for this girl born and raised in the area it is hard to see Oregonia Rd with a nice little town. Having said that...the drawings of the town center look inviting and I plan on visiting often.

This development is centrally located between Dayton and Cincinnati. It is close to Springboro, Centervile, Mason West Chester. Buyers may feel this is far away but it is NOT. You can test drive it yourself and I guarantee you will have one of the most beautiful drives in Ohio. If you would like to see the area...let me know, I love the scenery and would be happy to show you. As I receive more information I will post it on my website

Comments (1)

Steven Levine

This week and next, I am moving to Lebanon Ohio.  I was very enthusiastic about moving to the community until I read about "San Mar Gale," which horrified me.  It took quite a bit of searching to discover this atrocity was finally cancelled.  I hope it never rears its ugly head again.  If it were still in the works, I definitelty would not settle anywhere near it.

Sep 01, 2011 01:27 AM

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