A wonderful small town with the perfect place to downsize.
I'm talking about the town of Jamestown, North Carolina, nestled between it's big siblings, Greensboro and High Point. When referring to the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina, most folks think of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point, but overlook Jamestown.
Jamestown was settled in the late 18th century, by Quakers moving from Pennsylvania. Its most famous resident was James Mendenhall, who's son founded the Village of Jamestown and named it in honor of his father. James' son Richard, built the Mendenhall Plantation, which still stands and is a popular tourist attraction. Jamestown played a roll in both the Revolutionary War and The Civil War.
Current Jamestown still offers that small town feel, with just around 4,000 residents. Yet, it's got access to all the major roads, nearby amenities, recreation and educational institutions. It's the perfect spot for people commuting to jobs in Greensboro and Winston-Salem.
In the heart of Jamestown, just off Guilford College Rd., lies a wonderful town-home community, called Jordan Creek. The community, built by local custom builder, Dwight Stone, offers the perfect place for those who want to downsize and stay in Jamestown. A large number of Jordan Creek residents have lived in Jamestown for many years, but just didn't need the large homes and all of the associated maintenance. So, Jordan Creek gave them the perfect opportunity to stay local, enjoy a maintenance free home and still have the features and comforts they are use to.
The town-homes range in size from about 1,700 to 2,500 square feet and in price from the $270s to low $300s. Standard features include 9' ceilings, hardwoods, crown molding throughout, granite counters and stainless appliances, master bedrooms on the main level and 2 car garages. Outside, stone and brick, give the homes an eye catching look. Customization, is up to your imagination.
If you are thinking about town-home living in a wonderful small town, Jordan Creek is certainly worth considering.
If you would like more information about Jamestown and Jordan Creek, please call or e-mail me. I would be happy to help in any way I am able.
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