Green Level Crossing, New Luxury in New Cary!

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The Woodlands @ Green Level Crossing

The Woodlands is a Toll Brothers exclusive neighborhood with a classic lifestyle. It is certainly an ideal neighborhood for you & your family! The signature collection of single family homes feature 4 distinctive home designs that range rom 3,500 to 4,700 square feet.

Green Level Crossing Offers:

~ Over 88 1/2 acre homesites
~ Estate-Like homes from 4000-4,900 Sq Ft
~ Junior Olympic Pool planned
~ Toddler Play Ground
~ Scenic Paths for walking & biking
~ Future community center for social gatherings

Green Level Crossing is minutes from:

~ 55/540 interchange
~ Shopping at the Streets of Southpoint
~ Walking Trails at the Cary Greenways
~ Recreation at the Thomas Brook Park
~ Tennis at the Cary Tennis Center


Homes in Green Level Feature:


~ Designer interiors with elegant crown molding
~ Kitchens w/ 42 in Yorktowne Cabinets
~ Double Wall Oven, Microwave & Gas Cooktops
~ Lavish Master Suites & Baths
~ Vaulted Ceilings
~ Kohler Tubs and shower faucets
~ Economical High-Efficiency 2-zone gas heat
~ 10-year Warranty
~ Underground utilities
~ Landscaping w/ trees, shrubs, & sodded yard

Please allow me, on behalf of Real Living Partners of the Triangle, to provide you with updated information on:

~ Current Green Level Crossing inventory
~ Builder/warranty data for Green Level Crossing
~ Ammenity detail for Green Level singCros

This gracious Cary community is a must see as you plan your relocation to the Triangle area. ... Call Judy Thanhauser/919.244.5572

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