Stopped by for a few minutes to see the community. They had two workers working on Lot #30, the Milan Model. Otherwise, it was pretty quiet today. I saw some minimal progress on the Oberlin, Lot #27 (last house on the right). It looks like they are preparing the house for siding and they have their garage door. We are located exactly between these three lots in front of the white van. This is a view of our Lot #28 where the house should stand. It should stand 60 feet from the driveway which gives us extra parking for our guests. This was important to me because I love to entertain and we chose a lot within a cul-da-sac. If you look closely, you can see the pond to the right which will give us some beautiful views from our morning room on the main and basement level. I am having RH install two windows in the same location in the basement so we can capture the view from up or downstairs. We also have views from my dressing room, guest bedroom, living and dining rooms. HOLLA! It also gives me a view of the street which gives me the illusion of the city. I am a native New Yorker and streets are a highlight for us. As for the illusion of the country, behind that fence you can see a herd of cows across the street. Hilarious!
Here is a closer view of our cul-da-sac. The house to the left is the Milan on Lot #30. We are at Lot#28 with the dumpster sitting on top of the driveway! Ugghh!