New Development In Wake Forest

Dated: 02/28/2018

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Wake Forest is continuing to grow with another recent homesite development purchase.


Waterstone Partners paid $5.5 million for two parcels on Jenkins Road, purchasing them from the Paschal family, which had owned the land since the 1920s. The company plans to build 110 large custom homes in a new community called Wexford Reserve.

The average home size will be 3,500 square feet. Site improvement work is slated to begin this spring. If all goes according to plan, the first homeowners will move into the neighborhood in the summer of 2019.


If you would like more information about new home construction or this development give me a call at 919-339-8681 or visit my website at www.doug-weaver.com.

For the details on this article visit the Triangle Business Journal Website.

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Doug Weaver

Doug Weaver has lived in Wake Forest for just over 8 years. He is married with two kids. His daughter Kendalyn is 11 and son Evan is 10. He is very involved with their school and sports. Doug is a....

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