Both have similar community amenities, and both have similar interior finishes. Weldon RIdge appears to be higher priced since the lots are larger.
As others have said - you should hire a Buyer's Agent to sit down with you, listen to your needs, go over your options, and represent your best interests. Any of us could explain to you the benefits and pitfalls of buying new construction in that area of the Triangle, and would be pleased to earn your trust and business.
I lived in Carpenter Village (7 yrs) original in Morrisville and then rezoned to Cary and I made the commute to RTP (I'm an ex IMBer). I work with Buyers and Sellers. With Buyers I use a comprehensive Buyer Consultation to help narrow down the search and find the perfect home that meets all your needs.
Best of luck with your home search.
Love to have a job interview if you are interested in hiring a buyer agent.
Lennar community will do better once the mall and park comes there? Also , I feel stone water little congested,no idea how it will look after mall and park.
That's a tough one, both great homes, great area's convenient to the park, I live close to the park as well. I think resale will be fairly comparable in either neighborhood, depending on years of ownership.
Here is a link to everything available, are you interested in the single family or townhouse? If you email me directly I would love to work with you and weigh out the options based on your needs and pick the best neighborhood for you, there is no cost to you and usually we can help you with the builder, as far as concessions and you will have someone to represent your best interest.
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