I don't think that there is a definitive answer to your question. The location of the lot that you end up choosing will influence a future buyer in the same manner that it is influencing you. Many people like being close to the clubhouse/pool/playground/walking trail that their community may offer.Maybe because they have small children, have limited mobility or don't want neighbors on all sides. They are willing to accept the potential additional noise of slamming doors or constant activity associated with that location, especially during a busy season. Other people may like being surrounded by neighbors, even if it means they have to walk further to get to the clubhouse. I would focus, instead, on your house. If you had to sell your new home quickly, in the future...would the house that you build be attractive to other buyers. If it is too personalized or quirky, you will have a harder time selling it, no matter which lot it sits on. I would recommend that you buy the lot that suits YOUR needs: do you like being that close to the clubhouse? If so, then the "good deal" that you are getting on it is an added bonus! Good luck and if there is anything that I can do to assist you, please do not hesitate to reach out to me.
Heather Dunn, Realtor
Keller Williams Consultants Realty