The community here is nice. There is a controlling home owners association that appears to act on there own. However, the grounds are beautiful.
The homes are not constructed the best. The water system does have problems. The smell from the sewage system is sometimes over whelming for home owners close to the outlets. The golf course could be a weight around the residents necks as it is a failure for all who have taken it on.
I like where I live and think so far it is best in woodland. Although we did not look a lot before we bought. I just wish people had been honest with me when I bought. I might have still bought but I would feel like I made an educated decision to accept the issues like the water and the god awful smells that keep us from using our pool at times.
Over all it is a nice place to live. All areas have their good and bad.
Good luck to you!
The homes in Wild Wings are beautiful and at the greatly reduced prices they are selling.
Wonder if the residence will speak up? Imagine the county thinks there aren't any lawyers living in our neighborhood. Wish there were some?
I am a Realtor with Lyon Real Estate in Woodland. "Love My Home" is correct in their assessment of distance from Woodland. County Road 98 borders the City of Woodland and the rural area. Each road thereafter represents one mile. Wild Wings is located between Road 93 (Furthest point from City) and Road 95 (closer to City) so technically Wild Wings is approx. 4 miles from City Limits. Perhaps Carolyn got stuck behind a tractor one day that wouldn't pull over and let her pass and it took her 15 minutes to get to town; or, maybe someone's cows escaped and held up the highway 16 traffic :-)
The houses out at Wild Wings are selling. The properties are selling because there are so many short sales and REO properties. When these houses were built in 2004-2006 the builders were using the stated income mortgage programs with interest only and negative amort. I currently have clients involved in a mutiple offer on a 4800 sq ft property.
The Wild Wings subdivision is built approximately 6 miles west of Woodland. This is the only community outside of the City limits that has a water/sewage system. This system is shared with the Wild Wings 9 hole public golf course. The golf course was not success full; the Wild Wings community home owners voted to help the golf course and participate in getting it under new management and turn it around. The County of Yolo charges a Community Service Assessment for the shared water system; this assessment is reflected on the annual tax statement.
If you like more information concerning Wild Wings or any area within Yolo County, please contact me. I have lived in Woodland for 51 years; I am a licensed Real Estate Broker in Woodland and I cover a sixty mile radius.
Vicki Bourn 530-219-4746
We rent with the idea we would buy one of the homes when we decided on which one. I am so glad we rented first it saved us from a big mistake. We will be moving to another part of town after we do our investigation to find out where the water is good.