Hi, I assume you are talking about the homes in the new subdivision off of Pleasant Hill. I have a subdivision just down the road on Benson Hardee and consulted with the agent on this new subdivision. They had originally looked to build homes in the $130's but the market seems to be gaining steam and my gut tells me the builder will stay in the mid-140's to high 150's for the most part. I am sure I could meet with agent/builder and potentially have you a home built in the 130's. I will say that price point is tough with new construction now because the lots prices have went up so much over the last 12 months. I hope this helps and I will be more than happy to offer you a free buyer consult if you want to get a better understanding of the local market. Thank you and have a blessed weekend!... more
Caution: That's a RealtyTrac advertisement, not a real listing. It's very possible that property is not on the market.
However, to answer your question: There's a whole cluster of fast food places and restaurants about a mile south on 95--a McDonald's, Subway, El Charro, Waffle House, and a KFC. Also nearby is a Bojangles. There's also a pizza place, a bar, and a few other places--again, all within a mile or so.
As for supermarkets, there's a Food Lion about 1.5 miles away. Also nearby are an IGA and some smaller places.
34 acres at 2607 Benson-Hardee Road will be available. I would like to get $400,000 for the property. 1688 square foot house built in 1924. It was updated inside in 1988. A fixer upper, but has a lot of potential and has a trailer rented next door. 1.1 acre lot down road on right at 2427 Benson- Hardee w/ trailer also available for sale for $40,000 919-819-9647. You could build on this lot and rent the 2607 and 2619 Benson-Hardee Road properties.... more
I am assuming you are talking about the town you are currently living in. Here is some advice Realtors by law cannot tell you good bad or ugly about a neighborhood, because it could be understood as STEERING into or out of a certain neighborhood for whatever reasons, this is against the law.
In order for you to find out whether a certain neighborhood is for YOU, in other words fits you family life and your interests, you will have to do some research on your own, there is a lot of information on the internet,
and drive through the neighborhood once you decide where you want to live and buy, drive through at various times and days of the week and decide. I strongly suggest to work with a trusted Realtor, Buyers agent to represent you and protect your interests throughout the entire process. Of course the agent will be able to show you, drive by with you, where the parks are, the shopping malls, schools you may be interested etc.
As agents we just cannot tell you if one neighborhood is family oriented or not....
And by the way a little word of advice...... Neighborhoods change over the years, people move in and out and cities make changes they build new schools, new train stations, new construction etc.
Good luck to you
Edith YourRealtor4Life and Chicago Connection and Northshore and N. Illinois Expert... more