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Old 09-08-2006, 07:41 PM
 
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Hi. Would like opinions of new developments in Greensboro by K Hovnanian. Most are near I 40. I have been reading that the desirable areas of Greensboro are North or NW of Down town. My price range is in the low to mid 100s. Just interested in new constructon. I'll be making a trip up next week to check the area. Your input is appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 09-09-2006, 09:20 PM
 
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Hi. Would like opinions of new developments in Greensboro by K Hovnanian. Most are near I 40. I have been reading that the desirable areas of Greensboro are North or NW of Down town. My price range is in the low to mid 100s. Just interested in new constructon. I'll be making a trip up next week to check the area. Your input is appreciated. Thanks.

My opinion about K. Hov homes in this area isn't printable but to each his own.

Yes, the nicer parts of Greensboro, IMO, are on the NW and/or North sides. Some other forum members, JAS, ExJerseyite, Niki and Anonymous can give you better information about Greensboro proper than I can.

Coupla things, if you live in the incorporated limits of a city in N.C. you pay not only a county tax but a city tax as well.

Some places you may enjoy visiting on your trip. The Guilford Courthouse Park, the Bicentenial Gardens and the Old Guilford Mill in Oak Ridge. The latter is a civil war era but still functioning mill that uses the old time stone grinders. It's interesting, in a beautiful area and has some great products.

Enjoy your visit!

Regards,

Cassie
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