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Old 04-03-2007, 03:21 PM
 
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Can anyone tell me about the new sub in Raleigh called Hasentree. I am in NY and can't just pop over to see it. Has anyone visited and seen the houses/community? I want to know if it is worth the price tag.
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Old 04-03-2007, 03:47 PM
 
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I live about 2 miles from hasentree, and I have been to broker events there...it is quite spectacular! They are not really advertising the properties as much in north carolina, but are just beginning to sell homes there. It has a wonderful entrance with a "gate house", and the homes are nicely set back from the road, beautiful homes with phenominal detail. The homes all have basements, but are worked well into the landscape, which is wonderful. They have the "cottage" feel but with 4500 plus square feet. The course is looking very good (from what I have seen). They have eight active listings and an additional 4 that are to close in the next couple of months. They haven't closed on a property yet, so these 4 (three are closing by may, and one is in november) will be the first to move in.

This neighborhood is certainly not the "most expensive" in wake forest, it is the newest most expensive in the area! There are a couple of others in this price range. Hasentree is set back from the road, so from highway 98 (also called old durham road) all that you can see is a huge berm with tons of landscaping and the stone entrance and stone gate house.

If you get the chance, it is definitely worth viewing. I would be happy to swing through and take pictures for you, just let me know if you would like me to do that.

Leigh
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Old 04-05-2007, 08:55 AM
 
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Leigh that would be great. thank you for the response. i am thinking of visiting sometime this year (dont know when), so i would love to see pics first.
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