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Old 09-01-2007, 06:19 PM
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Due to my mother's illness my parents are not able to live alone any more. I just put their home up for sale by owner today. 8 1/2 months old Dogwood Collection Willow Bend model. Great basement (unfinished) lot that backs up to the green belt. One of the best lots in the subdivision.

I am not looking to make money, just sell the house. I am asking $390k. Of course this includes window treatments and refrigerator that you would not get in a builder home. It is a great alternative for someone that can not wait to build.

For information markjewett@bellsouth.net
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Old 09-01-2007, 06:26 PM
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Default Amberly and Preserve

How much are the homes at Amberly and Preserve going for? My parents are retired in upstate NY and are looking into possibly relocating to Raleigh area. Sounds like an incredible community and I would LOVE for them to live there.
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Old 09-18-2007, 06:48 AM
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Default Carolina Preserve House for Rent

My husband and I bought the little Gray Myst model at Carolina Preserve and will rent it until we're ready to retire ourselves. We're installing more tiles this week and have put in the monitored alarm system. The Clubhouse looks great but is still being worked on. Lot's of moving vans on our street (Endhaven) and the lots seem to still be selling well.

Overall purchasing the house was a good experience, some minor issues with hot water heater not working at closing (they replaced it the day of closing) and the place was not cleaned very well... so have been busy cleaning out that fine chalky construction dust that seems to get everywhere.

Location is great -- easy drive to mountains & coast, Duke & UNC close, museums, theater etc all within 30 to 40 min drive. Moderator cut: not allowed

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Old 11-17-2007, 01:08 PM
Location: Cary, North Carolina
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Homes in Carolina Preserve start in the $300s for resale low $200s for the new Villas at Carolina Preserve(the Seniors section). There are several other communities that aren't quite as centrally located that are less.
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