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Old 06-03-2008, 02:26 PM
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We would like to buy some acreage land in McKinney. We have been out to both Waterstone Estates and Creekview Landing. They are both real nice and have their own pros and cons. Does anyone have any experience with these two properties? Any thoughts as to which will be a better buy long term.
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Old 06-07-2008, 09:38 PM
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I can't believe you need to ask. I went to both last fall and Creekview Landing is a much better development whether it is long-term or short-term but I also now have a lot waiting for me at creekview. Just look at the winding S turns at creekview versus waterstone's straight boring diminished roads. waterstone has over 400 lots and they have been selling for over 3 years but less than 40 homes are built most of which are for sale but that may be from the poor housing market. Waterstone is also full of a lot of foreign people (looked it up on the collincad) that bought to re-sell and try and make profit but they can't sell now. The sales people at waterstone told me a bunch of negative info about creekview which, after talking to creekview was NOT accurate. Creekview is also part of a zoned area inside the city's jurisdiction (the sales guy told me and then I looked it up on the city's site) so it is protected. They were suppose to pave their roads this week but not sure what was done so you may not be able to build until July. I met most of my future neighbors at last week's BBQ that creekview sponsored and it seems like a wonderful group of people. If you don't notice the difference just driving through then I guess your tastes and mine are totally different - I like trees, privacy, and quality. Also, keep in mind that Creekview is a 1.5+ acre home sites versus Waterstone's 1+ acre sites. Hope this helps you but I don't think Creekview has many lots left?
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Old 06-07-2008, 11:51 PM
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I have wondered where Creekview is. I have been out to Waterstone and true the streets are straight. BTW I am not interested in buying, I just wondered where Creekview is, I thought it strange when I heard there was a place to buy acerage in Mckinney with loads of trees. Just curious that's all.
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