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Old 03-25-2011, 12:35 PM
 
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I know that there are many communities/sections in Heron Bay. I am sure they each have their own "feel" to them. What section do you live in and are you happy there? We are looking for one that is extremely kid friendly and houses around $550,000.
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Jackie
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Old 03-27-2011, 06:36 PM
 
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Research Chinese Drywall. WCI built plenty out there and went bankrupt so there is no recourse against them.
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Old 03-29-2011, 06:18 PM
 
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We are renting in the "Greens" home was built in 2002/03 (no problem with drywall). Most of the houses are 4/5 bedroom 2 car garage in your price range and even lower- with very small lots though. I would say this neighborhood has "medium" sized homes as far as Heron Bay goes. There are a lot of kids here, but it is not one of the most little-kid friendly neighborhoods as many are middle and high school aged. I have heard the Highlands is very good. I personally like the locations closer to the north entrance since we can ride bikes to Heron Heights Elementary, as well as being closer to the north club house pool.
From what I have learned most of the chinese drywall areas were built in 2005-2006. You really have to look home by home though and make sure you get it tested. If you get the chance to see one with a realtor, drive through several of the neighborhoods. I have been here 6 months and still have not been to all of them.
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