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Old 08-11-2008, 06:09 PM
 
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I'm just now getting out and driving the area, so I have a lot to learn still. However, I'm wondering if any of you live in the Harrington Pointe subdivision? I like Centex homes, but I don't know that community off of Leesville Road. Is there a problem with planes flying over and causing a lot of noise there? Anything you can tell me about the area is much appreciated. We want to live close to a lot of restaurants and shopping.

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Old 08-11-2008, 06:15 PM
 
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina
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I'm just now getting out and driving the area, so I have a lot to learn still. However, I'm wondering if any of you live in the Harrington Pointe subdivision? I like Centex homes, but I don't know that community off of Leesville Road. Is there a problem with planes flying over and causing a lot of noise there? Anything you can tell me about the area is much appreciated. We want to live close to a lot of restaurants and shopping.
Goodness me! Its not just the planes you have to contend with, if you are keen on the expensive end of the community you will be contending with noise from 540 too. Nice homes though and a new school just being built I think.

If you are interested in the townhome/ cottage homes then maybe take a look at nearby Cornerstone Park. Also Centex, built around 2003 and walkable to a supermarket and local pub. A little cheaper than Harrington Point too.

M
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Old 08-11-2008, 06:33 PM
 
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Thanks for pointing out the noise from 540, Big M. I didn't even think about that!

I will definitely check out Cornerstone Park and have actually been wanting to find some older Centex communities to see what they offer as well. They don't have to be brand new, but we are interested in some of the nice upgrades Centex offers.
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Old 08-12-2008, 10:18 AM
 
Location: Leesville, NC
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Thanks for pointing out the noise from 540, Big M. I didn't even think about that!

I will definitely check out Cornerstone Park and have actually been wanting to find some older Centex communities to see what they offer as well. They don't have to be brand new, but we are interested in some of the nice upgrades Centex offers.
Hello there.

If you are looking for a Centex home, you should also look at Draymoor Manor. Off Leesville but on the South side of 540. Walking distance to grocery store, 4 restaurants, video rental, bank, & 3 pharmacies. You can also walk to daycare & a vet. We have lived here for 3 years. Professional community (no tot lot/pool) built in 2003/2004. We are off the flight path and do not have to deal with AM/PM traffic jams on the N. side of Leesville right in front of the new school. We are also 2 miles from Lowes, Target & a movie theater.
Hope this helps.
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