You know how some neighborhoods are deemed “first-time buyers” or “age-restricted community” and you immediately cross that area off your list of desired locations? Unfortunately, that seems to be happening more and more these days.
Certainly, price point is a key factor in making an area a “move-up neighborhood,” but there are first-time buyers who can afford more. There are empty-nesters who don’t want to be around other 55-plus-year-olds.
Welcome to Stonegate
In the mid-1990s the 132-residence gated neighborhood of Stonegate was developed. Within the 24/7 guarded community are various pockets of homes of various sizes that meet the needs of many buyers. Surrounding the gated enclave are stores, shops, restaurants, medical practices, and even a retirement home.
Because of its great location (just south of I-30 on Hulen Avenue) and proximity to Colonial Country Club and golf course, and feeding into Tanglewood schools, pricing in Stonegate might not work for some, but for buyers with money to spend, Stonegate is the answer.