(Richmond Hill, Ga.)
Jan. 30, 2012 – WaterWays Township, a 2,300-acre gated master-planned community in south Bryan County, announced today the results of “Homes for the Holidays”, a two-day event for local real estate professionals and the general public.
Hosted in the Ridgewood Park neighborhood of WaterWays Township, the “Homes for the Holidays” concept garnered extensive media coverage before the event, boosting attendance above 100 guests for the weekend before Christmas. In the friendly spirit of the season, visitors spent time touring the homes decorated for the holidays, enjoying hay rides, singing Christmas carols, having pictures made with Old Saint Nicholas and shopping for that last-minute gift.
“Having 100 guests tour our community over the weekend before Christmas was a Christmas gift to us,” said Vance Askew – sales and marketing director, WaterWays Township. “People throughout the low country demonstrated their interest in finding out more about our community and its new homes, new homeowners, and new amenities. Building traditions like “Homes for the Holidays” is another important phase of our efforts to create a true family oriented environment and sense of community here at WaterWays.”
WaterWays builders, C. Pickett Enterprises, Grant Homes, Inc., and Synergy Designer Homes showcased homes with holiday décor – inviting guests to admire the décor as well as get a glimpse at the latest offering of new homes at WaterWays Township.
“With 2012 underway, we want to remind everyone throughout the low country that WaterWays is alive and thriving, with available new homes, great neighbors, and a regular schedule of community activities and events. If you're thinking about a new home in the area, we invite you to come out for a visit....we'll open the gates for you,” concluded Askew.
About WaterWays Township
WaterWays Township is a 2,300-acre master-planned community framed by more than six miles of Coastal Georgia marsh frontage, navigable Bill Dance-designed waterways and lagoons, and an impressive collection of planned world-class amenities. Gracious homes on generous lots honor the history of traditional southern, low country architecture as well as the ecologically-sound building practices that pay homage to this native environment. Featuring more than 450 acres of recreation and open spaces, miles of nature and biking trails, and the history of Old Cottenham Plantation Park, WaterWays offers numerous opportunities to explore, discover, and learn. Lots are priced from $60,000 and homes are priced from $239,900.
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