Newest Addition at South Bryan County’s “Community of the Year” Ready to Welcome Guests  

Richmond Hill, Ga. (Sept. 21, 2015) – WaterWays Township, a 2,300-acre master-planned community in South Bryan County, continues to grow as it announces the opening of the HeadWaters Welcome Cottage. Built to serve as the central location for information about WaterWays, the Welcome Cottage is equipped to share details on home ownership opportunities, the community’s extensive lifestyle offering and scheduled events within WaterWays and events in the surrounding Richmond Hill and Savannah areas.

The 3,100-square foot structure is nestled in “The Pastures,” the open space conveniently located along WaterWays Parkway near the community entrance. Embraced by the surrounding vegetation, towering holly trees, lush landscaping and antique wood fencing, the Welcome Cottage is an extension of the low country beauty that resonates throughout the property.

A low country style cottage dressed with blue shutters and a wraparound front porch adorned with rocking chairs and Carolina gas lanterns, the space immediately invites guests to step inside. Beyond the welcome mat, the Welcome Cottage offers a comfortable sitting room, a children’s play room, coffee bar and a variety of presentation displays depicting the past, present and future of this growing community.  Built on historic land, the Welcome Cottage has a collection of artifacts on display that were recovered from the original Cottenham Plantation estate, an area of the WaterWays property that once was home to American automobile entrepreneur Henry Ford.

“After months of meticulous planning, we are overjoyed to officially welcome guests to the new HeadWaters Welcome Cottage,” said Vance Askew – marketing director, WaterWays Township. “More than just a hub for information, the Welcome Cottage is a perfect example of the low country lifestyle and quality of homes that truly set WaterWays apart.”

The Welcome Cottage was brought to life by a team of talented individuals from near and far who collaborated on every architectural and design detail to truly make it an extension of the WaterWays brand. From JoAnn Green of G&L Residential Designs, Inc., in Richmond Hill to Prosser Hallock, an architectural planning, engineering and renewable energy consulting firm headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida to Phase 3 Marketing & Communications, an integrated marketing and communications firm headquartered in Atlanta, the architectural and interior concepts far exceed expectations. Making the vision a stunning reality was local builder Ted Flake of Keller Enterprises, who managed construction, with the help of WaterWays’ proficient on-site staff. The building was officially opened during a ribbon-cutting grand opening ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015.

Photo: HeadWaters Welcome Cottage, officially opened on September 16, 2015, will provide a comfortable discovery space for families interested in learning more about the South Bryan community. Photo courtesy of Richmond Hill Reflections.  

About WaterWays Township
WaterWays Township, the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah’s 2013 and 2014 “Community of the Year,” 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.

WaterWays Township is developed by Fletcher Management Company, an award-winning national developer with residential, resort and multi-purpose development experience.  From TPC Sawgrass and The Lodge & Club at Ponte Vedra to Marsh Landing, Palencia and Seranata Beach Club, Fletcher Management has created coastal communities that leave indelible impressions.

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