Verseman Offers 5 prime Homesites at Harvest Glen in Cary

February 27, 2010

Verseman Development now has five prime homesites ready to be claimed at Harvest Glen, a community of completely custom single-family residences in Cary.

Versman DevelopmentEach of the five lots—on which a one-of-a-kind personalized luxury home can be built—are among the most picturesque and desirable parcels available at Harvest Glen, said Jeff Holz, co-owner of Cary-based Verseman Development Company.

“All five are each at least one acre in size, providing plenty of privacy and space, and all are amenable to English basements,” Holz said. “Three of them back up to scenic conservation areas, and a handful are nicely wooded and capable of incorporating walkout basements. These are undoubtedly among the finest locations we’ve ever offered at Harvest Glen.”

Home-plus-lot packages at Harvest Glen start in the mid-$600,000s (all prices subject to change without notice). Various builder incentives also are now in effect (consult a Verseman sales representative for details).

Located three miles east of Rt. 14 and Three Oaks Road, Harvest Glen is a quaint community of rolling hills and wooded vistas that is home to dozens of completely custom residences. Holz said the setting is idyllic for homebuyers looking to design a custom residence.

“Harvest Glen spans 180 acres, 60 acres of which is preserved open space. And the town of Cary itself is a wonderful place to live. It’s a village with a friendly, comfortable, hometown vibe that’s ideal for kids and families,” he said. “Homeowners appreciate the tree-lined streets, plentiful parks, six shopping centers, and easy accessibility to Crystal Lake shopping and Algonquin Commons.”

But the best reason of all to claim a Harvest Glen address, Holz noted, is the opportunity to own and enjoy a unique home built from the ground up by Verseman Development.

“Customers choose us because they value a 100 percent custom residence crafted by a builder they can trust—one that has a strong reputation for exceptional workmanship, an exquisite level of detail, and lasting quality,” he said.

In Verseman’s dictionary, the word “custom” is defined as authentically original and unduplicated. Custom does not mean offering set floorplans that can be slightly modified or copied. In short, no two homes at Harvest Glen are built alike.

“We collaborate closely with each buyer and carefully review every detail so that there are no unwelcome surprises. Our customers know what to expect at every phase of the process, from design to construction to finishing and beyond,” said Holz.

One lucky buyer who acts fast can now claim a Verseman custom home without the construction wait at Harvest Glen’s sister community, Lyons Ridge in Cary. Set at 940 Lyons Ridge Dr., this move-in ready, finished custom residence features numerous upgrades and extras. Amenities of note include: four bedrooms; three-and-a-half baths; deluxe kitchen with upscale cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances; formal living and dining rooms with six-inch crown molding; spacious family room with cathedral ceiling and floor-to-ceiling fireplace; custom-milled staircase; oak hardwood floors; first-floor den; ample finished basement with nine-foot ceiling, a recreation area, fitness room, cedar closet and bath; three-car garage; wainscoting in dining room and foyer; 3,744 square feet; and a half-acre homesite served by village sewer and water. This home is priced at $519,900.

“With so many builders not being able to remain active in this difficult real estate market, I think that making a new finished home available says a lot about our ability to succeed and satisfy customer demand—despite the economy,” said Holz. “Today, it’s rare for a builder to start construction on an inventory home that doesn’t already have a buyer committed to it. But we continue to enjoy strong demand for our pre-built custom homes, so we plan to keep offering them.”

Lyons Ridge in Cary features 28 homes on half-acre lots, located 2.5 miles east of Rt. 14 and Three Oaks Road. Now nearly 50 percent sold, the property includes city sewer and water service, an attractive land plan with scenic cul-de-sacs, sidewalks, a tot lot, and extensive neighborhood landscaping. Home plus lot packages are priced from the mid $400,000s. Buyers can now claim a $25,000 promotional discount off the price of any design/build home in Lyons Ridge.

And for those who want to improve their existing homes, Holz said that Verseman’s newly initiated remodeling division brings the same high quality workmanship and attention to detail to every renovation job that new home buyers have come to expect.

“We can do it all—from finishing your basement, creating a one-of-a-kind home theater room, and enhancing a bonus space to building a screened porch, implementing custom interior millwork, updating your kitchen with high-end cabinetry, installing an outdoor pool or patio, and giving your bathroom an overdue facelift,” said Holz. “Our remodeling customers can rely on the stellar reputation of the Verseman name and our longstanding tradition of quality and excellent craftsmanship.”

To visit Lyons Ridge, take Route 14 (Northwest Highway) to Three Oaks Road and turn right onto Lyons Ridge Drive. To visit Harvest Glen and view the five homesites available, take Rt. to Three Oaks Road, go east three miles to Hickory Nut Grove Road, then north one block to the Harvest Glen entrance in Cary. To arrange a private showing or for more details on any of Verseman’s homes, communities or remodeling services, please call (847) 516-9277. For more information, visit www.verseman.com.

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Lynn Walsh is the President at Walsh Communications, LLC. Walsh Communications is a full-service public relations, marketing and advertising agency for home builders and real estate-related industries.

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