Flowers Plantation Market Report For December 2016
Eighteen home sales were recorded in Flowers Plantation in December 2016 by the Triangle MLS. This is up 7 sales from December 2015 and up 3 from November 2016.
New Construction And Resale Homes Sold
11 of the homes sold in December were new construction, two were townhouses. Townhouses in Clayton are becoming increasingly popular with homes getting sold before they are finished.The seven resales were built between 2008 and 2015.
The neighborhoods with home sales were
- Lakeside Townes
- Mill Creek West
- North Farm Cottages
- River Dell East
- Wilders Woods
Figures For Resale Homes Sold In December
- Average Sale Price $256,788
- Average List Price $258,125
- Average Sold Price Per Square Foot $107.24
- Average Days On Market 31
- Average Size Of Homes Sold 2427 SqFt.
- Percentage Sale Price to List Price 100%
Flowers Plantation Homes For Sale
There are currently 73 homes for sale in Flowers Plantation. Priced from $163,700 to around $719,000 there are 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes available from townhouses to single family homes. Some of the neighborhoods in are gated while others are not and thus have lower HOA dues. The subdivision is very popular with all home buyers whether it be growing families, young couples or empty nesters as there is a home size and style to meet most needs. From the very cool Southern inspired architecture of the custom cottages at Chatham to the single family large homes in Mill Creek West and Popular Woods to the ranch home patio style maintenance free living at Longleaf. There are two 55 Plus neighborhoods, Sweetgrass where homes start in the high $300,000’s and Evergreen where homes start in the high $200,000’s.
Life in the Plantation
Excellent schools, shopping, supermarket, drug store all within walking or a golf cart ride away are some of the many reasons home buyers choose to live here. The summer concert series and proximity to downtown Clayton, walking trails, swimming pools and fitness center are a few more. Drive through the neighborhood any time and you will see plates of states all over the country of people who have moved here. People move here from New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Ohio, California to name a few drawn by the new homes at really affordable prices compared to other parts of the country.
With Raleigh a short 25 minute drive, Raleigh Durham International Airport and Research Triangle Park about a 45 minute drive it’s no wonder the area continues to grow and becomes home to a wide range of home buyers. A new full service hospital has just opened in Clayton 10 minutes away and while the area is growing it still has a rural small town feel.