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Open house for townhomes

January 30th, 2009 · 8 Comments

The first chance to see inside the new townhomes in The Magnolia Village is set for Saturday, February 14 from 12pm to 5pm. 

The 15 townhomes, called Carleton Park, are 2,500 to 3,000 square feet and prices begin at $1,145,000.  Each of the townhomes has a private elevator and they are constructed as home and office residences. 

Built across the street from Bartells, these townhomes have been a topic of much discussion in the neighborhood.  The open house will give nosy neighbors and potential buyers the chance to finally take a look inside.   Each of the townhomes has security monitors, high-tech wiring, 2-car garages and decks surrounding a gated courtyard.  

There has been lots of interest in this project and the open house is likely to draw a big crowd.  The event also includes a bbq.    

So far none of the townhomes have been sold and the real estate agents listing them tell us this is the beginning of the marketing effort.

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  • Magpie

    I am so confused by this development.

    Why would we need a ‘gated community’ in the middle of the magnolia village? Who are the gates keeping out? Plus, all those houses look like the front doors face the street anyway, which pretty much defeats the purpose of the gates.

    I am not sure I want to spend my $1.145 million on a house that has either a view of the barber shop or Bartells. Tho it would be kind of handy on haircut day.

  • Bluffer

    A “gated community’ in the heart of Magnolia is about as redundant as it gets.

    The lack of this type of structure is why I chose to move to the Village area. I really look forward to walking past this massive eyesore for the next 30 years.

    Thanks Developers.

  • mac

    I am really happy with how these townhouses turned out. I think they are a big improvement over the parking lot that used to be there. The influx of more residence in the village will help make a more vibrant center and help support the businesses there.

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  • B

    I think they are nice. Quality of construction looks extremely high end. Over 1 million seems a little ridiculus to me and I dont see how they are going to sell but I am glad they are in the village.

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