Vineyard home fits variety of lifestyles

Vineyard home fits variety of lifestyles

December 23rd, 2012 by Rachel Sauls in Realestatenewhomes

This newly constructed home in The Vineyard subdivision is more than ready to welcome families of all kinds and sizes. The master bedroom is located on the main floor, allowing empty nesters the convenience of one-story living; an unfinished bonus room upstairs provides the option of additional living space for growing families.

This newly constructed home in the The Vineyard subdivision in Ringgold easily suits the lifestyles of both young families and empty nesters.

This newly constructed home in the The Vineyard...

"Ask about the great retirement advantages for living in North Georgia," noted listing agent Donnette Moore.

The house is zoned for Graysville Elementary, a National Award of Excellence school, and Ringgold Middle and High schools. Its location on the Tennessee/Georgia state line also provides quick access to amenities like shopping and dining, but residents don't have to look farther than

their own neighborhood for some entertainment options. The gated community boasts a neighborhood pool and covered cabana.

"It's 1.6 miles to East Brainerd Road, 3 miles from Hamilton Place and you still have the country atmosphere and gorgeous views of the mountains; almost all these houses have fantastic views," said Emerson Russell, the home and surrounding neighborhood's developer, of Emerson Properties.

The amenities inside the Craftsman-style house are numerous as well. Vaulted and tray ceilings, granite countertops, all-wood custom cabinets and crown molding provide a touch of opulence.

"We try to make sure to keep the quality of the homes all the same to where everybody's property values are kept up," says Russell, who also developed the nearby Seven Lakes subdivision in Ooltewah and is about to begin a new subdivision nearby with homes starting at $110,000. "We have a really good master craftsman that oversees every detail of the homes."

Closed-circuit monitoring at the neighborhood's separate visitors' gate provides homeowners an extra sense of security, and all the homes in the relatively new neighborhood are wired for highspeed fiber optic communications services.