Holding Village has started sales for its second phase of residential development and recently completed its community amenities, including a pool and play area overlooking Holding Lake that will open in the spring.
Located in Wake Forest, Holding Village celebrated its grand opening in early 2016. Working with three builders – Ashton Woods Homes, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods and Drees Homes – the master-planned residential community has since sold 101 of its initial phase of 124 home sites and has kicked off its second phase, which consists of 128 home sites.
New homes at Holding Village range in size from 1,875 square feet to 3,558 square feet and are priced from the mid $200,000’s to the high $400,000’s.
“The response we have received at Holding Village has been overwhelmingly positive, and we are excited to kick off this next phase of our community,” said Kimberly Locher, vice president of Reader & Partners, the developer of Holding Village. “With homeowners living here and the central amenity opening in late spring, our vision for this traditional, family-friendly community offering modern living options is taking shape before our eyes.”
Holding Village recently completed Somerset Pavilion, the community’s central amenity that includes a pool, pool house and play area overlooking the lake. With the main dock also completed, homeowners can take a dip, launch their kayak or cast their lines for one of Holding Lake’s resident fish.
Other completed amenities include a playground at Lookout Park, natural play area and a fire pit. The five additional parks and mews planned for the second phase of Holding Village will feature a tire swing for neighborhood children to enjoy and tables for family picnics. The first phase of Holding Village includes a multipurpose natural area on the southern edge of the property.