Featured Subdivision in West Depere
Cypress Homes is proud to be a part of one of the newer developments in the Green Bay area. Hemlock South is a new subdivision in the Town of Lawrence that offers a variety of lot sizes and layouts. Some lots provide mature trees with a ravine in the back, some have a pond view, and some are extra deep for added privacy.
Lot sizes range from .29 acres to 1.03 acres. The prices for the remaining available lots fall between $65,000 and $85,000. Other amenities include concrete streets and access to all necessary utilities (gas, electric, sewer, and water)
LOCATION: TOWN OF LAWRENCE
The subdivision is located in the West De Pere School District, just 1 mile west of HWY 41 on Schuering Rd. This convenient location provides quick and easy access to anywhere in the Green Bay area and is less than 30 minutes to Appleton.
With street names like Seeker Ln, Wizard Way, Raven Claw Ct, and Dragon Ct, you might be able to guess where the Developer's inspiration came from. This subdivision is often referred to as the "Harry Potter subdivision."
Cypress Homes in the Hemlock South subdivision
Cypress Homes is currently building 2 homes in this subdivision. One of them is a custom version of our Cottonwood Plan for one of our customers. The other is one of our most desirable 2 story plans (The Magnolia) being built for sale. If you're looking for an impressive modern farmhouse built with great features and amenities, you have to check out 2146 Seeker Lane.
Restrictive Covenants on the subdivision require all homes to be built for single-family residential purposes. These covenants ensure a certain level of quality and attractiveness throughout the neighborhood. There are specifications regarding things like home sizes, fences, landscaping, and more.
looking to build a home in green bay?
Cypress Homes has access to more lots in the Hemlock South subdivision and a few other areas throughout Green Bay. Contact us if you are thinking about building a home in Green Bay or the greater Green Bay area.
This post was written by Brock Messner