A Look at Holding Village: A Charming New Community in Wake Forest
The second phase of the fabulous new Holding Village community in Wake Forest is officially underway, according to a recent update on the community website. Both a vibrant and growing community that offers an extremely desirable living experience, Holding Village originally started sales back in early 2016 and demand has been on the rise ever since.
Holding Village’s initial phase included 124 home sites, of which nearly all have been sold at last count. For potential home buyers interested in Holding Village homes for sale, the good news is that an additional 128 lots will now be available in phase two of the community, which will allows anyone who purchases a lot the opportunity at customizing their home to their own unique design preferences and tastes.
Available homes in Holding Village range in size from 1,875 to 3,558 square feet, while home prices tend to start somewhere in the mid $200,000s and reach as high as the upper $400,000s for some of the largest floor plans.
The lineup of home builders at Holding Village is also as impressive as the homes themselves and includes Ashton Woods Homes, John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, and Dress Homes. Home owners will also get to enjoy a full compliment of common lifestyle amenities at Holding Village as well, like a swimming pool and clubhouse, a playground and pavilion, and even a fire pit area that overlooks the community’s stunning lake.
For additional information about active Holding Village homes for sale or other new construction homes in Wake Forest, check out any of the listings you see below, or give us a call today at your earliest convenience to discuss all your home buying goals or to schedule a private home tour for something you see!
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Closed (sold) listings may have been listed and/or sold by a real estate firm other than the firm(s) featured on this website. Closed data is not available until the sale of the property is recorded in the MLS. Home sale data is not an appraisal, CMA, competitive or comparative market analysis, or home valuation of any property.