Community Profie: Ridgewood Cove
February 18, 2017
u imagine what it would be like to wake up to a splendid view of the Chattahoochee River Valley each morning? You don’t have to imagine it when you purchase one of the Ridgewood Cove homes in Phenix City AL.
Ridgewood Cove offers home buyers beautiful two-story homes in a neighborhood that’s close to just about everything today’s home buyer needs: easy access to the Interstate, shopping, restaurants and schools. Plus, residents enjoy low taxes in a family-friendly community that’s great for raising your children.
Residents of Ridgewood Cove have an easy commute anywhere in the Fort Benning area since the neighborhood is close to Route 280 and JR Allen Parkway. That makes it convenient when you want to go clothes shopping at Peachtree Mall or grab a bite to eat at one of Phenix City’s favorite dining spots like 13th Street Bar-B-Q.
Living in a community like Ridgewood Cove means you can enjoy the comforts of small-town life while being close enough to enjoy the amenities of downtown Columbus GA. You can spend your time off from work taking in a Broadway show, learning about history at the Columbus Museum or exploring the wonders of science at the Coca-Cola Space Science Center. Family members who enjoy the outdoors can plan a day of whitewater rafting down the Chattahoochee or flying across the river on a zip line.
Home buyers will find a lot to like at Ridgewood Cove. The new two-story homes for sale include a range of features such as a spacious kitchen with island, butler’s pantry and pantry, a gorgeous master suite with sitting area, oversize walk-in closets and a double vanity in the master bath with a separate tub/shower.
Ridgewood Cove has two move-in ready homes in Phenix City AL available and just one homesite remaining. Contact Rose Anne Erickson Realty today at 706-257-1776 to find out how we can make your new home dreams come true.Tags: new homes columbus, new homes georgia, new homes in phenix city
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