If you’ve ever watched Jim Carrey in The Truman Show, you’ve seen Seaside FL and probably thought “I would like to live there someday.” Or maybe you’ve visited the Walt Disney World developed Celebration FL and thought the same thing. Well, the closest place to gain a similar experience will be built in Flowood starting in late 2019. These types of communities are referred to as a “traditional neighborhood development” or a “TND.” The are largely self sufficient with all levels of housing, shopping, dining and entertainment.
Home construction will begin late 2019 in Watertpointe and we’re very excited about this! We currently have 15 lots we will be building on including 4 townhomes. Our lots are near some of the best amenities available.
The numerous amenities Waterpointe will have include boutiques, restaurants with two featuring waterfront dining, a pool, banks, several green spaces including a park with a water feature, and of course, a lake.
Homes will be styled like they could have been featured in a 1950s issue of Better Homes and Gardens, yet have the square footage, interior design and functionality of any modern day home. Imagine stepping back in time while walking down the street and entering your home to find a modern, well-equipped home built just for you.
We’re reserving lots now!
If you’re interested in building a home in Waterpointe, let us know. For a fee we can reserve your lot. We expect these homes to sell pretty quickly. The Waterpointe developer will be rolling out their marketing starting early next year.
Home Style Examples
If you’re looking for a little more space, Northshore Landing could be the place. The community will be located off of Fannin Landing Circle, from Northshore Pkwy. just passed Fannin Landing about 1 1/2 miles. The first sixteen lots will be about 1 acre. The rest of the lots will be more traditionally sized. We’re expecting a lot of amenities to be developed.
Another entrance will be off of Northshore Pkwy and is easily seen now.
We’re reserving lots now for this community. Take a look at this video to find out more info: