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Eastwood Homes expands in Charlotte area

Eastwood Homes will complete construction in late April on its Davidson model home at the Robinson Oaks development in Gastonia. The company, along with Ryan Homes, is building 210 single-family houses there.

Eastwood Homes will complete construction in late April on its Davidson model home at the Robinson Oaks development in Gastonia. The company, along with Ryan Homes, is building 210 single-family houses there.

Charlotte homebuilder Eastwood Homes is continuing to expand, launching several communities in the metro area.

Eastwood has begun preselling properties in the Village of Selkirk, a subdivision in the 1,200-acre Berewick  master-planned community on Steele Creek Road in southwest Charlotte. Berewick includes single-family and town home villages and more than 300 acres of green space, ponds and walking trails.

The company is offering several floor plans, including single-story homes, first-floor master plans, and two- and three-story houses, starting in the mid $200,000s.

Preselling gives potential buyers the chance to select a home site and lock in a price before the development’s model home and sales office are built. In some cases, interested parties have a better selection of land to choose from and prices may be lower.

Eastwood also is preselling homesites at Robinson Oaks, a development off of Hudson Boulevard in Gastonia.  The company, along with Ryan Homes, is building a total of 210 single-family houses at the site. Homes in Robinson Oaks are priced in the mid $200,000’s.

Finally, Eastwood will open a model home this summer at Kellswater Bridge, a new development at Rogers Lake Road and Kannapolis Parkway in Kannapolis. The company says it is developing new floor plans and elevations to suit neighborhood requirements. Kellswater Bridge is slated to have several hundred homes.

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