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The grand opening of our newest AVB community, Turning Stone, is Summer 2019! If you would like to be added to our interest list for more information when available, please email email@example.com.
Turning Stone is located on the southeast corner of W Q Avenue and S 6th Street, in the very desirable Mattawan school district. Turning Stone offers easy access to I-94 and US-131, featuring close proximity to two commercial districts (9th Street north of I-94 and Centre Avenue east of US-131) with attractions including financial institutions, grocery, fast food, and other conveniences. Additionally, Turning Stone is within a mile of Texas Corners and all it has to offer including restaurants, summer farmers’ market, medical services, coffee shop, convenience store, and more.
The home sites in Turning Stone include daylight, garden level, walkout, and patio sites that range from .4 acres to .75 acres, averaging 50% larger than Texas Township requirements. Our new series of 10 customizable single family floor plans are available to build in Turning Stone, which range from 2,100 square feet to over 3,700 square feet above ground and feature ranch style, main floor owner’s suite, and two-story style plans. You can also custom design a home within Turning Stone to meet your needs and preferences. Community amenities include a neighborhood park with manicured all-purpose sports field and sledding hill, as well as a paved sports path throughout the neighborhood. A professionally designed entry statement, concrete curbs, street lighting, landscaped cul-de-sacs and islands are all additional features of this professionally planned neighborhood. Additionally, all home sites are serviced by city water, city sewer, natural gas, electric cable TV, fiber internet and telephone, all underground.
The homeowners association will take care of snow removal from driveways, front walks, and maintain the common areas, including the neighborhood park, entry statement, and other landscaped areas.