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Bedford County To Get New Upscale Community Designed For Adults 55 and Up



H Global Investments and American Home Inc., announce plans to develop new community geared toward adults desiring luxury living with an eye toward their retirement years. Fieldstone will be situated on property located along Highway 231 North and Midland Road. Development to include 35 residential units and a community clubhouse that contains a one bedroom apartment for guests. There will also be common areas and a walking trail that will connect Phase I with Phase II.

Community security will be a major factor and will be provided by a decorative perimeter fence with two gated entrances. Each unit will be connected to the security gates by phone. Fiber optic cable will deliver the very best in communication efficiency for phone, internet and television purposes. Other infrastructure will include underground electric as well as natural gas. Curbside trash pick-up will be provided by the HOA.

All homes will be single story and designed for ease of accessibility to all spaces. Every unit will be built using “SMART” technology which will allow for wireless control of all systems and devices. Advanced energy efficiency will be assured in everything from the building envelope to appliances such as tank-less water heaters. Floor plans will include two and three bedrooms with options for 2 or 2.5 baths and all with 2 car garages. Exteriors will feature a combination of brick, stone, Hardie Shake Shingles, architectural shingles and custom aluminum accents. A wide variety of luxury options will be available including but not limited to gas fireplaces, sunrooms, and walk-in tubs.

The entire community will be professionally landscaped, and decorative street signs and lights will be accentuate the neighborhood. Maintenance of all landscapes and structures will be done by the HOA . An innovative financing plan will provide owners with options to defer HOA fees to better suit their long term financial planning needs.

For information on home plans, a list of available optional amenities, current pricing estimates, please contact:
H Global Investments LP
American Home Constructors, Inc.

For information please send email to: info@fieldstonetn.com
Coming soon: www.fieldstonetn.com

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