Have you had a chance to pick up our first edition of 2021? If not, take the chance to find the beautiful master-planned community of Flowers Plantation on our cover this winter. This 3,000 acre, award winning multi-neighborhood community is located in Clayton, NC. Outside of the bustle of Raleigh life lies a more relaxed lifestyle, conveniently located within 30 minutes of the Triangle area, known for its diverse selection of shops, restaurants, outdoor recreation and even healthcare facilities.
Tucked into quiet countryside, Flowers Plantation is a diverse area comprising a wide variety of neighborhoods, homes, and residents, packed full of amazing amenities. The Club at Flowers Plantation includes a high-end 20,000 sq. ft. spa with massage services, a state of the art fitness center, indoor/outdoor pool and hot tub. Bright, luscious grounds surround the perimeter and offer a variety of outdoor activities that include miles of walking and biking trails, tennis courts, a playground and sports field, as well as three nearby golf courses for those who like to enjoy a weekend on the green. Enjoy the proximity of Neuse River nearby as well for those who love the outdoors.
Did you know that Flowers Plantation is the largest planned community in the Triangle? A stunning, white concrete wall engraved with the neighborhood name welcomes you into the neighborhood that opens up to comfortably wide roads that wind through the extent of the development, connecting with several main roads in the area to allow for ease of travel. Only minutes from the quaint Downtown Clayton, Flowers Plantation is surrounded by fun.
When it comes to homes, Flowers Plantation provides homes for those in all stages of life. With more than 7,800 lots, home prices range from $150,000 to over $800,000 in this community. From single-family homes, townhomes, estate homes and homes designed specifically for active adults 55 plus, Flowers Plantation will not disappoint. The community strategically connects its neighborhoods and amenities with paved walking paths, making friendship and conversations with neighbors a breeze.
For more information on this community, make sure to pick up your issue of New Homes & Ideas today or learn more on our blog.
Photos courtesy of Flowers Plantation
Written By Kendra Stowe