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Adams Point Subdivision Homes Sold

Adams Point Neighborhood Homes For Sale

Adams Point Subdivision recorded three home sales in December 2014. The homes sold were priced $227,000, $244,000 and $353,000. Two of the homes sold were new construction and one was a resale.

1092 Adams Point Drive sold for $227,000, built in 2014 this 2360 square foot home has three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. The home has a loft and an unfinished third floor with almost 500 additional square feet.

129 Fawn Hill Court sold for $244,000, built in 2007 this home has 2860 square feet with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. A meticulously well kept home that was on a large .60 acre lot that had a privacy fence.

648 Fieldtrial Circle was built in 2014 and sold for $353,000. The home has 3259 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms. A unique feature with this home was the fact that it had two master suites, one down stairs and one up. The type of feature that is becoming more and more popular these days. This home had lots of upgrades such as a stone front exterior, hardwood floors, granite counter tops. picture of entrance sign to  Adams Point subdivision in Garner, NC

Adams Point Subdivision

Average Price Of Homes Sold In Adams Point

The new homes that sold in Adams Point in December had an average sales price of $102 a square foot with a low of $96 and a high of $108. There are currently 14 new homes for sale ranging in price from $220,030 to $364,900 and in size from 1915 square feet with three bedrooms to 3450 square feet and four bedrooms four bathrooms.

Most of the homes have been on the market less than two months. With new construction the days on market is not when the house was finished but rather when the agent entered the home in the Triangle Multiple Listing Service. If the agent entered the house for sale at the framing stage it will probably take 30-60 more days for the home to be completed. Each builder and agent is different. With resales the days on market is from the day the house was listed for sale. The resale home sold in December sold for $85 a square foot and there are only two resale homes on the market currently at an average of $102  square foot.   picture of homes for sale in Adams Point subdivision in Garner, NC Adams Point Subdivision

 

 

Living In Adams Point Subdivision

Adams Point has a good selection of homes for sale, 3,4, and 5 bedroom homes are normally available. There are lots of floor plans to choose from, between a number of local and national builders. There is a community pool and clubhouse and the HOA dues are currently $600 a year. Conveniently located just minutes from the bustling and growing area known as 40/42, there are lots of stores, supermarkets and restaurants. Interstate 40 is a main transport route for commuters to Raleigh, Research Triangle Park and points east to Interstate 95 and the beach.

Adams Point has a Garner mailing address but is in Johnston County so the schools are on the traditional calendar and at the moment the schools serving the subdivision are West View Elementary Cleveland Middle West Johnston High School When buying a home in Adams Point or any subdivision for that matter always check with the Johnston County School system if that is important to you.

The Wake and Johnston County areas are growing tremendously and school assignments do change although not as frequently in Johnston County.

Before buying a home in Adams Point learn what incentives are being offered by the different builders and get the most recent comparative market report to make sure you are getting the best price for your new home in Adams Point.

Call me David at (919) 601-2268 or email me at irishdavid2011@gmail.com if you would like to schedule a showing or if you have any questions. 

                                                                                                                          

Call (919) 601-2268 or email irishdavid2011@gmail .com    

 

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid O'Doherty • January 12 2015 07:46AM

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