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CRAZY 2022!

2022 is already shaping up to be one of our busiest years in sales with already 14 sold or under contract. The hot market continues to go strong so we encourage you to expedite the decision making process to not lose out on the lot you most want. Please call or email us before you go down so we can send you some helpful links to make your visit the best. Thanks! Matt

Lumber Down 70%!

After a crazy run up this year, prices are now way down on lumber. This is great news for building as supply chains catch up to demand and even out from previous disruptions. This article details the dramatic decline.

https://financialpost.com/commodities/lumber-prices-collapse-forces-sawmill-production-curb

By |September 7th, 2021|Uncategorized|0 Comments

COVID Get Away!

It’s never been a better time to invest in recreational real estate! As millions are looking for safe and beautiful places to get away, interest in recreational property is up. Our HOA covenants recently changed to allow two weeks per year (instead of 3 days) to park an RV.  Once you begin to build you cabin you can use your trailer for up to 24 months while completing the exterior.

Only 15 Lots Left

With the recent increase in demand we now are down to only 15 lots from our original 60.

Installation of Gates and Road Upgrades

We are pleased to announce gates have been installed on the three cul-de-sacs and at the Spur Bay fishing and recreation area.  The road south of the subdivision leading to Spur Bay has also been upgraded to pavement.  We are happy with the new appearances and extra security added to this beautiful area.  Thank you to Blue Stakes and all others that took part in this project!
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By |January 28th, 2015|Scofield|0 Comments

Recreation Area Finished!

The recreation area at Scofield Mountain estates is now finished. Thanks to the Tennis Company and Smith and Sons Construction for their beautiful job. Tennis anyone?

By |August 1st, 2013|Scofield|0 Comments