Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow Overview
Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow in Newark, Delaware is a premier 55+ community that will have 194 homes upon completion. The community offers choices for all lifestyles: townhomes, carriage homes, and single-family homes. Residents of Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow enjoy beautiful wooded views from their luxurious, quality-built homes.
This Delaware active adult community is conveniently located near major roadways and is only minutes away from shopping and dining opportunities. Not only do residents enjoy easy shopping, but the state's tax benefits as well. In addition, the enjoyable four-season climate makes Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow at Newark a great choice for active retirees who want to remain close to family and friends along the Mid-Atlantic region.
Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow Amenities
A charming community clubhouse at Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow serves as a small gathering space for community events. This 3,000 square-foot clubhouse is a wonderful place to host a holiday party or meet friends for a game of cards. Throughout the area you will find parks and natural space for nature lovers.
Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow Homes & Real Estate
Construction of Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow began in 2008 by Gemcraft Homes, it was later acquired by Ryan Homes in 2012. Ryan Homes will complete the buildout of this community. Upon completion, Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow will have 194 residences. Homes are available in three styles - townhomes, twin homes and single-family homes. Each builder at Legacy offers different levels of included features. Many residences have a variety of energy-efficient features such as insulated basements, 90 percent efficient natural gas furnaces, 13-Seer central air, programmable thermostats, and quick recovery natural gas water heaters.
Ryan Homes offers new construction townhomes and single-family homes. There are two attached townhome floor plans that have between 1,676 and 2,023 square feet of living space. Most townhomes by Ryan Homes have three bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathroms, and an attached one or two-car garage. Ryan Homes' single-family models range from 1,406 to 2,300 square feet in size. Single-family homes are great options for larger yet more private residences that include three bedrooms, two to three-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
There are also a selection of previously owned homes that were built by Gemcroft Homes. Gemcroft's attached twin homes are duplex residences that have between 2,180 and 3,164 square feet. These were built with three to four bedrooms, a den, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Resale single-family homes that were built by Gemcroft have between 1,250 and 1,979 square feet of living spaces with three bedrooms, two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow Lifestyle
The community clubhouse at Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow offers a great place to get to know neighbors and make new friends. New buyers are eagerly and warmly welcomed by the existing residents. As the community grows, its active adults will have many social events to attend. In the meantime, residents enjoy exploring the surrounding area, which includes five shopping centers, two libraries, and four nature parks.
Residents of Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow have easy access to major highways. Three state routes and Interstate 95 can all be reached within ten minutes. Public transportation is also an easy option: Amtrak and Dart Bus Service both have stations nearby. Residents of Legacy at The Village of Fox Meadow also have peace of mind with five outstanding medical facilities in the vicinity.
Newark has a large variety of malls, shopping centers, fine dining establishments, and universities. In addition, there are many recreational and cultural destinations such as the Iron Hill Museum, the White Clay Creek State Park, the Newark Symphony Orchestra, the Pond Performance Center, the Mineralogical Museum, and the Center for Black Culture. For a change of scenery it is only a 15 minute drive to Wilmington, and Philadelphia can be reached in half an hour.