I would give a little higher rating but for the fact in order to sell homes faster, the builder was able to change the rules where more than two people can live in a home if older than 18. When I purchased my home, the rules where specific; only two adults could permanently live in each home. I wanted to live in an active adult development, not youngsters (and cars)stuffed in like sardines. Now, there is even a youngster left off by a school bus!
Purchased our home with a promise of a clubhouse and pool. Gemcrafts web sight advertised both clubhouse and pool as part of the community amenities. Now were told we won't have a pool and now we have a discrepancy as to the size and furnishing of the clubhouse. We love our house and our neighbors but regret purchasing under false pretenses.
Before moving to Village of Fox Meadow we visited many 55 + communities. We decided on the Village of Fox Meadows for many reasons, one was the anticiation of the promised clubhouse and pool. The clubhouse is still not built and we are now told we will not have a pool. We realize that sales people can promise anything to close the deal, but the clubhouse and pool were in many of the advertisements in major newspapers and brochures. We spent extra money to live next to open areas that were nicely landscaped. Since purchasing, the areas are not landscaped and minimally maintained. We love our house and our neighbors but regret purchasing under false pretenses.
It is a pure joy to drive up the hill and come home to this community after a day at work. I have had the pleasure of seeing deer, fox , groundhogs, an assortment of beautiful birds, and even a white owl in this neighborhood. Every month brings another activity such as book club, cookie exchange, Fourth of July parties, Christmas parties, etc. This is a very quiet neighborhood of extremely kind and friendly people. I feel blessed to have lived here for over four years.