Construction Underway in Newest North Village Section

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N4 Progress Pano (3 2017)

While residents of Louisville look forward to spring and warmer weather, prospective home buyers in Louisville anxiously await a more favorable spring real estate forecast.

A serious shortage of homes in the Louisville area means prospective buyers have fewer property options. That’s why the homes in the newest section of Norton Commons’ North Village, known as N4, are a welcome addition to the growing new urban community and good news for Louisville buyers. According to Greg Burrus of Burrus Architecture & Construction, longtime builder in Norton Commons, “N4 has a nice variety of lot sizes with various price points.” In fact, N4 has 71 desirable lots, most with a park view, which are now available. Construction is already underway on many.

Norton Commons’ Sales Manager Susan Graf shares her excitement about the newest section of homes, “Our builders have come up with some new and exciting plans for N4, including one-story plans, great two-story options, and lots of porches and courtyards. Our buyers are going to have excellent opportunities when looking for their new home. N4 has a fabulous green space and the North Village has great planned parks and unique amenities. The North Village is beginning to really come alive.”

N4 Progress (3 2017)Builder David Ramage of The Ramage Company reports, “section N4 will continue Norton Commons’ geothermal initiative, which is one of the largest such initiatives in the nation. By harvesting the moderate temperatures in the ground, the efficiency of a geothermal system lowers monthly utility bills without emitting carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide or other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Geothermal equipment has a longer useful life than a typical furnace, too.”

Another advantage homeowners will appreciate, according to Greg Burrus, is something these homes won’t have—outside air conditioning units. This is a distinct benefit for homes featuring outdoor living spaces such as porches and courtyards because homeowners can enjoy quiet outdoor living without the noise from outside units. A small amount of yard space is also saved by the lack of traditional outdoor condenser.

With the planned construction of 71 energy-efficient homes featuring fresh, unique designs and a large common green space, this is an exciting time for builders and buyers in Norton Commons. We expect a beautiful spring forecast at Norton Commons where you will always find “More Life Per Square Foot.”

Questions about our homes, lots, or amenities? Call our Sales Center at 502.412.5085.

 

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