New JPOrleans Community of Deerfield Opens
Homebuilder JPOrleans has announced that its new South Charlotte-area community of Deerfield will open in Spring 2016. The neighborhood offers the advantage of being located inside the I-485 beltway and is designed to offer buyers a choice of 31 one-half to one-acre homesites.
The South Charlotte land that is becoming home to the Deerfield community reflects its proximity to the “City of Trees.” Its wooded site plan is doted with the kind of lofty, majestic trees that have long characterized the stately homeplaces of Mecklenburg County’s founding families. In addition to beautiful streetscapes and homes built to encompass both value and quality, the neighborhood puts families close to Providence High School.
Homebuilder Tom Vesey, president and chief operating officer of JPOrleans, understands the importance of location to the success of a new home community. “Our priority is building in quality school districts with accessible roadways to streamline commutes that offer beautiful surroundings and convenience to shopping and recreation. Deerfield will feature award-winning designs noted for abundant structural features and unique exteriors that visually complement the community.
”Homes in Deerfield will range from 3,500 to 4,500 square feet and will be priced between $700,000 and $800,000.
JPOrleans is a third-generation homebuilder with a tradition of excellence, dependability and value. In its 100-year family history of homebuilding, the company has earned the confidence of over 80,000 homeowners through a strong commitment to excellence and reliability. JPOrleans homes are located in the most desirable locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Richmond, Va. and the Charlotte, N.C. area.