Kensington at Ballantyne – Cozy Neighborhood!

Kensington at BallantyneLike a smaller neighborhood, but still need a dynamite location? Well, Kensington at Ballantyne might just be the ticket!Nestled off Ballantyne Commons Boulevard between Johnston and Rea Roads, Kensington at Ballantyne is close to all of what Ballantyne has to offer! Stonecrest is about a mile away, as is Ballantyne Village and the famous Ballantyne Hotel and Spa. And just around the corner down Rea Road is the fabulous Blakeney shopping area (read my blog on Blakeney). Lots ofgreat dining at restaurants such as131 Main, Firebirds and Villa Antonia’s. Minutes to the YMCA, services such as medical care, a veterinarian office and the post office are also within a few miles. Plus easy access to the Interstate I-485!

Take a drive through Kensington at Ballantyne and you will discover winding streetsand lots of hills – Interesting settings for these spacious homes! The size of these homes range from 3000 square feet up to 4500 square feet. Brick, stone and stucco are all found at Kensington at Ballantyne. Lots of amenities in these homes too. Granite, hardwood floors and massive fireplaces abound, sunrooms and screen-in porches for those lazy weekend mornings and large master suites including huge master baths for pampering! Sales for the past 12 months averaged for 4 bedrooms/3 baths, 4320 sft for $523,000. About $120 per sft.

This community also appeals to homeowner’s who do not care topay fora community pool, tennis court or playground. Homeowners’ dues average about $115 semi-annually which pays for the maintenance of the common areas, the HOA management company and other typical expenses. And the schools (at the time of writing this blog) have great reputations. Hawk Ridge Elementary, Community House Middle School and Ardrey Kell High School are very popular schools in Ballantyne.

Have I got you interested in Kensington at Ballantyne yet? Well, don’t take my word for it. Pack up your family, friends, dogs -whomever -and see for yourself! Park the car, take a walk and check out the neighborhood. You will probably run into someone puttering in their yard and pick up a gardening tip or two!

By | 2011-02-28T21:22:16+00:00 October 16th, 2010|Ballantyne And Beyond|