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Imagine having everything you need so close to home. Orchid Bay is located in the world class development of Waterford, just minutes from Downtown Wilmington and area beaches. The established Leland community is less than a mile from all types of dining, boutiques, shops and a full service medical facility for unbelievable convenience. Not to mention a vacation’s worth of amenities.
“Residents can enjoy a swimming pool and clubhouse, fitness center, lighted tennis facility, volleyball court, large lake and man-made beach,” lauds New Home Specialist Beth Burgee. “There are also walking trails and finger lakes that escort you through the neighborhood. There are lots of golf options nearby as well.”
Stevens Fine Homes just completed 4 new homes and 2 more are on the way in Orchid Bay at Waterford. Brick, one-story homes start at $299,900 and are available in luxury and premium design packages.
All of these well-appointed homes feature a brick exterior with shake accents, granite countertops, fireplace with granite surround, Markraft cabinets, GE® stainless steel appliances, Moen® brushed nickel plumbing hardware, soaker tub in the master bathroom, crown molding and wainscoting , engineered hardwood flooring, stain-resistant carpet, screened-in porch, patio, upgraded landscaping package, and many energy saving features.
The Mimosa home plan at 1021 Ginger Lily Way features an open home plan with 2,252 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, finished bonus room, and a split bedroom layout, listed at $315,720.
Another noteworthy model is the Birch home plan at 1027 Ginger Lily Way, a 2,459 square foot, three bedroom, three bathroom home with a finished bonus room and screened porch, listed at $330,300.
“We also have several homesites to choose from for those who wish to build. Buyers can make use of the Stevens Fine Homes Design Studio to personalize their homes from hundreds of design options, and be in their new home in as little as 120 days,”