Big New Homes in Johnson City at Low Prices!

Cedar Rock Village is now sold out.

Looking for new homes in Johnson City isn’t easy.   It seems you can find a big home, if  you want to spend a fortune.  You got a great deal but it doesn’t have the right number of bedrooms for your growing family.  Then you find the perfect size and and price but you’re not so sure about the schools you’d be sending your kids to.  Well, if you are looking for a new home in Johnson City at a low price in a great school district, we have just what you are looking for in our new phase in Cedar Rock Village.

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  • Spacious Designs — The new phase features larger, two-story single family homes from 2758 to 4142+ square feet which gives your family plenty of room to spend time together when you want to and four bedrooms when you’d rather have some alone time.  Big yards give your children a place to chase to the family dog around.  You can also add options to your home that will make it uniquely yours.
  • Low Price —  Some of our homes can be purchased for less than $72 a square foot.  Take a look around on Zillow or Trulia and see if you find anything at that price range in such a great location.  Here’s a hint — we’ve already looked.
  • Great School District — Your kids will go to excellent schools like Science Hill High School which in 2014 was rated in the top 5% of high schools in the entire state of Tennessee.  Not only is it a good school district but it is in the perfect spot for Mom and Dad too.  Located minutes from I-26 you can be to downtown, ETSU, and Eastman in no time at all making life easy for commuting parents.



You have looked around and Johnson City is not the easiest place to find the right home.  If what you are looking for is a large home for a low price conveniently located in an excellent school district, we have what you are looking for in Cedar Rock Village.


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