New Fort Ashby Development Lives Up to It’s Name

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Real Estate Agent with Cozatt & Nabholz Real Estate

Cozatt & Nabholz Real Estate is pleased to announce their agency agreement with Jim and Sandy Kinnamon, of Kinco Construction, who plan to develop a new community in Fort Ashby. 

The development, called Creekside Manor, will allow residents nearly half a mile of access to Patterson's Creek for fishing, swimming, and relaxing.  Once completed, the development will consist of approximately 40 custom-built modular homes with pricing starting in the $150,000's. 

The new development will have paved roads, street lighting, underground utilities, public water and sewer, in addition to the water access in the common area. 

For more information on the development, call Dominique Nabholz at (304) 726-4567 or visit the company's website at dominiquenabholz.com. 

The Grand Opening will be held in early September, details to follow.

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