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What’s going on with Autumn Hall?

Ken Little

“Probably the best thing we have to report is we have several families who are building in the community who have engaged with a builder,” says Brian Lewis, broker in charge of development.

Autumn Hall is an upscale development on Eastwood Road between Market Street and Military Cutoff Road.

Autumn Hall Vice President Raiford Trask told the StarNews in July that 30 lots had been sold in the development, at an average of $215,000 each.

Lewis says one of the homes will be occupied in about three months, while another should be completed and occupied in five months. Another client plans to start construction on November, so despite the sluggish real estate market, developers “are plowing ahead” at Autumn Hall, he says.

“The developers are showing a lot of strength,” Lewis says.

The 236-acre development includes about 275 home sites. Developers have announced plans to construct at least 16 townhomes in a price range lower than the homes planned at Autumn Hall. Townhomes will be priced in the low $400,000 range, compared to average home prices in the $600,000s.

The development only has one current resident.

“It’s just one client now so it’s a big deal we’ve got more residents moving into the development,” Lewis says. “We have a lot of people asking questions about our townhome product.”

Weekends are very busy at Autumn Hall, with visitors inspecting the development and touring open houses, he says.

For more information, go to www.autumnhall.com

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