Urban or suburban? For new home buyers, it’s an age-old question. Both options have advantages and deciding between the two environments can be a challenge.
Greenleigh at Crossroads, a new community in the Perry Hall area, helps homebuyers realize they don’t have to choose between the two. Dubbed a “modern urban village,” Greenleigh combines the advantages of the suburbs with the bonuses of an urban setting.
Greenleigh is located on over 1,000 acres in the Perry Hall area. The neighborhood has been thoughtfully designed to incorporate new single family homes from Williamsburg Homes and modern townhomes from NV Homes and Ryan Homes.
Designed with a mix of retail, residential and office space, the neighborhood will offer the best of city-style living. The plan includes plenty of shops and restaurants, catering to every day conveniences (think coffee!) to casual evenings out. A grocery store and hotel will make daily living a breeze and walkable, tree-lined streets encourage pedestrians to make the most of the urban-style setting.
Greenleigh’s design also incorporates the best of the suburbs. Located in the sought-after Perry Hall school district, the neighborhood taps into excellent public education.
Plus, Greenleigh offers resort-style amenities, including something for every type of active lifestyle.
The community will have a clubhouse, pool, and fitness center with yoga/cycle studio for exercise enthusiasts. Plus, gardens and pocket parks (including a dog park), multipurpose fields and a sports complex, playgrounds and trails for biking and walking will all offer great reasons to head outside and explore.
Greenleigh is just a short 20-minute drive to downtown Baltimore, 12 minutes to Johns Hopkins and only a three-minute drive to the MARC train.
Development of Greenleigh is now underway, so it won’t be long before the first residents and retailers can take advantage of all the new community has to offer.
For more information about Greenleigh at Crossroads, visit www.greenleighliving.com
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