New residential community awaits at North Ridge Estates
As more and more families are looking to make living in the Arkadelphia area a part of their lifestyle and wanting less of a commute, the announcement by Nicky Goff and Kyle Smith, partners of Good Ole Boys, LLC, of North Ridge Estates and South Ridge Crossing, could not have come at a better time.
This new residential community is intended to give each homeowner that feeling of pride in owning a luxurious new construction home with all the amenities that residents of Arkadelphia have longed for yet had nowhere to build. “It’s been 40 years since we’ve
had new home construction options and I hope this contributes to the next growth opportunity in Arkadelphia,” says Goff.
North Ridge Estates and South Ridge Crossing are located conveniently close to the interstate, waterways, shopping centers, schools, universities, and many other popular destinations. The North Ridge Estates entrance is accessible by Gorman Loop, off Country Club Road, and South Ridge Crossing will be accessible off WP Malone Drive. Both developments are being incorporated into the city limits of Arkadelphia.
Northridge Estate’s first phase includes 23 home sites. Each lot has its own unique character and ranges from .86 to 1.66 acres to build a custom 2,200 minimum square foot estate dream home. South Ridge Crossing will resemble a modern development with homes starting at a minimum of 1,500 square feet. Combined, both communities will encompass 234 acres with various lot sizes ranging from 0.14 to 1.66 acres. Buyers can select their house design and builder or opt for a semi-custom home.
Architectural guidelines and protective covenants are in place to preserve the community and its investment. Lots are now ready to build on, with city water and underground utilities including electric coop, natural gas, fiber optic cable, and asphalt.
Interested buyers are now able to shop lots through the exclusive real estate company, Crye Leike Pro Elite Realty, located here in Arkadelphia. There are also opportunities for builders to put their mark on this part of Arkadelphia’s history.