It was the night before signing the P&S. Denise realized that the house she was about to buy wasn't one that she and her husband, Bob, really wanted. It was a beautiful new home on a five-acre lot, but on a main road rather than in a family neighborhood, an important consideration for her. She understood that by backing out of their offer, not only would they lose their earnest money, they were going back to square one with their home search. Denise wasn't going to compromise, however. In addition to making one of the largest investments in their lives, they were deciding on where their young daughters would grow up and make memories.
Bob and Denise took a break from the stress of their home search to focus on family and their respective careers. Living in Cumberland, RI, they often enjoyed going out for scenic weekend drives around Wrentham while the girls napped in the back seats. By pure coincidence, Bob drove into the Fox Run neighborhood, where a new development was in progress. They didn't drive away before jotting down the builder's number to schedule a model home tour.
This time, Denise felt confident that they were making the right decision for their family. Contracts were soon signed and within five months their new home was ready.
Fox Run is located in the same part of town as the Lake House and the Olde Farmhouse. Developed on the town line, half of the homes are in Wrentham and the other half are in Norfolk. From Fox Run, you can get to the Wrentham and Norfolk elementary schools, regional middle school, and regional high school in less than 10 minutes.
A unique feature of Fox Run is the equestrian center nestled in the neighborhood's rolling hills. Bella Rosa Stables offers group and private lessons, as well as full boarding. Give Alex a call if you'd like to visit her beautiful stables.
I've been watching this development since the beginning and love how it has all come together so beautifully. If you would like more information on this neighborhood, contact me at email@example.com. I'm more than happy to help!