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Woodland Park at Cleveland Forest is Greenville’s newest and most talked-about development in the Downtown area. This 22 lot community is nestled inside the most sought-after location in Greenville, the Alta Vista area. Located along the Swamp Rabbit Trail, across from Cleveland Park and mere blocks from Downtown Greenville, one block from the Caine Halter Family YMCA. Bordered by Woodland Way, Southland Avenue and Newman Street (off of McDaniel Ave), this 7.6 acres of land had belonged to the Beattie family since the 1950s. Brothers Bill and Pace Beattie and excited to create this lasting legacy for generations to come.

The 122 acres of Cleveland Park across the street offer tennis, volleyball courts, softball fields, playgrounds and picnic shelters. It is also home to the Greenville Zoo. Walkers, joggers and cyclists enjoy the 22-mile greenway of the Swamp Rabbit Trail. You’re blocks away from over 100 retailers and 120 independent restaurants on Greenville’s thriving, award-winning Main Street.

Tom Marchant of Marchant Real Estate is representing the developer and the preferred builders in the sales process. “I am thrilled and excited to have the opportunity to be the face and primary resource for new prospective buyers at Woodland Park. You really can’t beat this location. It is almost impossible to find a lot to build on in this area, especially where there will be comparable homes next door. Woodland Park is considered to be one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the City of Greenville. There is no other new construction opportunity like this in this area and becoming very challenging to find any new development opportunities for single family homes in the Downtown area."

Croft Architecture has been hired by the developer to ensure quality controls for all new homes built in Woodland Park. The goal from day one was to ensure the new homes built here would blend into the well-established surroundings.

FAQs:

Current lot availability?
See our Lot Price/Size Chart under the “Guidelines” tab.

Square footage?
Minimum “recommended” square feet in the Design Guidelines - 3400 square feet. The goal is for all of the homes to have a similar scale. There is some flexibility with this factor.

Architectural style?
Suggested styles include, but are not limited to: Tudor, French Country, Colonial, Revival, Victorian, English Manor.

Can I use my own architect/builder?
We have two preferred builders - Fairview Builders and Dwelling Group. Other builders are permitted, but must meet certain criteria.

Does the neighborhood have a detention pond?
Instead of an unsightly detention pond, there is a large “storm tank” system underneath the common garden area. Also, every home must have its own “storm tank” system installed in their own yard to collect runoff water from the house. When most property’s individual storm tanks fill up, the overflow is directed to the community-wide, underground system.

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