Springs of Mill Lakes
2901 Birmingham Highway, Opelika, Alabama 36801
Two Lakes, a Next Door Wildlife Preserve and Attractive Single Level Homes are the Highlights of Springs of Mill Lakes, a Cozy New 55+ Community in Southeastern Alabama
The brainchild of Allen C. Harris, 55+ Springs of Mill Lakes broke ground in 2016. The community spreads across 80 acres and is adjacent to a 45-acre wildlife preserve. Construction is happening now, and lots are still for sale.
At build out, the community should include a multi-level senior apartment building and 134 attractive single-level, single-family homes. Constructed on terraced lots, properties have a stone or brick exterior, a pitched roof, dormer windows and approximately 1,820 square feet to 3,460 square feet of living space. Homeworks of Alabama offers six floor plans. Most have three bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen and an attached garage. The seven floor plans proposed by Harris-Doyle Homes may have up to four bedrooms, a lavish master suites, and extra storage space.
Prices start in the high-$200,000s. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it is bound to change. HOA fees help pay for amenities and lawn maintenance.
Owl's Roost, the community's spacious clubhouse, will contain a fitness center, a-zero-entry pool, a ballroom, and a catering kitchen. An event lawn and community gardens will surround the clubhouse, and nature trails will wander through the protected wildlife preserve.
The Springs also has two lakes. One will be used for kayaking and recreation and have a boat dock, and the other will be stocked for fishing.
The city of Opelika has its own Arts Association and supports festivals. It manages four recreation centers and six parks or preserves. The Municipal Park hosts an annual concert series. Nearby Auburn University boasts a rich array of sporting programs, an Osher Institute for Lifelong Learning and the Jule Collins Smith Art Museum. Springs of Mill Lakes' position near Highway 280 makes day trips to Birmingham, Montgomery, and Atlanta easy.
Opelika's East Alabama Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.
Summers are hot and sticky with temperatures in the 80s and 90s, and winters are mild with temperatures in the 40s, 50s and 60s. The area receives plenty of rain, nearly 55 inches per year.
Visit www.thespringsofmilllakes.com for more information.
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