Villas at Creek Walk

1009 Villas Drive, Stanley, North Carolina  28164



The Villas at Creek Walk, a Small, Inviting 55+ Community in Western North Carolina, Has Brick Town Home Duplexes and Design for Aging Elements

In western North Carolina, Stanley has a quiet country setting.  About 30 minutes northwest of Charlotte, it is the home of The Villas at Creek Walk, a small 55+ community that is part of the larger, all ages subdivision of Creek Walk.   Construction was begun by Rudisill Development, a Stanley-based builder, in 2011 and continues today.



This is a town home/duplex development with 24 single story residences in 12 buildings.   All homes are situated on one long, nicely manicured cul-de-sac, creating an intimate environment.   Residences have open floor plans, three bedrooms, two baths and from approximately 1,600 square feet to 2,000 square feet.  A sunroom is optional, but an insulated, attached, two car garage is standard.  Other standard features include front dormer windows, a covered front porch, a sodded lawn, trey ceilings, walk in closets, French sliding doors, hardwood floors, a large pantry, extra storage, granite counter tops and a gas fireplace.   Each home also has a patio with a brick privacy wall that separates it from its adjacent neighbor. Exteriors are red brick and stone with vinyl accents.    Prices start in the mid-$200,000s.  Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.


These inviting homes also have some "design for aging" elements incorporated into them, including wider doorways, step free, oversized showers, step free entrances from the garage into the house, wall blocking for future bathroom grab bars and more. 

This community does not have any amenities. Two golf courses, Cowan's Ford Golf Club and Green Meadows Golf Course, are nearby, but The Villas at Creek Walk has no clubhouse, no swimming pool, no marina, no golf course of its own.  It really is just a cozy neighborhood with homes designed for people age 55 or better.  The HOA is low, just $90 per month, and it covers all lawn and grounds maintenance.  A separate insurance policy is required for roof coverage. 

Stanley started out in the 1700s and is one of the oldest towns in this region.  It has about 3,500 people and is safe and growing.   People choose to live here because they enjoy the peaceful, rural setting, while at the same time having access to all that Charlotte has to offer.  

There is no local hospital, but CaroMont Hospital is just 6 miles away in Gastonia.  It is accredited by the Joint Commission and is a primary stroke center.

This area has summer with temperatures in 80s and 90s and winter temperatures in 40s, 50s and 60s.  On average, it receives 44 inches of rain per year.


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