“Once [buyers] find us, our homes and the village itself tend to make a very favorable impression,” says Jeff Holz, co-owner of Verseman Development. “The challenge is that not a lot of shoppers know we exist, which, in a way, is a benefit of being a resident here. Cary generally remains an undiscovered treasure that makes it all the more desirable to those who call it home.”
A big part of Harvest Glen’s charm, for example, is its largely undisturbed status, says Holz: the property includes more than 60 acres of preserved open space, as well as a riverfront recreation area and walking paths. Many sites also are attractively wooded and back up to the scenic Fox River or one of its plentiful ponds and recreation areas.
Nearby Lyons Ridge boasts a handsome property with plenty of trees, scenic cul-de-sacs, a tot lot, and extensive neighborhood landscaping.
“We’re not trying to overdevelop these communities or infringe on the area’s built-in charm. At both Lyons Ridge and Harvest Glen, we have a set number of generously sized homesites designed to coexist peacefully with their natural, open surroundings,” says Holz. “With their tree-lined streets, numerous parks, easy access to local shops and stores and its uniquely handsome residential architecture, our neighborhoods perfectly cater to every type of buyer in the market for a custom home—from growing families to active adults.”
Sales for Harvest Glen and Lyons Ridge are being conducted at the sales center located in Harvest Glen’s model, located at the northeast corner of Three Oaks and Hickory Nut Grove Roads near Cary. For more information, call 847.516.9277, or visit www.verseman.com.
HARVEST GLEN AND LYONS RIDGE
HOUSING TYPE Single-family
SALES OFFICE 24525 N. Harvest Glen Road, Cary NUMBER OF UNITS Harvest Glen 92 Lyons Ridge 28
PRICE RANGE From $500,000s-$600,000s
CO-OP 2.5% -100
DEVELOPER Verseman Development