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Whispering Woods

Subdivision Features

New home construction in Whispering Woods with 3/4 to 1 acre lots will begin in the Fall of 2016. Pre construction sales are available. Call now to schedule an appointment to walk the land in search of your next home!

Whispering Woods Subdivision is located on CR 14 in Bristol Indiana, just north of the CR 14 and CR 21 junction. Whispering Woods Subdivision is located on the east side of the road, across from Whispering Valley Subdivision. Children who live in this neighborhood will be attending Jefferson Heritage Elementary School, Northridge Middle School and Northridge High School in Middlebury Community Schools.

new home construction in whispering woods

Whispering Woods has 11 new home construction lots from three quarters of an acre to one full acre, spread out on 11.51 wooded acres.

The soils in this neighborhood are CnbA and CnbC which has a water table depth of more than 6.0 feet.

New home construction in Whispering Woods will begin in the fall of 2016, when the streets are believed to be completed. If you are considering building your next home, contact Evelyn Johnston with Friends & Neighbors Real Estate for Buyer Representation from breaking ground to Final Walk Thru and moving in!

Why would you want Buyer Representation when you can work directly with a Builder? For your protection!

  • Your Real Estate Agent’s job is to help you get the most value for your money, with the least hassle and frustration.
  • Negotiating extras: Want upgraded counters or appliances in that new home? Your agent can help you with all those extra perks, amenities, and upgrades. We can often negotiate with the builder on things like paint color or even the style of garage door, especially if the housing development is in the beginning stages.
  • Recommending financing: A builder typically will have a preferred lender that it will try to steer you to, but your Real Estate Agent can help make sure that you’re getting the mortgage that works best for your situation. Shopping around is always wise, and you don’t want the builders agent pressuring you into using their suggested professional unless its right for you.
  • Overseeing a home inspection: Tempted to forgo a home inspection in new construction? Don’t do it! The number and severity of new-home defects often rival resale home problems. The builders agent is unlikely to push for or offer up an inspection, so it’s up to you and your Real Estate Agent to make it happen.

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