Choosing a neighborhood is more than just selecting an appealing home that’s within a certain geographic target area. While there is no denying that “location-location-location” is a guiding thought, what truly separates one street, or one group of homes from another group, are the details that you can’t always see…but that you can always feel.
Developers Mike Pollak, David Greer, and Jennifer Evans have combined their experience in building more than twenty-five neighborhoods and thousands of homes into a collaborative endeavor that is creating much more than just another neighborhood. Their vision of WyndWater is of an inclusive community, one that is carefully crafted by mindful choices — from roads that curve with the lay of the land, to thoughtful features like swings along the lake — each choice reflecting their unique experiences.
One of David Greer’s past developments, Pecan Grove Plantation, also in Hampstead, NC, is the perfect example of how he draws from experience and brings it to WyndWater. “When I walk on a piece of property, it literally tells me what it needs to be and do,” David explains.
In Pecan Grove, saving the majestic oaks and aligning the entrance alongside the lake allowed the entire community to enjoy the land’s natural beauty — and these considerations were equally important for WyndWater, where mature live oaks, water oaks, and dogwoods were all preserved, and the lake area near the entrance includes a pier and gazebo, fountains, and swings for the shared enjoyment of all residents.
Similarly, Mike Pollak and Jennifer Evans have brought a love of fine details and timeless elegance from their luxury townhome community, Muirfield Townes in Wilmington, NC.
“Building homes that become neighborhoods, and neighborhoods that grow into communities, has taught me that we’re not just moving dirt and nailing 2x4s,” says Jennifer Evans. “We are presenting a canvas for people to paint their lives upon — what a privilege to be a part of something that will outlive me, and that allows people to continue to develop it with their own hearts.”