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Dillingham Woods Condo Guide
Dillingham woods offers 22 townhomes that are carefully maintained and typically feature open floor plans with one-level living, wood floors, and 2-car garages with extended driveways. Such luxury amenities are combined with a family-friendly neighborhood, a tranquil natural setting complete with picturesque gardens and parks. The community’s convenient location also places it within walking distance from several upscale eateries, taverns, and retail stores. It’s, therefore, no surprise that the Dillingham homes are a highly sought-after residential destination for many buyers. The unit prices range from the mid-$350,000s to high $380,000s.
The construction of Dillingham Woods was completed in late 2019. The homes were constructed by Judd Builders, a family-owned, home builder company founded in 2007 by John Judd Sr and his son John Judd Jr. The award-winning company specializes in custom homes, upscale remodels, and commercial construction and are best known for building exceptional custom homes with superior craftsmanship.
The 22 townhomes feature floor plans varying in size from 1,816 square feet to 1,997 square feet. Each Dillingham Woods home is a 3-bedroom unit with 2.5 baths and an attached 2-car garage. Hardwood and tile floors, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, master bedroom on the main floor, laundry room in the basement, decks, and covered porches adorn every home.
There are 3 shopping centers within 0.8 miles of Dillingham Woods, which is about a 16-minute walk from the furthest unit, where residents can easily do grocery shopping. There are a total of 5 parks within 4.4 miles, which is about a 10-minute drive, including Western North Carolina Nature Center, Colburn Earth Science Museum, Biltmore, Parkway Visitor Center, and Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. As such, residents have a broad range of fun activities to choose from.
Dillingham Woods is managed by a homeowners’ association that handles all matters of maintenance. The association covers hazard insurance, pest control, street lighting, mowing, landscape maintenance, snow removal and private road maintenance. As a result, residents are expected to pay a monthly HOA fee of $182.
The community is pet friendly and allows its residents to have pets.
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Points of Interest
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If you enjoy supporting your local community, this is the restaurant for you. They serve great southern cooking that is locally resourced. A place to savor every bite and catch-up with the neighbors. Approximately an 8-minute drive to 371 Merrimon Ave.
Many of the folks from Asheville declare this is the best place to get breakfast. The biscuits are giant, fluffy, and melt in your mouth. There are various preserves and jellies available to choose from to spread on them if that is your preference rather than good ole biscuits and gravy. It is about an 8-minute drive. 417 Biltmore Ave.
Early Girl Eatery
Early Girl Eatery has been featured in Southern Living, Wall Street Journal, and even Bon Appétit, for their delicious (and unique) brunch options and their use of locally-sourced ingredients. They have locations in Downtown Asheville, West Asheville, and North Asheville.
Tip: Gets crowded on weekends. If you like spicy options, ask to sample their homemade hot sauce.
What to order: The grit cake with vegetables will surprise you. The fried chicken and biscuits are a favorite of the locals.
8 Wall Street Asheville, NC 28801. https://earlygirleatery.com/
Old Europe Pastries
Old Europe is one of the local’s favorites for delicious pastries, decadent desserts, and Italian-style espresso drinks. The owner of this staple is from Hungary and brought the taste and talent for creating mouthwatering European desserts to downtown Asheville.
Tip: The bakery offers a wide variety of gluten and vegan options. If you’re looking for something that fits into either of these, be sure to ask the staff.
What to order: The Croissants and the chocolate éclairs are always crowd-pleasers.
13 Broadway St, Asheville, NC 28801-2903. http://www.oldeuropepastries.com/
Battery Park Book Exchange
If you’re looking for a truly unique place to unwind with a glass of wine (or champagne!) the Battery Park Book Exchange is the perfect place. Part used bookstore and part champagne bar, you’ve never experienced a place quite like this. With live music on the weekends, thousands of used books, and a non-stop flow of wine and champagne, there’s not much lacking at this magical book exchange.
1 Page Ave #101, Asheville, NC 28801. http://batteryparkbookexchange.com/
The French Broad Food Co-Op
Established in 1975, this eclectic grocery store is Asheville’s only community-owned grocery store. The owners and the leadership team of French Broad Food are focused on supporting the local community, including local farmers and other producers. Their produce is all 100% organic, and many items are locally sourced and grown sustainably.
90 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. http://frenchbroadfood.coop/
In the Press
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According to a publication in the Citizen-Times, Residents in other neighborhoods, as well as potential house buyers, had been wondering why despite most of the construction being completed in Dillingham Woods, there were no noticeable sales efforts apart from a Realtor’s sign with an 813-telephone area code. However, this was apparently all part of the plan, “The plan all along was to wait until the project was just about complete before the marketing began,” said Mike Hayes, the project’s developer. Lauren McKinney is Judd's director of marketing, as well as a Realtor with Gold Leaf Realty and Development, which is marketing the Dillingham Woods project. She said it was easier for the construction workers to complete the project without visitors in the streets or walking into units. Therefore, it was part of the plan to hold off on sales.
The units immediately began selling like hotcakes once the project was completed. “We actually didn’t start marketing until they were finished,” said Mike Hayes. “They’ve only been on the market a couple of months. I have five sold or either under contract already. We got some more going in the Multiple Listing Service. They’re being actively marketed now.”