Dee Caprio

Fredericksburg, VA

#21 Dec 10, 2008
I suggest looking at Creekside Estates (Tulls Creek Road). The houses are beatuifully built, sound and new. I hear the builder is very good using only top of the line supplies and contractors. Due to the housing market you could more than likely make and offer on a new home or lot and get it for a very fair price.
moving

Streator, IL

#22 Dec 26, 2008
I live on tulls creek rd and im building a house in camden .....Moyock is to expensive an acre of land is about 130 k's and if you don't like rules and regulations don't move to any place like eagle creek ....tulls bay colony or any community like that....cuz the rules are just rediculous ! Moyock is becoming just like chesapeake ....OVER CROWDED
Laura

Virginia Beach, VA

#23 Dec 28, 2009
Gosh...we just put an offer in on a house in Eagle Creek and still waiting for a response. You guys are making me wish for a denial....I would rather hear from people who actually live there. Any good things about the neighborhood. I also do in home childcare and was wondering how I would do in the area. Any thoughts??
kjps1

United States

#24 Jan 15, 2010
Mike Rogers wrote:
We are thinking of buying a home in Eagle Creek
sub division
we are hearing some some bad news about this are
concering bad construction
can any one confirm this
Thank You
Mike Rogers
po box 255
Grandy NC 27939
rogers664@juno.com
i live there and its a decent neighborhood but yes they rushed int he construction and used shitty materials, my advice-don't!
kjps1

United States

#25 Jan 15, 2010
Laura wrote:
Gosh...we just put an offer in on a house in Eagle Creek and still waiting for a response. You guys are making me wish for a denial....I would rather hear from people who actually live there. Any good things about the neighborhood. I also do in home childcare and was wondering how I would do in the area. Any thoughts??
it's a good neighborhood only one real problem, and that is the minor vandalism and the reason for that is the homeowners association, which promised us playgrounds, basketball courts, skate park, and they have yet to deliver. the kids get bored, so they go do stupid stuff, and as for the child care, my opinion is that you'd do great with all the people in the neighborhoods with young children.
kjps1

United States

#26 Jan 15, 2010
cryptodave wrote:
How is having bad neighbors anything to do with law enforcement? Is it the sheriff's department or the state trooper division's duty to shoot someone for not saying hi or not returning the weed eater?
Anyway, as I've heard it, the deputy is the reason several people are moving out of there anyway...
And I guess you folks have totally forgotten about the big drug bust that happened back in Eagle Creek not that long ago....
Drug bust? please enlighten me!
Rob

Spanish Fort, AL

#27 Feb 7, 2010
Its the parents fault that live here in Eagle creek they Bitch about we need a play ground etc. You are going to blame the Homeowners Assc. If the parents had control with more rules in there house hold and wasnt so far in debt that they had to work late b/c they needed money and spent the time with there children then problems solve. But I fotgot the American way now is to blame the other person. Eagle Creek is nice. But dont buy here.
Carolyn

Angier, NC

#28 Feb 7, 2010
Parents are in a tough situation. They get blamed for being in debt to be able to live in a nice home and if they don't take that route and say maybe live in a trailer...what are they called then?
Rob

Spanish Fort, AL

#29 Mar 9, 2010
Carolyn wrote:
Parents are in a tough situation. They get blamed for being in debt to be able to live in a nice home and if they don't take that route and say maybe live in a trailer...what are they called then?
Well I can tell you dont understand one bit. It doesnt matter what you live in first of all, a roof over someone head is called a roof. Its the fact of raising your children to be something when they grow up. People make the choice on how they want to live but when the parents buy these high dollar homes to keep up with others parents and they dont pay any attention to there kids and then there kids get into trouble then we get the excuse's of america. You come into this world with nothing and you leave this world with nothing. But atleast the time you spend in this world should be with family and friends not at a job 16hrs a day 6 days a week. This my friend is a undercover slavery at its best
john

Newland, NC

#30 Mar 19, 2010
cryptodave wrote:
How is having bad neighbors anything to do with law enforcement? Is it the sheriff's department or the state trooper division's duty to shoot someone for not saying hi or not returning the weed eater?
Anyway, as I've heard it, the deputy is the reason several people are moving out of there anyway...
And I guess you folks have totally forgotten about the big drug bust that happened back in Eagle Creek not that long ago....
for one all the deputies in the nirghborhood are very nice, all there doing is there job. and i know the majority of people in eagal creek know that and understand that. it was the state trooper in the back that people were geting mad at, BUT at the same time he is doing his JOB! and doing very weel at it. i have meet jeff and hes a very repectable man. i thinkg if anyone gets on here, they should know what there are talking about. and WAHT drug bust ?? there was no BIG DRUG bust in the back of eagal creek. get ur facts strait then blog it.
john

Newland, NC

#31 Mar 19, 2010
Laura wrote:
Gosh...we just put an offer in on a house in Eagle Creek and still waiting for a response. You guys are making me wish for a denial....I would rather hear from people who actually live there. Any good things about the neighborhood. I also do in home childcare and was wondering how I would do in the area. Any thoughts??
it would be a a good try but there is already a child care in the nieghborhood. the neighborhood is an alright place, but there is alot of drama. in some cases bad neighbors, if i were u i wouldnt move in, the houses are crapy, if i were to go back in time i wouldnt of moved there.
john

Newland, NC

#32 Mar 19, 2010
kjps1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Drug bust? please enlighten me!
there was no drug bust. see what happens in moyock, one person said one thing they dnt know about and isnt true and every1 starts to belive them.
momto3

Camp Lejeune, NC

#33 Apr 8, 2010
I had the very unfortunate experience of living in Eagle Creek. You could NOT pay me enough to live there again. Have never met more unfriendly, stuck-up, rude, ignorant people in my life. Not too mention the kids that are left to their own accord and do nothing but cause trouble and discontent in the neighborhood. Think twice before moving here!!
Party Time

Portsmouth, VA

#34 Apr 12, 2010
Hey whats the word on the bar opening back up in eagle creek? I heard that place used to get wild at night. If only I had a bar in my neighbor hood with in walking distance.
Amaze

Lakeport, CA

#35 Jan 8, 2012
Will not recommend ever again living in a HOA. Was upset after going to a board meeting and hearing how their HOA doesnt enforce property lines and tells the residents to battle it it out in court. As for the gent who was voicing his concerns, he is right! If drainage easements are enforced between the houses they wouldnt have any property line disputes. Driving through several days afterward to visit my friend who lives there I notice some houses have their easements, others have filled them, placed hedges etc. Mention was made of more than one boundary dispute as well, and there should be none. Isnt that why people have an HOA, to avoid neighbor problems and live in a place where some poorer person doesnt have to worry about being in a legal battle? Otherwise, its really an OK neighborhood. The vandalism has been stopped as far as I know months ago. People are friendly or snobby anywhere, I think most people are great there. Military, retired, police, professionals. Just get a survey first and dont buy unless any issues are resolved first. And drive through the neighborhood. If you dont see ditches restored to halfway between houses there probably is still a problem there in that neighborhood. I wish that gent best of luck with his HOA. Glad I dont have to live there.
Katy

Blacksburg, SC

#36 Nov 28, 2012
Look out on snowden road. Nice brick home out there for sale. It's huge too over 3500 for a great price.
Curious George

Moyock, NC

#37 Dec 2, 2012
I use to live there people are very nosey. It's pleasantville.
C Thompson

Moyock, NC

#38 Aug 3, 2014
I moved into the Eagle Creek subdivision about 2 month ago. When I signed my name on the mortgage, I was shown a plat map of my property and the boundaries of it. I've been diligently taking care of my lawn and home as per the 'very' strict HOA codes and the plat map I was shown.

A couple of days ago while mowing my lawn, several individuals came up to me and asked why I wasn't mowing the adjacent land to my house. I told them it wasn't mine according to the plat map I'd been shown. Afterward, some folks got on a Facebook page and trashed my reputation to hell and back, basically insinuating that I was refusing to take care of my property. Little did I know I'd been lied to about the survey boundaries just to get me to put my name on the mortgage. The overgrown, weedy area (about 1/2 acre of it) next to my property 'is' mine and I was supposed to have been mowing it all along. That's on me, for trusting people who I 'thought' had told me the truth about the boundaries. I should have never taken their word for it about where my property lines were; I should have hired a separate surveyor. BUT, there was no need for many residents to assume I was 'refusing' to take care of something when they don't know me, had never met me and didn't even bother coming up to me as others had and introduced themselves. It was a simple misunderstanding that could have been rectified if I'd known the land was mine to begin with, and if someone had shown me 'their' plat maps. I got suspicious after the third person contacted me in one day and I finally checked on the property lines myself. But the Facebook incident was uncalled for and infantile! Some in this community are as unfriendly and as accusatory as any people I've ever met in my life; and I was a cop for most of my adult life. Don't move here if you expect friendliness or a simple knock on the door to address a problem or air misunderstandings. This is a 'highly exclusive' community (interpret that as you will, but trash is trash no matter how much money they make or how nice their houses look). If they don't want to 'like' you, they'll let you know and in a big hurry. But they won't have the decency to come and do it to your face; they resort to social network media to do it behind your back. Move elsewhere...where folks still believe in talking to you face-to-face about an issue. And PLEASE don't believe 'anything' anyone tells you about where the survey lines are in this division!!!
EC Res Too

Moyock, NC

#39 Aug 4, 2014
C Thompson wrote:
I moved into the Eagle Creek subdivision about 2 month ago. When I signed my name on the mortgage, I was shown a plat map of my property and the boundaries of it. I've been diligently taking care of my lawn and home as per the 'very' strict HOA codes and the plat map I was shown.
A couple of days ago while mowing my lawn, several individuals came up to me and asked why I wasn't mowing the adjacent land to my house. I told them it wasn't mine according to the plat map I'd been shown. Afterward, some folks got on a Facebook page and trashed my reputation to hell and back, basically insinuating that I was refusing to take care of my property. Little did I know I'd been lied to about the survey boundaries just to get me to put my name on the mortgage. The overgrown, weedy area (about 1/2 acre of it) next to my property 'is' mine and I was supposed to have been mowing it all along. That's on me, for trusting people who I 'thought' had told me the truth about the boundaries. I should have never taken their word for it about where my property lines were; I should have hired a separate surveyor. BUT, there was no need for many residents to assume I was 'refusing' to take care of something when they don't know me, had never met me and didn't even bother coming up to me as others had and introduced themselves. It was a simple misunderstanding that could have been rectified if I'd known the land was mine to begin with, and if someone had shown me 'their' plat maps. I got suspicious after the third person contacted me in one day and I finally checked on the property lines myself. But the Facebook incident was uncalled for and infantile! Some in this community are as unfriendly and as accusatory as any people I've ever met in my life; and I was a cop for most of my adult life. Don't move here if you expect friendliness or a simple knock on the door to address a problem or air misunderstandings. This is a 'highly exclusive' community (interpret that as you will, but trash is trash no matter how much money they make or how nice their houses look). If they don't want to 'like' you, they'll let you know and in a big hurry. But they won't have the decency to come and do it to your face; they resort to social network media to do it behind your back. Move elsewhere...where folks still believe in talking to you face-to-face about an issue. And PLEASE don't believe 'anything' anyone tells you about where the survey lines are in this division!!!
You weren't trashed and at least use your real info, or the other post on EC FB has a wrong name. Agreed, this neighborhood is full of loon's and busybodies, but don't become one of them too and exaggerate what happened and not use your real info. Most of the hubbub is about the corner area in front of the bushes on both sides of the corner and on the right of ways. Welcome to the neighborhood, there are a few decent people here.
C Thompson

Moyock, NC

#40 Aug 4, 2014
This is rich, coming from a person who won't use anything but initials. And the 'trashing' to which I referred was reported to me in person, by 3 residents; one of them an HOA board member who said he came to my 'defense over the issue'. I wasn't allowed onto the FB site where the commentary was ongoing. And please don't 'welcome' me. Just stay away, keep off my property and we'll get along just fine. My comments are essentially backed up by previous posters, none of whom I know or have ever met and over a period of years.

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