Glenview Park Subdivision

Glenview Park Subdivision

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Steve

Atlanta, GA

#1 Apr 30, 2012
Canfield Development is developing lots off Cabin Way in eastern Jefferson County. Part of the development is in the City of Glenview, KY and the remainder in unincorporated Jefferson. These lots have only one way in and one way out, mostly through a sixth class city of Glenview Hills. The access road is never plowed or maintained. There are title issues regarding ingress/egress because of a number of private roads in the area - particularly Glenview Avenue. Glenview Hills cops pull over all the non-residents and tickets them. I wouldn't buy there. It is overpriced junk and the initial homes are crap.
Carl

Clayton, NC

#2 Nov 18, 2012
The whole post above is completely fabricated. The subdivision will be quite nice with high-end custom homes built by some of Louisville's top builders. There are no Glenview Hills cops as the small subdivision does not have a police force. If you don't like the project OK, but don't make rediculous statements to try and justify your position. What a dufus.
Eve

Cumming, GA

#3 Mar 24, 2014
Carl wrote:
The whole post above is completely fabricated. The subdivision will be quite nice with high-end custom homes built by some of Louisville's top builders. There are no Glenview Hills cops as the small subdivision does not have a police force. If you don't like the project OK, but don't make rediculous statements to try and justify your position. What a dufus.
HA HA ... the developers gone went bankrupt! The homes suck. Cheap, cheap, cheap. Cabin Way has never been plowed in 40 yrs. If you buy here, buy a 4 X 4.
Robert

Corydon, IN

#4 Mar 24, 2014
Eve wrote:
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HA HA ... the developers gone went bankrupt! The homes suck. Cheap, cheap, cheap. Cabin Way has never been plowed in 40 yrs. If you buy here, buy a 4 X 4.
You clearly don't know what you are talking about. The developers haven't gone bankrupt. In fact, there are completed homes in the development with another in the early stages of construction. New homes are subject to very high construction standards and are governed by a lengthy Restrictive Covenants Agreement. I personally visited the development recently since I am in the market for an upscale building lot. While I will not pursue a lot in Glenview Park it's important for other buyers to know the facts.
Cheese

Fayetteville, GA

#5 Apr 6, 2014
The covenants have been amended many times just like the covenants for Falls Creek which the same developer did.

The homes are over built for the lots, have small/cheap windows, and you have to drive several miles because the subdivision is a dead end.

Some of the lots are in Glenview KY (with Glenview taxes) and NO ACCESS TO GLENVIEW KY. These same lots all front private roads that will not be maintained by either Glenview KY or the County.

Why buy there, you can buy better lots right now and for less right on Lime Kilm Lane near Orion RD?
Mitch

Grayson, GA

#6 Jun 12, 2014
These too small lots on private roads - no deeded access over Glenview Avenue will never sell. No direct access to Glenview KY. Apparently, the title insurance companies are not doing a thorough review
Steve

Dacula, GA

#7 Oct 31, 2014
More ugly houses. Money does not ensure taste.
margaret

Lawrenceville, GA

#8 Jan 21, 2015
Steve wrote:
More ugly houses. Money does not ensure taste.
Dead. This subdivision will never be finished. Do not buy here.
tim

Mcdonough, GA

#9 Jan 26, 2015
margaret wrote:
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Dead. This subdivision will never be finished. Do not buy here.
Canfield got what he deserved. This subdivision and it's cheap homes are a disgrace.
ann

Mcdonough, GA

#10 Feb 2, 2015
Prices slashed again way below what original lots sold for

Homes have a built in negative equity
pat

Atlanta, GA

#11 Feb 21, 2015
30 years and the entrance to this subdivision cabin way has never been plowed in any snow storm. Bet the developer never explained that
terrie

Norcross, GA

#12 Mar 18, 2015
Now that spring has begun those homes built on 40 feet of fill dirt should show signs of settling and other foundation problems.

The place used to be a ravine.
JoeSchmo

United States

#13 Mar 18, 2015
terrie wrote:
Now that spring has begun those homes built on 40 feet of fill dirt should show signs of settling and other foundation problems.
The place used to be a ravine.
Man, you should be a subdivision architect. You must be highly educated... smh.
mike

Cumming, GA

#14 Apr 23, 2015
This place shows new money has no class. These homes are so cheaply built and on tiny lots. Alex Hart hill would turn over in his grave to see his family land so badly raped. Do a title search on Glenview Avenue to see all the legal issues surrounding the access.
zoey

Decatur, GA

#15 May 5, 2015
Be wary of this place. 3 lots were apparently sold to a developer who built a house at the end of woodside road to use as his backyard.
keith

Conyers, GA

#16 May 16, 2015
Ruined a beautiful area
nancy

Suwanee, GA

#17 May 21, 2015
Why buy here?
Old Timer

United States

#18 May 21, 2015
nancy wrote:
Why buy here?
Same reason I bought your mom for several nights.
den

Dacula, GA

#19 Jun 2, 2015
Ugly brown brick homes with fake stone.
carol

Dacula, GA

#21 Jun 3, 2015
den wrote:
Ugly brown brick homes with fake stone.
And no yard

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