With its southern-inspired homes and rustic pavilions, The Waters blends old and new to create a flexible architectural style. Here, contemporary town houses and traditional mansions jostle for street space. Looking for a cozy cottage? Or a large family home? There’s something for everyone — whatever your personal style.
Traditional Neighborhood Development
Unlike some other communities, The Waters was built on the principles of traditional neighborhood development, which follow conventional town-planning concepts. That means wide roads, lots of green space, well-connected streets and amenities for the whole community. Everything is within walking distance of your new home, so you never have to travel far whether you are buying a loaf of bread from the local store or going for a walk in the woods.
Imagine living in a tranquil community, away from the hustle and bustle of city life. At The Waters, you can sit out on your porch and watch the world go by. This is a place where people know their neighbors and let their children play in the yard. You can still access the big city, though. The Waters is just 10-15 minutes away from Montgomery’s shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Many of the homes at The Waters incorporate architectural elements from the South. White exteriors, sloped roofs, large windows — you’ll find all of these classic southern hallmarks in this community. There are contemporary details, too. Many homes have large rooms, stainless steel appliances, gleaming countertops and custom cabinetry.
Drilled Pier Foundation System
Homes in The Waters utilize drilled piers, where developers drill a large hole in the ground and fill it with concrete. This technique offers many benefits. Drilled piers provide a greater bearing capacity, which allows more resistance to uplift.
The Waters is an architectural wonder. Designed with families in mind, this community makes good use of its beautiful natural surroundings with spacious houses on tree-lined streets. Are you interested in making The Waters your new home? Click here to find out more.