Geranium Homes sets up shop in Woodstock
It’s not everyday a girl gets asked to have lunch in Woodstock.
It’s a town that isn’t on many people’s radar, but after a quick look around, I think it should be. It has some lovely heritage architecture, a weekly farmer’s market, 62 public parks, shops, boutiques and restaurants and a new hospital.
I think that’s why Boaz Feiner, the president of Geranium Homes, decided to take over the Village of Sally Creek, a master-planned adult lifestyle community that surrounds a 9-hole golf course (which will grow to 18 holes in time). And oh, the Sally Creek Golf Course is a thing of beauty! But only if you’re accurate; it’s a tight course, with lots of water and some treacherous blind doglegs. BTW, that's not me in the picture, above, that is my colleague Cindy Lloyd.
The community centre, which will include an indoor swimming pool, sauna, exercise facilities, a greenhouse solarium, games room, library, computer lab, crafts room and workshops, is about to open. And the restaurant in the club house is yummy, too.
And, of course, because Woodstock is "off the grid," houses are reasonably priced and built by BILD's Homebuilder of the Year. That's quality and value, all in one great package.