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Great News:

Our Condominium Tax status has been accepted by the Attorney General of New York. You can expect huge tax savings annually, and for the life of your home here at Legacy Woods. ( Typically, Condo tax status saves homeowners 38% annually!).

Our Oldenburg model is into the Town of Clarence for Permit and you will see us digging the 10’ basement as early as July 20th. Please call us at 716-221-8492 if you’re interested in seeing how this “state of the art” basement system works. In July Customers can come to our office to see our showroom come to life with displays of Kolbe Windows and doors, the custom stone, flooring, and finishes we’ll be using in all our homes.

We have been given the green light to start the 60 acre perimeter walking path which will be open to all Legacy Woods residents. This will not be a paved surface, but instead be made purposefully porous material to allow rain water to drain through it. Everything in Legacy Woods is meant to be sustainable and to leave the lightest footprint on the planet as possible.

If you’d like to stop in or call us for an appointment, we can fill you in on all the features and benefits of this truly unique neighborhood.

[/vc_column_text][vc_zigzag][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][dfd_heading style=”style_01″ title_font_options=”tag:h5″ subtitle_font_options=”tag:h3″ subtitle=”March 2021″]Building Update[/dfd_heading][vc_column_text]

Back in February we received our official road dedication and approvals from the Town of Clarence. We can begin selling and building on any of our first 11 homesites off Red Hawk Trail.  Every home in Legacy Woods will give you the choice of ultra -modern flat roof designs,  or they can be pitched depending on your preference.  Standard features are 3 ½ car side- load car port garages making the neighborhood look and feel truly special. Four- sided Stone, Epi Wood and brick exteriors make this exclusive neighborhood stand out from all the rest.  

To grab your attention, we’ll be building our 4 bedroom, 3 ½ bath,  4,508 sqft. Oldenburg Model on sublot #28 first. This model takes advantage of the spectacular rear yard view of Gott Creek and its surrounding tree line. There are extensive exterior balconies, open green roof areas, and courtyards that all make this model live even larger. The Oldenburg highlights a first- floor master suite with 10’ ceilings throughout. There is also a 20’ great room with floor to ceiling glass creating that distinctive California look.

The all- glass stairway with floating treads is a real conversation piece as you pass the office and head to the upstairs. The second- floor ceilings are all 9 feet and each of the additional 3 bedrooms have walk in closets. There is also a loft and egress to the rear balconies that all view the trees and trails in a park-like setting.

Other features include the “Superior Wall” basement systems. They will be highly insulated R-21 for extra comfort. Standard 9 -foot heights are perfect for those who want to make the most out of their home’s foundation. The Superior System comes with a 15 -year guarantee against leaks and cracks as well as a pre-chased studded wall system-making it easier to drywall. There are special HVAC systems that filter the air so well that the air inside the home will be cleaner than the air outside!. All hardwood floors, quartz countertops and high- end cabinets highlight the kitchen area. These homes are all unique and no two will be built exactly the same.

It’s time to schedule your meeting with us to learn about the other 3 models.

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Phase 1

[/dfd_heading][vc_column_text]We are currently entering Phase 1 and building on our first 11 homesites, on Newhouse Road, off of Red Hawk Trail.

In March, we will begin construction of our 4 bedroom, 3 ½ bath,  4,508 sq. feet Oldenburg Model, located on homesite #28.

This model takes advantage of the spectacular rear landscape view of Gott Creek and its surrounding  wooded, tree line.  Extensive exterior balconies, open green roof areas, and courtyards make this model live even larger. The Oldenburg highlights a 1st- floor master suite with 10’ ceilings throughout. There is also a 20’ great room with floor to ceiling glass windows, creating that distinctive California look.

Hardwood floors, quartz countertops and high- end cabinets highlight the kitchen area.

The spectacular all- glass stairway with floating treads is a real conversation piece as you pass the office and head to the upstairs. The second- floor ceilings are all 9 feet, and each of the additional 3 bedrooms have walk- in closets. There is also a loft and egress to the rear balconies that all face the beautiful nature view of  trees as well as  trails—all  in a park-like setting.

Other features include the “Superior Wall” basement systems that are highly insulated R-21 for extra comfort. Standard 9 -foot heights are perfect for those who want to make the most out of their home’s foundation. The Superior System comes with a 15 -year guarantee against leaks and cracks as well as a pre-chased studded wall system-making it easier to drywall. There are special HVAC systems that filter the air so well that the air inside the home will be cleaner than the air outside!. These beautiful custom homes are  unique,–providing your individualized style  to shine through.[/vc_column_text][vc_zigzag][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][dfd_heading style=”style_01″ title_font_options=”tag:h5″ subtitle_font_options=”tag:h3″ subtitle=”Clarence Bee”]

Town Board opens the gates for Legacy Woods project

[/dfd_heading][vc_column_text]The Legacy Woods subdivision received design approval from the Town Board last week, bringing the concept of a community built around an equestrian trail one step closer to fruition.

Dr. Greg Daniel plans to create an equestrian community, referred to as “Legacy Woods,” that would allow horses to walk alongside neighborhood residents in the comfort of their backyards. The subdivision will be located on the west side of Newhouse Road, north of Roll Road.

More[/vc_column_text][dfd_delimiter][dfd_heading style=”style_01″ subtitle=”Buffalo News” title_font_options=”tag:h5″ subtitle_font_options=”tag:h3″]Proposal for equestrian community in Clarence would feature riding trail, open space.[/dfd_heading][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]April 26, 2018

Riding trails, solar panels and geothermal heating would be some of the features of Legacy Woods, a 50-lot equestrian community of upscale single-family homes planned for Newhouse Road in Clarence.

A public hearing on the project was set for 6:15 p.m. May 23 by the Clarence Town Board Wednesday.

The property is owned by Dr. Greg Daniel, who lives next door in a geothermal home and operates a 40-acre equestrian center on Newhouse Road.

Sean Hopkins, an attorney who represents Daniel, told the board the open space design would leave 50 percent of the nearly 60-acre property as permanent open space and the redesign would reduce the rate of runoff into neighboring properties. The stormwater management plan would also accommodate the runoff from an additional 115 acres on the other side of Newhouse Road, he said.

The runoff design was a concern due to the Gott Creek corridor along the property.

Hopkins told the board that a previous proposal, Newhouse Acres, only had 25 percent open space and called Daniel’s proposal a much better option. He said the design of the riding trail, as well as plans for environmental amenities, would be presented to the Town Board before the public hearing.

If the Town Board approved the open space design in May, the project would go to the Planning Board for development review. The Planning Board has already approved the conceptual and environmental review, Hopkins said.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][dfd_single_image image=”18115″ enable_link=”yes”][/vc_column][/vc_row]