Lake Anna is full of fun and unique subdivisions and sometimes choosing the right one can seem like a daunting task. We caught up with John Romano recently, the developer of the Noah’s Landing subdivision near Pleasant’s Landing. Romano has invested a lot of time and energy into ensuring that Noah’s Landing will be Lake Anna’s premier waterfront subdivision.
The subdivision includes more than 200 home sites with a community drainfield, which allows homeowners to position their home for the perfect view or add that additional bedroom that are limited in some other subdivisions. With many lots with outstanding panoramic waterfront, Noah’s Landing offers a beautiful site for a beautiful home with some of the best views on Lake Anna.
The neighborhood will include five separate common areas with varying features that are sure to please. More than 30 acres are used for the common area spaces – which include boat launch areas, covered boat slips, ample parking, sandy beaches, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and a deluxe commercial playground. One common area will be solely designated as a dog park.
Four pavilions will each have a propane grill making a barbecue a breeze. there will be three miles of walking and biking trails, which will also be large enough for golf carts, making it easy to access all areas of the subdivision. The common areas will also include a swimming pool and tennis courts.
Currently, lots are still at pre-construction prices, but once the common areas are complete, the prices will be set to normal prices. Romano let us know that at this point, the final site plan has been submitted for approval and are waiting for comments back. All dredging, bulkhead, and the boat launch have been completed. Investments have been made into the property each year and plans continue to make Noah’s Landing the best it can possibly be. The subdivision will have more million dollar homes than any other community at Lake Anna.
The waterfront lots are designed to each allow a pier & boathouse and homeowners won’t need to extend far into the water to reach a reasonable depth. Each lot has a designated “water space building area” to ensure that each property owner knows exactly which space is available for docks or boathouses.
Another fun feature of Noah’s Landing is the themed signage and decor of the neighborhood. Road names are those such as “Ark Avenue” and “Olive Branch Court” and the playground will be complete with an actual ark. Every attention to detail has been paid to make sure this is a flagship neighborhood for Lake Anna.
There are several new homes listed as “to-be-built” that can be customized during or prior to the construction start. For more information on these listings, please visit the ‘Subdivision Spotlight’ section at LakeAnnaGuide.com.