If you’re looking to reside in a new subdivision with sidewalks and underground utilities, within the Cole Elementary school district, the Norwell Wildcat Hill neighborhood is a great place to consider moving to. The 46-lot Wildcat Hill neighborhood completed its last new construction home in 2018 and is now fully developed. The master developer has turned over the reigns of the homeowners association to the residents of this new sought after neighborhood.
Sophisticated Nantucket style custom homes with cupolas that shine bright
The wonderful homes located in the new 46-lot Norwell Wildcat Hill neighborhood range between 2,700 and 4,000 square feet of living area and feature a “Nantucket style” look and feel, with many rooftops adorned by large cupolas that shine bright at night. The homes are sited closer to one another due to the half acre lot plan and the amount of land dedicated to open space, however families have embraced the proximity and it has brought people closer together in terms of friendships and annual block parties. Families and those with pets can enjoy the long walks throughout the development on the paved sidewalks and the beautiful natural habitat that surrounds the Wildcat Hill Norwell neighborhood. Recent sales of newly constructed homes have ranged between $1,000,000 and $1,395,000. The Wildcat Hill Norwell neighborhood is served by a wastewater treatment center, which means each home is not required to have its own septic system as every property is tied into the treatment facility. Each homeowner contributes monthly to an HOA that provides the funds to operate the treatment plant and its management. Part of the HOA fee also provides for future reserves that will be needed down the road.
The Norwell Wildcat Hill Neighborhood is Unique and Offers Easy Access to all the South Shore has to Offer
This subdivision known as Wildcat Hill was a co-development partnership between JP Gallagher Construction of Norwell and A.W. Perry of Boston, a large land owner throughout the South Shore. The development was the first of its kind in Norwell under a newly created open space development plan, whereby half acre house lots were created and an equal amount of land was deemed open space, however since the commencement and completion of the Wildcat Hill Norwell neighborhood, the Town of Norwell abolished this type of subdivision plan and now requires one acre lots to build a single family home.
Norwell’s Rural Lifestyle, Pathways, Recreation, Parks, and its Crown Jewel the North River
The Wildcat Hill Norwell neighborhood is located on the western side of Norwell near Hanover. The development is located off of Wildcat Lane, which accesses Pleasant Street, South Street and Main Street. It’s convenient to Norwell High School, the future site of the new state-of-the-art 22,800 square foot Norwell library, the future Hanover Crossing, Merchants Row and Route 3, with easy access to Boston and Cape Cod. The Norwell Wildcat Hill Neighborhood is within close proximity to Norwell’s pathways, which run from Jacobs Pond to the bottom of Forest Street near Norwell’s town center. It has become one of Norwell’s most prized assets for all residents and visitors to enjoy whether you are a walker, runner or biker. Norwell’s jewel prize is its access to the North River, which runs between Norwell and Marshfield. It has several access points for boaters whether you are kayaking or launching your motor boat from a trailer. In the summer you’ll see kids jumping from the Bridge Street bridge at the height of high tide and nature lovers hiking on the edge of Norris Reservation spotting egrets and seals resting on the banks of the river.
If you would like more information about the Norwell Wildcat Hill neighborhood, please feel free to reach out to Realtor George Jamieson at William Raveis Real Estate in Norwell. George can be reached at 617-877-4839 or by email at George.firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to learn more about Norwell or search other Norwell homes for sale click here.