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Revery Point lakefront condos at Foxland Harbor golf community near completion

Bill Lewis, Special to Nashville Tennessean / USA TODAY NETWORK — TENNESSEEPublished 7:00 a.m. CT Sept. 26, 2018

The first 22 condos at Revery Point are almost complete and residents will begin moving in before the end of the year. Construction of up to 30 more units will begin soon, said Joe Godfrey, Foxland’s president.

Most of the 22 residences in the first phase were sold while construction was still under way.

“I have eight units left,” said Godfrey.

Wanda Sloan’s enthusiastic reaction to Revery Point helps explain why demand has been so strong.

“We’ve been trying to find a condo on this side of the city with some amenities. This is the first of its kind,” she said.

Luxury condos can be found in Nashville on West End Avenue and in the Gulch or in Franklin’s Westhaven community, but nothing like that has been available on the north side of the region until now, said Sloan.

The condos are all one-level flats and range from 1,370 to 2,660 square feet. Prices for a two-bedroom unit begin at $375,000 and at $550,000 for a three-bedroom floor plan. Penthouses cost $800,000. The condos are in four-story buildings with parking underneath.

“They’re all on the water and all units have a lake view,” said Bailey Godfrey, affiliate broker at Godfrey Realty.

The condos were initially named Water’s Edge, but to avoid confusion with other developments Joe Godfrey changed the name to Revery Point.

Residents will enjoy a maintenance-free lock-and-leave lifestyle on the shore of the lake. If they join the country club, they will have access to the 18-hole golf courses at Foxland and nearby Fairvue Plantation as well as the pools, restaurants and clubhouses at both communities.

That country club, Tennessee Grasslands Golf and Country Club, was formed recently with the combination of the clubs at Fairvue Plantation and Foxland Harbor.

That’s another attraction, said Wanda Sloan. Her husband will have his choice of courses and their children and grandchildren, who live in the area, will have plenty to do.

“We’ll have access to two clubhouses,” she said.

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