Lake Asbury, FL, July 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Homeowners at Rolling Hills at Lake Asbury now have access to the community’s new two-story residents club. As part of East West Communities’ $5 million amenities package, the facility includes a leisure room with fully-equipped kitchen, Internet center and kids’ club. The building’s first floor connects to a super pool with slide and a splash pool with interactive water feature.
Rolling Hills, aptly named for its beautiful rolling terrain, is a 562-acre master planned community situated in the heart of Clay County. The environmentally-sensitive community adjoins the Bradley Creek Greenway conservation in Lake Asbury and contains more than 200 acres of nature preserves.
The community’s amenities include a fitness center, playground, an outdoor party pavilion, six tennis courts and an outdoor amphitheater lawn and pavilion. Rolling Hills’ second phase will include a two-acre dog park, miniature golf and additional parks and playgrounds. A full-time recreation staff, including a social director and tennis pro, oversees year-round activities for the entire family. Residents have access to golf at nearby sister communities Eagle Harbor and Eagle Landing.
“Our residents enjoyed the grand opening of the new club last weekend. It’s a beautiful facility for beating the Florida heat, while offering our owners a place to mingle and get to know their neighbors,” said Roger Arrowsmith, president of East West Partners of Florida. “Rolling Hills is an affordable, family-friendly community.”
Six area builders - CornerStone Homes, Sid Higginbotham Builders, Kingsouth Construction, Rosewood Homes, Ryland Homes and David Weekly Homes – have created an array of floor plans in a wide variety of styles for the community with homes priced from the $180s to more than $500,000.
Residents of Rolling Hills have the advantage of the renowned Clay County School System, one of only 15 districts in the state to receive an “A” rating since the State Dept. of Education began grading the state’s school districts in 2003. The A-rated Lake Asbury Elementary and Lake Asbury Middle Schools are within walking biking distance, with Clay High School less than 10 miles away.
The community is also convenient to shopping, restaurants and less than a mile away from the 85-acre Ronnie Van Zant Park with its soccer and baseball fields, basketball courts, picnic area, playgrounds and nature trails.
The community’s information center is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and on Sunday from 12 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. For more details on Rolling Hills, call (904) 284-3100 or e-mail the sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org. More details, including directions and a locator map, are available at www.rollinghillsfl.com.