HeartSpring Holdings, a locally-owned business, presents for lease:
|"LaBlanc Middie"||1/1 on 1 level||LaBlanc Way||Feb 1, 2014||$1,050|
|"Golf Patio"||3/2 on 1 level||Elysian Way||spring, 2013||$1,800|
|"Golf View"||3/2 on 1 level||Elysian Way||March 1, 2014||$1,800|
|"Hilltop"||3/2 on 1 level||Glenald Way||leased||$1,800|
|"Montre"||2/2 on 1 level||Montre Square||June 1, 2014||$1,350|
|"Two On LaRue"||2/2 on 1 level||LaRue Place||leased||$1,300|
|"LaBlanc Cutie"||1/1 on 1 level||LaBlanc Way||leased||$950|
|"Cantey Woods"||3/3 townhome||Cantey Place||leased||$1,900|
The Cross Creek website puts it this way:
Cross Creek is a unique gated community spread across 122 acres of prime, intown forest. The community offers offers a variety of floor plans and open areas. With wide parkways and mature landscaping, Cross Creek combines a peaceful setting with an array of amenities and services. Our community includes an 18-hole par three golf course with on-site golf pro, tennis courts, and 3 swimming pools. The main clubhouse includes a health club, lounge and restaurant/banquet facilities that offer both inside and covered-deck seating, all overlooking Cross Creek pond and the golf course. The golf course and restaurant/lounge are open to the public.
While our units vary in size, paint colors, and other finishes,
many are updated with new appliances.
And all units feature new top-rated keyless deadbolts for
your safety, security, and convenience.
A word about heating, cooling, electrical, and water heaters.
Most of Cross Creek was constructed from roughly 1968 to 1972. This means that some units in the community have outdated electrical panels, old water heaters, improperly grounded outlets, or marginal heating and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment. These are all a problem waiting to happen -- don't let it happen to you!
For your safety, all of our units have grounded wiring, GFI receptacles, and current electrical panels. We have also replaced water heaters and HVAC systems as needed. Additionally, all HVAC systems are under maintenance contracts to minimize the chance of failure, and to ensure that they will be fixed promptly if they do fail.
While many of these updates are not obvious, they make a difference for your safety and comfort. Besides, who wants to live somewhere with old stuff that breaks?