Have you heard about the community garden in Ardmore?
A community-funded, nonprofit organization with a mission to educate and enrich the community through sustainability and wellness initiatives. In addition to serving the community through education, S+A seeks to demonstrate how neighbors can come together and build on the community’s resources to impact lives and achieve positive results.
Please visit their website at ArdmoreGatewayGarden.org.
Everyone is welcome to join in the fun, education, plantings and new events happening all the time.
** 2016 was another banner year in Ardmore, equal to, if not exceeding 2015 sales. The questions is… what is the cause for the higher prices and increased sales?
Cost of construction: For those homes that have been updated or had additions in the past 5 years, the cost of materials have increased significantly since 2012, so the overall renovation has become more expensive. In one year, the cost of a 24x4x8 framing stud has risen by 10% in the U.S. market.
Interest Rates: With low interest rates, the cost of purchasing money is better than ever, so buyers can afford more house for the money and prices go up. When interest rates go up, the price of homes will come down.
Approximately 6,000 acres of land with over 2,000 buildings, bounded on the west by Knollwood Street, the north by Queen Street, the east by Duke Street and the south by Ardsley Street. Knollwood Manor and properties East of Bolton Street are still considered Ardmore and are well within walking distance to Baptist Hospital.
Established in 1900 as the first middle-class residential neighborhood with Craftsman style and Victorian style homes, being the first neighborhood in Winston Salem to have detached garages for the commuting residents. Residents comfortably offer a rainbow of color to spice up the streets and dot the neighborhood with eclectic styles. On any given day, joggers, walkers and strolling families fill the sidewalks and parks.
Dog walkers are so popular in Ardmore that several residents leave a special watering dish out for thirsty fidos.
Spring in Ardmore is breathtaking. Just about every street is lined with blooming trees & bushes, not to mention the tulip & daffodil displays.
Leisurely walks are the most enjoyable. You'll see everyone out in their yards, dog walkers, children playing and pretty scenes all around.