Since 1989, Saussy Burbank has built some of the most distinctive neighborhoods in the Carolinas.
Since 1989, Saussy Burbank has been a force in bringing relevant, sustainable developments to the Carolinas. They’ve built everything including affordable housing, upscale custom infill homes and award-winning traditional neighborhood developments.
From foundation to fixtures, Saussy Burbank’s commitment to style and detail sets them apart. Their designs reflect the rich architectural heritage of our region while fitting within the context of modern cities.
They use Guild Quality as a third party to survey the satisfaction of homeowners during and after the home buying process. Saussy Burbank is proud to have been honored with the Guildmaster Award, the organization’s highest honor for customer satisfaction, every year since 2011.
726 Patrick Johnston Lane (lot #23)
726 PATRICK JOHNSTON LANE (LOT #23)
MOVE IN READY
New construction home by prominent local builder. 0pen floor-plan w/ 4 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths, master down, attached garage. All selections by interior designer including gourmet kitchen with quartz counters, farmhouse sink, GE Stainless gas range, island, walk-in pantry, 42" maple cabinets. Main level has 3 1/4" oak floors, 10 ft ceilings, extensive molding, laundry room, screened porch, and built-in cabinetry. Main level master bedroom with large walk-in closet, double vanity, free standing tub, tile floors. 3 additional bedrooms upstairs plus large loft/bonus area. Walkable location close to greenways!
703 Patrick Johnston Lane
3 1/2 baths
TOWN OF DAVIDSON
Located 20 miles north of Charlotte, N.C., Davidson a small college town with engaged and active citizens who care deeply about their community.
Davidson has a mayor, Board of Commissioners, manager and staff, all dedicated to providing residents with a high quality of life. The Town appreciates the great “sense of community” that exists.
OPEN SPACE, GREENWAYS & DEVELOPMENT
In the last few years, the town has acquired almost 500 acres of open space. Miles of greenways and walking trails connect neighborhoods providing citizens with alternate ways to get around town and access nature up close.
Even the Davidson interstate interchange (I-77 exit 30) is different. When you drive off I-77 into Davidson, you see offices, restaurants and hotels, but you also see green space, homes, schools and shops, all accessible by pedestrians.
Development is different in Davidson. The town requires public input sessions for all new developments, follows new urbanist principles, and believes in the importance of good design.
Davidson is the 2004 Smart Growth Award winner for Overall Excellence in town planning and design. In 2013, Davidson won the North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association’s “Great Main Street” Award.
AMENITIES AND DIVERSITY
Main Street has shops, restaurants, wide sidewalks, a community library and flowers everywhere. The Town Green is used for pick-up football games, play dates, festivals, jugglers, croquet matches and outdoor concerts.
Davidson is built for pedestrians and bike riders, not for the car. No drive-thrus are allowed here. The Town believes in connectivity and walkable streets.