Suppose I wanted to look at land in Ridgetop. How do I get started?
Go and take a look at Ridgetop's wesbite. Using the button below, it should open right here. If you like what you see, you will probably want to call and speak with the developer, Robert Livingston. He bought 1700 acres in 2001 and started selling Phase I parcels in 2002. No one knows this land better than he does.
Ridgetop has grown exponentially since its inception less than ten years ago; it's now in its 13th carefully-executed phase and there's something here for everyone. There are still parcels available in the earlier phases but the potential for combining contiguous parcels or purchasing a larger tract is greater in the newer phases. You'll want to tell Robert what you have in mind for house and barn, and how many horses you'll want to accomodate so he can make suggestions based on acreage, topography and price.
Robert also owns a real estate agency in town, Southern Star Realty. His son-in-law, Troy Gammon, is the Broker so it's a family enterprise. If you want to explore the possibility of buying a home in Ridgetop that is already built, everyone in the office is very knowledgeable about what's on the market.
The next step, of course, is to come and take a look. You'll want to make an appointment with Robert so he can spend time showing you around. If you're already working with a real estate agent, that's not a problem; just ask him or her to make the call.
To open Ridgetop's website