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LOWNDES COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

With information from Scott Alderman-

A new subdivision is in the works for people who work on Moody AFB. ACC Housing Group LLC, Balfour Beatty will develop an off-base 90-home subdivision for the families of Officers and NCOs of Moody Air Force Base and an 11-home on-base development for Moody leaders.

The subdivision will include single-family homes and extensive recreational site amenities. The site is an undeveloped tract on the west side of Val Del Road, north of Valdosta, about one mile north of its intersection with North Valdosta Road. The site is served by Lowndes County water and sewer lines and other infrastructure.

This site and these homes will not be exempt from property taxes. The developer will own and manage the entire site and the homes, and pay full property taxes with no giveaways by local governments.

Moody AFB officers and NCOs and their families will lease these homes from the developer. These homes will be new, nice, top-quality, single-family, 3- and 4-bedroom, 2000-3000 square-foot homes , with equivalent values in the $250,000-$350,000 range if sold separately.

The community will be like any new upscale, top-tier, private housing subdivision. There will be full-size lots, professional landscaping, two gated entrances on Val Del Rd, and full site amenities like a pool, clubhouse, play courts, play fields, walking trails, etc.

 

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