Greenfield Station is a residential development in Brandon located off Highway 468.
There are two neighborhoods within Greenfield Station ~ Greenfield Ridge has homes starting at 1200 square feet, and Greenfield Crossing, with homes starting at 1550 square feet.
Greenfield Station meets the needs of many Rankin County homebuyers. Homes currently on the market in Greenfield Ridge are priced between $165,000-$189,000. Homes for sale in Greenfield Crossing range in price from $200,000 to $250,000 at the time of this article.
Not only are home prices affordable in Greenfield Station, the neighborhood qualifies for USDA Rural Housing Development loans, and is eligible for 100% financing. Borrowers must meet certain eligibility requirements, such as creditworthiness and income limits to qualify, but it is an excellent opportunity to purchase a new home.
Two pools provide summertime fun for neighborhood residents. A management company handles the maintenance of common areas, collects the annual assessments, and ensures the covenants are observed.
Children in Greenfield Station attend Rouse Elementary School, Brandon Middle School and Brandon High School.
Homes are in various stages of completion as shown in the above photo. There is a good selection of homes that are move-in ready.
It's smart to have your own buyer's agent if you are considering a home in Greenfield Ridge or Greenfield Crossing. As an Accredited Buyer's Representative (ABR), I can represent you in the home buying process at no cost to you.
To learn more about Greenfield Station or any other new construction property in Rankin or Madison County, call or text me.
Written and Published by Pat Starnes REALTOR
Pat specializes in Residential and New Home Sales
Primary Service Area:
Brandon, Pearl, Ridgeland, Flowood and the Ross Barnett Reservoir area
Pat Starnes, Broker Associate
Front Gate Real Estate, 6700 Old Canton Rd., Suite C
Ridgeland, MS 39157
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