Windsor Estates is perfect for people who want access to all a city lifestyle provides, and yet have a home life that seems separate from the hustle and bustle. This is a very quiet and peaceful neighborhood.
If you tour the subdivision in the spring, the first thing you’ll notice is the azaleas. In this neighborhood, the homeowners are all meticulous about their landscaping, and most of them have chosen the pink flower to provide a burst of color. Meanwhile, the tall, mature trees, hang over the residential roads providing shade and a sense of seclusion.
Windsor Estate is made up of roughly 37 homes, almost all of which were built in the 1980’s. There are a variety of architectural styles from traditional colonial to a more art deco style. The lots are larger than most area neighborhoods. A couple of the houses sit on two acres or more. The rest of the homes are approximately one acre.
Two homes sold in Windsor park in 2020 for an average price of $513,500. The subdivision is located in the much sought after Holly Tree Elementary, Roland Grise Middle, Hoggard High school districts.