History of Gray Ridge
Gray Ridge is a Pike Road neighborhood that currently has homes and lots for sale. Gray Ridge is zoned for the upcoming Pike Road School system.
Gray Ridge is small – there’s one main street that runs through the development – so there’s no thru traffic, and it’s very convenient to I-85. Some parts of Pike Road are very rural, but Gray Ridge has a suburban feel. It backs up to the established neighborhood of Lochshire, and is also close to Bridle Brook and Woodland Creek.
Gray Ridge is just north of the Pike and Vaughn Roads intersection. Turn left from Vaughn Road onto Pike Road, pass the CVS and entrance to Lochshire, and Gray Ridge is the next neighborhood on your right. You’re close to Vaughn Road, Chantilly Parkway (Wal Mart, Home Depot), and The Shoppes at EastChase. For a Pike Road location, it’s very close to East Montgomery, and since you can hop on I-85 quickly at either the Mitylene or Waugh exits via Highway 80, drive time into the city is pretty quick.
Gray Ridge was originally called Cawfield, and was another pre-recession neighborhood that had a tiny spurt of building, but then sat silent for a few years. It’s been in the hands of a couple of developers along the way, but Gray Ridge is now being built out by Stone Martin Builders. Similar to Bon Terre and Providence (both neighborhoods also on Pike Road), there are lots for sale and floor plans to choose from. According to the ad in Montgomery Advertiser East Montgomery December 28, 2012 paper, homes in Gray Ridge have 2,000 – 4,300 SF of living space and are priced from the $170′s to the $210′s.
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