Thinking about building a home in Twenty-One Oaks of Woodbury? Currently Pratt Homes has several lots available including these featured homesites.
Lots 1 and 2 of block 5 have lovely pond views. All year round the pond will provide many habitats for animals in the area as well as migrating geese and other water fowl. Winter the ponds can be used for a rousing game of pond hockey or relaxing ice skating.
Lot 7 of block 5 has a beautiful and expansive South Eastern view. You’ll see some beautiful sunrises from this home.
Looking for a home that is move-in ready? Then be sure to tour our current model located at 4891 Sunflower Bay. This beautiful home has all the amenities you could want in a lovely 3 bedroom villa including 3 baths, 3 car garage and total finished square feet of 2,776. It also boasts a lovely three season porch, exposed beams in the great room and a well designed floor plan perfect for those who love to entertain. To learn more or schedule a tour of this model home in Twenty-One Oaks please contact Belinda Nachtsheim at 612-865-7243.
About Twenty-One Oaks:
Twenty-One Oaks, located in Woodbury, is one of the southeast metro’s newer communities. Each home site has been designed as a sanctuary to accommodate your home, exactly how you want it. With five experienced Minnesota home builders, spacious custom home sites, and miles of walking paths, this neighborhood is the perfect place to build your new home.
Pratt Homes Community, The Villas of Twenty-One Oaks consists of 23 Association Maintained Detached Villas. This neighborhood offers the comforts of a maintenance free lifestyle with all the benefits of living in a master planned community. Twenty-One Oaks offers a Community Center, Pool, Clubhouse, trails – What more could you ask for!
Located at the crossroads of three major interstates: 94, 494, and 694, Twenty-One Oaks is just minutes from Minneapolis, St. Paul and the entire metro area. This community is part of the highly regarded South Washington County School District (ISD) 833 and just a short walk to the new East Ridge High School.