Up to $30,000 in Incentives and New Ranch Model Homes in a Wilcox Community Near the Ozarks

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Villas at Wicklow announces new home models in Nixa, one of Missouri's fastest-growing cities.

The Villas at Wicklow, located in Nixa, Missouri feature luxury maintenance-free condominiums nestled in the scenic Ozarks. New models are coming soon to this Wilcox Community, ranch-style homes starting in the low $200's and developed for homeowners desiring little or no exterior upkeep. As one of Missouri's fastest-growing cities, experiencing a growth rate of 353 percent in the last 20 years, Nixa offers residents several venues for shopping, dining and recreation.

Residing near the heart of Nixa allows homeowners from the Villas at Wicklow the opportunity to take advantage of everything the city has to offer. Two models of the new single-level homes are now available: the Canterbury and the Abbey. The luxury ranch-style condominiums feature two or three bedrooms, two full baths and a two-car attached garage. Designed with a European Country exterior, each home boasts an open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, walk-in master closets and either a private patio or screened-in veranda.

Every Wilcox Community provides its homeowners with an exclusive community clubhouse that includes a fully equipped kitchen and spacious common area ideal for socializing with neighbors. The Villas at Wicklow also feature a fitness center and outdoor heated pool with full patio area, perfect for relaxing on a sunny afternoon.

Wilcox Communities is a Columbus, Ohio based company that builds maintenance-free communities in the Midwest and Southeast. Since 2002, Wilcox Communities has built neighborhoods with beautiful homes and luxurious amenities for homeowners seeking a hassle-free lifestyle. Wilcox Communities is a proud Builder Partner of EPCON Communities.

For more information on Wilcox Communities, please visit http://www.wilcoxcommunities.com. To walk-through one of the new models at the Villas at Wicklow, contact John Loffer at (417) 725-2484.

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