Dodd Meadows is our latest community development. It is located at the corner of Crest Road and East Blue Ridge Road in East Flat Rock, NC, making it close to schools, churches, shopping and community resources. The community is named in honor of Steve Dodd who served as the affiliate’s president from 2003 through 2008, a period of time that represented tremendous growth for Henderson County Habitat for Humanity. Dodd Meadows, once completed, will serve as the home for 114 families and an estimated 400 children. Many of these children will be the first generation to grow up in a home owned by their family.
Begun in January, 2013, this community will consist of two, three, and four bedroom homes, and will be open to senior citizens and those with disabilities as well as to families. As is true of all Henderson County Habitat for Humanity homes, Dodd Meadows homes are designed to meet the highest standards of energy efficiency and safety.
Dodd Meadows will consist of park areas, playgrounds, sidewalks, walking trails, ponds and bright cottage architectural homes. Your donations today will help us buy the materials needed to build affordable homes in Dodd Meadows.
Shuey Knolls is located in Edneyville, NC, off of Chimney Rock Road (Hwy. 64). Made possible by a gift from the estate of Margaret Shuey, it consists of 67 homes with a community center and park lands providing green spaces and recreational spaces for its residents.
Built on land purchased using a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Highlander, this community consists of 17 homes in a wooded area of rolling hills located in Hendersonville, NC.
The Village at King Creek
Habitat purchased this Hendersonville property from Housing Assistance Corporation and constructed 3 homes with families in need of decent housing.
Kay Thomas Drive
A small community consisting of 12 homes in the heart of Hendersonville, this drive was named after Kay Thomas, a long-time volunteer and former President of the affiliate.
Located off of Crest Road in East Flat Rock, Grove Hills is a community of 18 homes and was awarded the Best New Housing Development Award from the Department of Commerce Community Development Block Grant Small Cities Program.
Jackson Heights Subdivision
Habitat purchased this Hendersonville property from Housing Assistance Corporation and constructed homes alongside 7 families.
Green Meadows Subdivision
Habitat purchased this Hendersonville property from Housing Assistance Corporation and constructed 14 homes in partnership with families who now pay an affordable mortgage.