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No. While McLendon Hills has its own McLendon Home Construction, LLC, residents are free to choose any builder to construct their dream home. All home plans must be approved by the Architectural Review Board before construction can begin.

For more information, please click on the question to visit the McLendon Hills Construction Co. page.
There are a total of approximately 230 (plus or minus) tracts, but residents are able to purchase side-by-side lots upon which to construct their home, if they desire additional land. So the answer to this question would depend on how many people build on one lot or on multiple lots. We have lots in Phases 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 available for immediate sale. No. You may purchase a lot without a time limit on building. McLendon Hills will have a total of 8 phases. Six of the eight are now open. Yes. Currently, minimum square footage requirements are: 2,000 square feet for single-level homes, and 2,400 square feet for multi-level homes. The Moore County Schools are excellent! Residents of McLendon Hills attend West End Elementary, West Pine Middle, and Pinecrest High School.

To learn more about the schools please click on the question to visit the Moore County Schools website.
Property taxes in McLendon Hills are very reasonable - just $0.58 per $100 evaluation, which includes $0.465 county general taxes, $0.03 ALS, $0.085 fire support and emergency 911 services. For example, if you purchased a $500,000 home, your taxes would be $2,900/year.

To learn more about taxes in Moore County, please click on the question to visit the Moore County Government website.
Yes.

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Yes. 2017 annual dues for owning a lot (with or without a dwelling) are currently $650.00.

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Yes, McLendon Hills residents must adhere to a set of Restrictive Covenants, which protect their property values and ensure a high level of quality.

To review the Restrictive Covenants Document, please click on the question.
McLendon Hills is located near Pinehurst, NC where you can find over 40 golf courses within a 30 minute drive.

For a comprehensive list and further information on all area golf courses, please click on the question to visit HomeOfGolf.com.