The Eastover Model Built At The Enclave At Sardis Hall & Wyndham Oaks (Photo: Business Wire)

Ryland Homes Charlotte (NYSE:RYL) is proud to announce the opening of two stunning new communities in South Charlotte - The Enclave at Sardis Hall, located in the prestigious South Park area of Charlotte with homes from the $600’s and Wyndham Oaks, located in the highly desirable Ballantyne area with homes from the $500’s. Both quaint neighborhoods, offering 8 and 11 homesites respectively, will feature Ryland’s upscale Concerto Collection of homes ranging from 3,100 sq. ft. to over 4,000 sq. ft.
The Eastover Model Built at The Enclave at Sardis Hall & Wyndham Oaks (Photo: Business Wire)

The Eastover Model Built at The Enclave at Sardis Hall & Wyndham Oaks (Photo: Business Wire)

With the Concerto Collection, Ryland has created a perfect symphony of beautiful form and impeccable function for a lifetime of luxury. The 5 impressive plans offered in each new community boast 3 – 7 bedrooms, 2.5 – 3.5 baths, sideload garages with options to extend, extensive molding packages, all brick exteriors and Ryland’s Signature Gourmet Kitchens including stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. These truly livable home designs showcase Ryland’s commitment to quality and functional style.

Wyndham Oaks is close to shopping and dining at Ballantyne Village, Stonecrest & Blakeney while The Enclave at Sardis Hall is just minutes from Uptown Charlotte. Both communities are convenient to top rated public and/or private schools. The Enclave at Sardis Hall has plans to build a playground for residents.

Each new Ryland home in The Enclave at Sardis Hall and Wyndham Oaks is designed with both homebuyers and the environment in mind. Ryland's HouseWorks ® program ensures the use of energy-efficient materials and features like ENERGY STAR ® appliances, Low E windows, Low VOC paint and more, meaning lower energy consumption and costs.

To learn more about new homes in Ryland’s Wyndham Oaks & The Enclave at Sardis Hall, visit

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