Golden Oaks Subdivision – Golden Oaks Homes
Located on the SE corner of the intersection of Randall Road and Sullivan Road, Golden Oaks subdivision consists of perhaps 400 homes built in the early to mid-1990′s. Entrances to Golden Oaks subdivision can be found on the south side of Sullivan Road just east of Randall Road and on the north side of Indian Trail also east of Indian Trail. Golden Oaks subdivision also connects to the Beau Ridge subdivision – an older section to the East. Built by Pulte Homes, Golden Oaks homes are known as great starter homes. Solidly built, reasonable in value yet full of features for a small to medium-sized family, Golden Oaks Subdivision is a great place for first-time homebuyers or retirees looking to downsize.
Home models include the Inverness, Applewood, Ebony, Greenbriar, Chestnut, Butternut and Fruitwood in different elevations. The Greenbriar is a ranch-style home while the Chestnut features a modern floorplan and vaulted ceilings. Perhaps one of the most popular models, the Applewood offers a full dining room, living room, family room and 3-4 bedrooms. Golden Oaks subdivision features two ponds as well as a small park/playground. Gertrude Scott Smith Elementary School is located between Golden Oaks subdivision and Beau Ridge subdivision and consists of nearly 750 students in District 129. There is a large vacant parcel of land adjoining Golden Oaks on the North East corner of Indian Trail and Randall Road that has recently been acquired by Town and County homes with plans of becoming a senior community.