Sans Souci Subdivision – Sans Souci Homes
Homes in the Sans Souci Subdivision were built between the 1960’s and 1970’s and many would represent what was considered luxury homesin the mid 1900’s. Many of the Sans Souci homes are either sprawling ranches similar to those in Alschuler Subdivision, or large 2-story homes in a multitude of styles. In Sans Souci subdivision, you can find German architectural influences, Spanish, English, American Farmhouse and many others. Like in Cherry Hill Subdivision, the great variety of home styles gives Sans Souci Subdivision a custom feel – each home is unique! Some of the homes in Sans Souci Subdivision are laid out like popular estate homes were in the 1960’s – often with a large foyer, sweeping staircase, long great-rooms and marble-surround fireplaces. Homes are set among large lots full of mature landscaping and often feature brick or cedar exteriors. You can find Sans Souci Subdivision by taking Randall Road south to Kensington Place and heading west to Sans Souci Drive.Home values in Sans Souci Subdivision eregularly approach or exceed the $300,000 range – some have even closed closer to the $400,000 range. Because each home is rather unique, pricing homes in Sans Souci Subdivision can sometimes be tricky. That’s why you should rely on the expertise of your local real estate expert for a detailed home value analysis.
Some of the main streets running through Sans Souci Subdivision include Sans Souci Drive, Wyckwood Drive, Tanglewood Drive and Berwick Drive. Local businessess close to Sans Souci Subdivision include the Jewel grocery directly north as well as a Wal-Mart and several fast-food restaurants. Several local churches as well as a Blockbuster Video and some smaller stores round out nearby community resources. If you head north on Orchard Road from Sans Souci Subdivision, you will locate a couple home improvement stores as well as gain easy access to I-88.