ABOUT THE VILLAGE

Every now and then a developer seems to get a project right. We believe that The Village is just that project. Resting on over 190 acres on the shores of Lake Martin, The Village boasts several sectors for every taste. We think that our vision of ONE builder, ONE architect and ONE bank is the perfect scenario for what The Village stands for…’The Simple Life’. We have created “timeless” designs that are built to last. With 3000 feet of shoreline remaining and only a fraction of acreage used, you can see that The Village is a long term community project. We are looking forward to more innovative designs and sectors in the future.

Whether you are interested in a waterfront Cottage, a Bungalow with a view, a Villa, or a Cabin, we have it here in The Village.  Each sector in The Village contains the same quality materials and design that goes into every part of construction.

Please take the time today to visit The Village.  I am positive that you will like what you see.

Brian Ray, Developer

‘The Simple Life’

My husband and I sold our 7 acre home in Prattville last March and decided to lease a home in The Village for a year to “test” the lake life. Needless to say, we have fallen in love with the neighborhood and are set to close on our own home in May.

Occasionally, I will drive into Auburn “the big city” as I call it, to do some shopping, but can’t wait to return home to the peacefulness, tranquility, and beautiful lake views that have now become our home. Not even a rainy day can spoil a day in The Village.

Brian, Brandon, Christi and Mindy have been so easy and enjoyable to work with. The amenities are top notch, as well as all of the Astrata employees. It’s so nice to live in a neighborhood where your kids can actually go outside and play without any cause for worry. We have lived in Virginia, Texas, Atlanta and Florida and have never felt more at home and had so many wonderful friends.

The Village is now our permanent home and we look forward to many years of enjoying “The Simple Life!”

— Britt Higman