Do you live in a Blanchard and Calhoun neighborhood? Chances are you might. Here’s a run down of the places we’ve developed over the years that so many of us have called home. It all stared in Forrest Hills in the 20s. Then, in the 30s, we built King Woods. After that, Country Club Hills, Vineland and National Hills followed in the 40s, 50s and 60s. Then, we hit our stride in the 70s with Westchester, Watervale, Merrymont and Arrowhead. The 80s saw Conifer, Ravenel, Raintree, Bransford Place and Ansley Place break ground. In the the 90s Bartram Trail, Northwood, Farmington, The Rapids and Windy Hill were all developed and the 2000s brought Tudor Branch, Carnes Place and West Forrest.
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