WaterWays Township is a thriving community in Richmond Hill, with a deep history and plenty of activities for your family to enjoy. Amenities include an Olympic sized swimming pool, the Hawk Island Boat House, the Grand lagoon lake, Trellis Park, and access to the Red Bird Waterway just to name a few! Seaport agent, Veronica Ryan, sold a home to the first family in the WaterWays Township neighborhood in 2011, and has since sold to the the 100th family as of December 5th, 2016! Below is the full article from the neighborhood newsletter, Current Times. Congratulations, Veronica!
Welcome to Our 100th Family – The Isaacs
” Tranquil, natural, quiet, safe—these words came to mind when Pam and Charles Isaac were asked to describe their new neighborhood. “It’s a nice little village,” Pam said through a smile, “and it’s so homey. We love just sitting on the porch, or meeting the neighbors. People are walking and talking. It’s so different than other places we have lived where you don’t even know the name of the person who lives next door.”
The Isaacs closed on their home in the RidgeWood Park neighborhood of WaterWays Township on December 5th, 2016. Based on this date, they were the 100th family to reside in WaterWays Township—an important milestone for the community. The WaterWays team celebrated this achievement by presenting several gifts to the Isaacs, including a gift card, which the couple plans to use towards an area rug for their new home.
The Isaacs are originally from Gainesville, Florida, but they have lived all over the country. Most recently, Pam and Charles lived in Simpsonville, South Carolina, where they totally renovated their previous home. After several years of retirement, the couple decided that they wanted to be closer to family, especially their 12 and 16 year old grandchildren. The Isaacs originally planned to purchase a home in the same Richmond Hill community in which their daughter and grandchildren live; however, they ended up in WaterWays. “It’s a picture-perfect neighborhood,” Pam beamed. “We just fell in love.”
Charles retired from working at GE Medical Systems four years ago, and Pam worked in the banking industry many years before that. In their free time, Pam enjoys crafting and sewing, while Charles enjoys woodworking and reading historical non-fiction and biblical studies. Charles is also an avid golfer, and he looks forward to the day when WaterWays Township boasts its very own golf course.
When asked what they most enjoy about living in WaterWays Township, they replied that they love seeing all the young families with kids. “It’s so nice hearing the children laughing and playing outdoors, and we love that the parents feel safe enough to let them.” Pam expects that living in this atmosphere will help keep her and Charles young, and the couple is excited for many happy years enjoying all that the community has to offer.”