Introducing the Reserve at Ohonte Way
Saratoga’s Newest Residential Development Offers “City-In-The-Country” Living

Saratoga Springs, N.Y. – Kaydeross Partners, LLC is currently developing Saratoga’s newest residential oasis, just east of Route 9 off Kaydeross Avenue West, within the city limits. After three years of careful planning and city zoning approvals, this 14-acre parcel will boast four new prime building lots and the newest road within the outer district of Saratoga Springs.

The Reserve at Ohonte Way offers a unique opportunity for the homeowner wanting close proximity to downtown Saratoga, the Saratoga Racetrack (one mile), Saratoga State Park (500 yards) and Exit 13 access combined with the privacy, serenity and beauty that come with wooded home sites that range in size from two to five acres. The outer boundaries of all four parcels are part of a conservation zone that prohibits any building that would disturb the natural environment.

The four parcels are being offered for sale as a group, for a builder looking for development opportunities, as individual lots including a building contract with local builder Thomas Whipple Builders using home designs that have already been envisioned and incorporated into the master plan or as individual lots for a prospective home buyer with their own builder in mind. Potential clients with their own plans and builder would need to have their plans approved by the LLC’s Architectural Review Board to ensure the esthetic vision of this special location is maintained.

Landscape architects at Saratoga Associates have helped the developers realize their vision for this endeavor by creating a landscaping plan that enhances the natural beauty of this property. The landscape design was created around home suggestions chosen by the developers that project a tasteful esthetic that is critical to the property’s appeal.

The Reserve at Ohonte Way was named such to honor the indigenous Mohawk Native Americans from this area. Like the word “Kaydeross”, the word “Ohonte” is a Mohawk word. Ohonte translates as “green” or “grass”.

For pricing and information contact Thomas Whipple Builders at 518-339-2013