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The Legacy At Jordan Lake home to one of the world's largest RicoRock waterfalls

Posted Thursday, February 22, 2007

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Pittsboro, NC - Debbie Houston, president of Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services, has announced that one of the world’s largest RicoRock waterfalls has been completed at the entrance of The Legacy at Jordan Lake residential community.

The waterfall is approximately 25 feet in height with a 30-foot-wide ledge. A series of rapids-style falls that drop 24 to 25 feet are separated from it by a landscaped area filled with large rocks and plants. It includes three ponds – an upper pond above the falls; a middle pond to break up the rapids; and a 150-foot-wide lower pond that captures the falling water. RicoRock is fiberglass reinforced concrete that is hand-textured and stained to achieve a look close to that of natural rock.

“We are excited that we have created this distinctive entrance at the Legacy at Jordan Lake,” said Houston. “The waterfall lends a spectacular breathtaking view to those who visit or live there and enhances the community’s upscale look.”

About The Legacy at Jordan Lake:
Located in Pittsboro, North Carolina, The Legacy at Jordan Lake is one of the most desirable luxury living enclaves in the southeast offering spectacular views and cascading waterfalls. With home sites starting from $170’s and homes from $800,000 to $2 million plus, residents of the gated, residential community can enjoy many amenities including a spa and fitness center with an indoor pool, a clubhouse, resort-style pool, tennis courts, short iron practice golf, and hiking trails.

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