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Cherokee Station currently under construction
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Dryden Enterprises is building Cherokee Station subdivision in Hinesville. The future neighborhood will be accessible from East Oglethorpe Highway by taking Topi Trail or Meloney Drive. 

Construction for Cherokee Station began in early 2018, with clearing and prepping of land. The first homes located in the subdivision are scheduled for completion as early as September 2018. In Phase 1 of construction, Cherokee Station will have about 20 homes built, all with city water and sewer connections. Homes will vary in layout and appearance with both one and two-story plans. Homes built in Cherokee Station will accommodate families of various sizes with plans ranging from 1900 square feet to more than 3000 square feet. These homes will have features that include smooth surface cooktops and built-in single ovens in the kitchen, and 9-foot ceilings throughout the first floor. Sidewalks also will be built throughout the development upon completion of each phase. 

“This location will be a premiere neighborhood for Hinesville. I feel confident the residents of Cherokee Station, as with all of our developments, will love not only their homes but also the entire neighborhood,” Dryden Enterprises President Claude Dryden said.

Dryden Enterprises has built more than 3,000 homes in Liberty County. For more information, visit

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