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Wyngate Villages

Price Range:
$110,000 - $200,000
4991 Ampthill Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Builder(s): - Keystone Homes


Wyngate Villages, located in historic Winston-Salem, NC, is only a few minutes from downtown, Hanes Mall and both Wake Forest Baptist and Forsyth Medical Centers, with easy accessibility to I-40, US 421/Bus. 40, Hwy. 150, and US 158. This community of new homes in Winston Salem features all-brick, one- or two-level, luxury town homes with one or two car garages, 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 to 3 baths, from 1,508 to 2,222 square feet and starting from $149,990.

There are also mid-range, 2-story town homes with 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, from 1,330 to 1,668 square feet, starting from $115,990.

Wyngate Villages amenities include: architecturally dynamic plans with stylistic structural detailing, brick veneer, easy care vinyl siding, 30-yr. architectural shingles, community clubhouse and swimming pool.


Parade of Homes Gold Award Winner

  •  Master up / Master down 2-story & one level plans available
  •  0 - 2 car garages
  •  Community pool & cabana
  •  Low maintenance living
  •  Amazing location! Easy access to I-40 and minutes from downtown, Hanes Mall, Baptist & Forsyth Medical Centers, and much more!

Equal Housing Opportunity - LogoBuilder: Keystone Homes
Sales: Kyle Hayes
Phone: 336-451-5588
Model Hours:  Mon-Thurs 11-6, Fri 1-6, Sat 10-6, Sun 1-6

Available Listings

  To sort, click column header  |  $$$ = Move-In Special
Lot # Ready Story Br/Ba SF Plan Price Features
372 Ready Soon! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1330 Oxford $117,990 Details
369 Ready Soon! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1356 Queensbury $119,990 Details
367 SOLD! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1668 Rochester $123,990 Details
553 Ready Now! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1508 Bermuda $164,990 Details
518 Ready Now! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1508 Bermuda $166,990 Details
517 Ready Now! $$$ 2 2/2.5 1821 Cayman X $174,990 Details
552 Ready Now! $$$ 2 2/2.5 2088 Greenwich $205,990 Details


Directions to this community:

I-40 West to HWY 421 North. Take first exit - 239 - Jonestown Road.
Left on Jonestown for 0.5 miles. Right on Romara Drive. Go 0.3 miles.
Turn right into Wyngate Villages. Turn left on Ampthill Lane. Office is on the left.

Photos & Information

New Homes in Winston-Salem/Keystone Homes/Wyngate Villages - Townhomes


Site Plans

New Homes in Winston-Salem/Keystone Homes/Wyngate Villages - Site Plan - The Arbors

New Homes in Winston-Salem/Keystone Homes/Wyngate Villages - Site Plan - The Gables

New Homes in Winston-Salem/Keystone Homes/Wyngate Villages - Site Plan - The Trellisses


About the Area:

Winston-Salem, NC

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, predates the American Revolution, dating back to 1753 when Moravian missionaries arrived to convert the American Indians.  In 1766, the settlement was named Salem, meaning Peace.  In the 19th century a thriving commercial center called Winston flourished in the area adjoining Salem.  In 1919, both towns merged to become Winston-Salem.

Today Winston-Salem is a tourist mecca as well as a center for the arts.  The restored village of Old Salem is Williamsburg-in-miniature.  Residents and visitors alike crowd the cobbled streets at Easter and Christmas.  Reynolda, the former estate of the founder of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, is open to the public as an arts center. Reynolda Village is an Old World community of unique shops and restaurants on the estate.  Tanglewood, another Reynolds estate, is now open to the public for swimming, horseback riding, camping, and arts events.

The first Arts Council in the country was established in Winston-Salem which is the home of the North Carolina School of the Arts.  Four other colleges and universities and a technical institute are additional secondary education campuses.

Winston-Salem’s downtown, is bustling with industry and the arts. Major industry in downtown Winston-Salem has blended with the arts to help  the center city remain vibrant.

Today Winston-Salem has grown to be part of a thriving metropolitan area called the Triad, encompassing High Point and Winston-Salem, and with more than a million people.