Willow Oak Village, tucked off of Wrightsboro Road in Grovetown, Georgia, is one of Bill Beazley Homes and Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Beazley, Realtors’ steadily growing new neighborhoods. With multiple floor plans and innovative quality, it’s no surprise that this is a great place to move for anyone in the Grovetown area.
Are you curious about all of the zones around Willow Oak Village? This post will answer those questions for you. Keep reading to know about school zones and more for this amazing neighborhood.
Willow Oak Village is located in Columbia County, so students would be zoned for schools in the Columbia County School System. If you have an elementary student living with you, they would be zoned for Euchee Creek Elementary School off of Louisville Road. It is a short drive from Willow Oak Village making for easy drop off and pick up.
Middle school students are zoned for Grovetown Middle School and high schoolers are zoned for Harlem High School.
Plant Hardiness Zone
Are you wondering what plants would thrive in your yard if you moved to Willow Oak Village? Grovetown’s growing zone is an 8 according to the online plant guide. This means that plants can survive in weather as cold as 10 degrees Fahrenheit.
The warm temperatures in our area allow gardeners to grow lush yards filled with beautiful flowers and a variety of fruits and vegetables. Curb appeal is easily attainable in Willow Oak Village with the ideal planting environment. You can refer to the online plant guide for the best plants to use in the area as well as when to plant them.
A few examples of good plants to consider for your home are willow trees (ironically!), dogwood trees, Japanese cedar shrubs, honeysuckle, and lace flowers. Warm temperatures make it easy to bring color and texture to your yard.
If Willow Oak Village sounds like it may be a good fit for you and your family, contact our experienced realtors today. Some homes are still being built so you can get into a semi-custom build for the home of your dreams!