Driving through a lot of neighborhoods-new or well-stablished-you’ve probably thought “these houses all look the same.” While the houses may be beautiful, well designed, and great for most families, there is just something about your neighbor having the same-looking house that just isn’t appealing. Don’t you want to give a friend directions to your new home and not have them drive by 5 times because they can’t figure out which one it is? Don’t you want them to immediately know which house is yours? Don’t you want to have that “awe” factor?
Give them the “awe” factor
We’ve mentioned before that Estancia is an extremely beautiful development, with it’s native grass restoration, water reserves, and preservation of flowers. The development is and will continue to age well as the landscape is restored. Home buyers will fall in love with the beauty of this development and when it comes time to move to a new home (as if), selling will be a snap because Estancia will be even more beautiful. If you’d like a reference for the future, hop across to Tyler St. and check out Estancia’ sister development, Fox Ridge.
But let’s take your eyes away from the greenery for a minute and check out the homes. They are anything but “cookie cutter.” Each home, whether it was originally a model, a spec home, or a completely custom design, is so different that from phase to phase you’ll forget that you are still in the same development. The builders in Estancia heard that we wanted all different homes and went to work, exceeding our expectations.
Some of our favorite homes have been 3819 N Estancia by Chapman Custom Homes in Phase I, The Terraced Cottage by Perfection Builders in Phase II, and soon to be the Cimmaron plan by McClellan Enterprises in Phase III.
Construction of Phase III of Estancia began in September 2020. After a strong start, we have big expectations for this final full phase (another half phase start date TBD).
3918 N Estancia
Chapman Custom Homes
The Terraced Cottage