A section of 22 residential lots have begun development on the west side entrance of Circle C North. The lots and subdivision have been approved by the City of Austin and will be subject to all City of Austin rules, regulations, and inspections. The lots will be for 22 single family homes built on a single street with access from Barstow. The homebuilder will be Streetman Homes, and the homes will be 100 % masonry and range in square footage from 1800 to 3200 square feet, depending on the size of the lot.
The homes are in the Circle C Homeowners Association and are subject to approval by the Architectural Control Committee of the CCHOA. The developers are also responsible for installing a masonry wall that will match the wall already constructed on the east side of Barstow, and landscaping at the entrance. The subdivision is estimated to be ready for homebuilding by the end of the year, or the first of 2013.
For homes along Auckland that back to the new development, each new home will have a fence installed at the rear of the lot. Homeowners on Auckland are then welcome to take down their existing fence and share the new one, or keep their existing fence in place.
Construction hours will be 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and some construction will be done on Saturdays. There will be no construction on Sundays. Questions:
Construction/Development: Contact Steve Bartlett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Interest in buying a home: Streetman Homes, 512-329-9966
Questions for the Architectural Control Committee: Contact Susan Hoover at email@example.com.
An additional section of residential single family lots is being developed at Avana, south of SH 45. The new section extends to the south off Estana Lane, and will consist of 72 single family lots. This will be a continuation of the existing home product in Avana.
Construction hours are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday. It is anticipated that the lots will be finished in October, 2012. If you have questions regarding construction or development, please contact Dustin Einhaus at firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Pacific Homes is the homebuilder. If you are interested in buying a home, please visit the model home at Antigo and Escarpment.
A water line is currently being installed at the dead end of South Bay all the way to SH45 that will provide water for the Wildflower Commons development at the SH45 bend. Construction is expected to last until September.