Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Rancho Lorena Nears Completion of First Phase

The Rancho Lorena subdivision is nearing completion. Almost 35% of the lots have been pre-sold to builders and individual homebuyers. The roads are being prepared for base and asphalt as we speak. Rancho Lorena is Lorena's premiere subdivision offering acreage lots from 1.4 to 4 acres. It is situated in the perfect location development wise. The property is in the Lorena School District, it has Spring Valley Water, and is in the City of Waco ETJ, so residents will basically have no city taxes until it is annexed. Lorena has been a very desirable school district for over 20 years, however, families wanting to relocate there have only had a few options as to where the could move. Now with the great access to Spring Valley Rd. and Old Lorena Rd., Rancho Lorena is poised to be best place to live in the Lorena area.

Country Estate Living at its best. Rancho Lorena will allow you to have an animal such as a horse. You can build a barn or out-building as long as it matches the construction of the house. There is a 2,000 sq/ft minimum on houses. All buyers will submit there plans to the Architectural Control Committee for review and approval.

Lots are very affordably priced and are going quickly. A model home will be built sometime in 2008. For more information, you can go to http://www.rancholorena.com/ or for contact information.

Mark P. Felton

Keller Williams Realty 254-495-1241 .


Mark Felton offers buyers looking for houses in Waco a full suite of professional services. As a licensed realtor and co-owner of Keller Williams Waco, he can assist you with any of your real estate needs. Mark also is a Custom Home Builder and Developer. His home building company is Front Porch Homes which builds in and around the Waco area. And his development company is Frontera Development, which is a full service real estate development firm based in Waco, Texas. The primary focus is residential, master planned communities that emphasize the values of New Urbanism and Traditional Neighborhood Development.

Frontera Development is also the developer of the Cotton Crossing subdivision in Woodway as well as Lost Oaks in Bosqueville.

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