Traditional Neighborhood - New Homes ...

Traditional Neighborhood - New Homes a Blast from the Past

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Since: Jun 08

Lubbock, texas

#1 Sep 11, 2008
Many article and blogs have been commenting on or inquiring about the growing popularity of Traditional Neighborhood Designs (TNDs.)

Many of the writers are questioning one of the 13 elements in the TND standards: The one that states that TND’s must have a variety of dwelling types – so that younger and older people, singles and families, the poor and the wealthy may find places to live.

To make things clear for those inquiring about Vintage Township, a traditional neighborhood in Lubbock, Texas, there is a huge variety of dwelling types. On any given street, you will find homes fitting the size, price, style or stage of life for you, your extended family or friends.

Starting at the smallest and moving up to biggest, Vintage Townships offers:
• The Townhome
o 1,100-1,500 square feet
o $135,000-$198,000
• The Cottage/Garden Home
o 1,100-1,500 square feet
o $149,000-$210,000
• The Village Home
o 1,500-2,100 square feet
o $195,000-$270,000
• The Neighborhood
o 2,100-2,500 square feet
o $270,000-$325,000
• The Large Neighborhood
o 2,500-3,000 square feet
o $325,000-$390,000
• The Manor
o 3,000+ square feet
o $405,000+
• The Estate
o 4,000+ square feet
o $560,000+

It is required for a TND to have a variety of dwelling types, but for Vintage Township it is preferred. The wide variety of housing allows family and friends to enjoy living in the same neighborhood. It is ensured that each resident find the right size for the right price.

Because Vintage Township caters to all budgets, you are invited to come out to any or all the homes types offered in the neighborhood.

Visit for more elaborate descriptions on each home type or call 866-771-1117 to schedule a tour of the home you think fits you!

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