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000 Circle in the Woods, Fairview
Lot List Price $499,900
Woods of Ascot Heath Subdivision
Heather Poehler, Realtor
Erin Hickman, Realtor
You Could Be Building Your Home Right Now on Fairview's Very Last undeveloped heavily wooded lot for about $674,900!
(this includes site prep. and lot price only)
With this one exception all of Fairview's developable wooded lots were gone long ago. People LOVE trees in this part of north Texas and they can be a rare commodity, but this lot is now available and you can build your own dream home on it. The lot has just come available and is being split off from Fairview's famous Castle Home right next door. Click Here to learn more about that home.
The Grisak Group has the lot listed however Shannon Cain, a highly respected custom home builder, had a client who was previously interested in purchasing it. He completed a rough sketch on a new home but they went in a different direction and bought an existing home.
During the process, Shannon ran some costs on developing the lot and those numbers are shown below. You are welcome to contact Shannon directly for more information about building on this lot.
The lot is located in Lovejoy ISD, one of the top three public school districts in the entire state of Texas per the Texas Education Agency. It's always right there with Highland Park ISD and Southlake ISD. Here's a link to our Lovejoy page.
Fairview is a small town of around 8,000 residents but it has a big presence. You can find out more about the town right here.
Approximate Lot Preparation Costs Added to Lot Price:
Basement Walls $30,000
Construction Road $10,000
Retaining Walls $25,000
Concrete Drive $45,000 (could reduce, If Fairview will allow alternate paving)
Elevator $30,000 (may not be a requirement)
Lot Prep. Costs $175,000
Plus Lot Price $499,900
Total Price Ready to build $674,900
The Concept is fairly modern… that would not have to be the case. It would require a split level home, and probably works best configured similar to what is drawn… It could be built in an arc into the side of the hill and look more traditional from the front.