Homebuilder bringing Wickenburg subdivision back to life

By Scott Turner | Wickenburg Sun

A mostly vacant subdivision in Wickenburg is expected to spring to life within the next few months.

Morgan Taylor Homes – based in Scottsdale – has been preparing lots in Country Club Estates along North Vulture Mine Road in anticipation of beginning construction of more than 100 homes in two phases where only two homes exist right now.

“We are thrilled to bring Wickenburg Country Club Estates back to life,” Morgan Taylor Homes Land Development Manager Steve Cross said.

Cross submitted three different home designs for County Club Estates Subdivision to the Town of Wickenburg’s Planning and Zoning Commission, which approved the application for development review in January.

According to documents submitted to the Town, the initial plan is to construct the homes within phase one of the subdivision at the 12 approved vacant lots on Ringo Road. The homes will range from 1,465 – 2,135 square feet of livable space. Eight color templates will be available for these homes to mix up the neighborhood design. The intent is to not have matching homes as neighbors, to break up any cookie cutter appearances. These home designs will blend into the Wickenburg western environment, Cross said.


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