Construction for The Enclave at The Falls plat is scheduled to start this summer, making this the last of the land to be developed in The Falls community.
“The Falls is an existing community of custom homes and The Enclave is basically the last piece of remaining property that was part of The Falls,” said Tom Peebles, builder and owner of Peebles Homes.
Last week, Vandalia City Council members approved plans for eight buildings, featuring 16 twin homes, to be built on the 4-acre plat bordered by North Cassel Road and Clubhouse Way, which dead-ends into the parking lot of the Cassel Hills Golf Course.
The development will be located across from some falls that are owned by Five Rivers MetroParks and located just right of the entrance into The Falls community, according to Greg Nash, park manager for Taylorsville MetroPark.
“We think The Enclave is another step forward in our bid to do community development,” said Rich Hopkins, Vandalia’s Communications manager.
“Vandalia is a wonderful community to live in,” Peebles said. “(The Enclave) affords people the opportunity to live near shopping, entertainment and sports venues.”
Empty nesters or those who want to downsize into a smaller home are the target audience for the new homes, Peebles said.
The twin homes, which will cost approximately $200,000, will have two bedrooms, two and half bathrooms and a two-car attached garage.
“We will build as we have buyers,” said Peebles, whose company is currently building single family homes at the Woods of Beavercreek on Kemp Road and Country Corner in Washington Township on Spring Valley Road.