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The Crossing at Lawler Park adds 2 features


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The Crossing at Lawler Park will include 2 new features at both entries.

The features looks like a smaller narrow gatehouse that will distinguish The Crossing. In the Arbors only entrance you will notice a massive arbor right in front of you when you turn in.

These features show you that the developer is making sure the community is unique, but also gives its residents a different feel that most new home communities in Frisco do not.

When the guardhouses and the Arbors are complete with landscaping, both Darling Homes and Highland Homes will be happy to call Lawler Park one of their communities.

To be added to the pre-sale list for mid-July call Brad Holden directly at (469) 733-2723 or visit Lawler Park Frisco for more info on the community.

Brad Holden – Holden New Homes – Licensed Texas Real Estate Broker

Lawler Park in Frisco to have two sections


The Arbors of Lawler Park plans to have 64 foot wide lots.

Lawler Park in Frisco is almost ready for the models to break ground. Both Darling Homes and Highland Homes plan to begin their models soon and be complete by October 2012.  But both have decided that the development will be split up into two sections, The Arbors of Lawler Park and The Crossing of Lawler Park.

The Arbors of Lawler Park is slated to have both Highland and Darling to build a 64 foot wide home that has a smaller yard, but in a fantastic location with the upscale features that Highland and Darling are known for.  The prices plan to be in the high $300’s up to the mid $450’s.

The Crossing at Lawler Park plans to be on larger lots, ranging from 75 feet wide a minimum with some oversized lots in the high 90 feet wide range.  Both builders will be building and prices will start standard at $450 and go up from there.

The Crossing at Lawler Park will feature 75 feet wide lots here.

Lawler Park will be located just North of Richwoods, but the main differences are as follows.  Richwoods will be gated and Lawler Park will not be gated.  Lawler Park will have more mature trees and have a creek on the northern border where Richwoods has plans of extensive landscaping throughout the community.  Richwoods will have a $10 million dollar amenity center with a resort style pool, work-out facility and banquet room and Lawler has plans of a Pool and smaller clubhouse.

I could go on and on with the differences, but it is a personal preference for anyone that is considering these two locations.  Feel free to call me directly at (469) 733-2723 if you would like more information on either community or questions regarding timing, plans, pricing etc.