Affordable townhomes going up in Kissimmee

Karen Talley
GrowthSpotter

The Heritage Run townhouse subdivision in Kissimmee is going to more than double in size this year under a project headed by Royal Oak Homes.

The phase-two project, in the vicinity of Boggy Creek Road and State Road 192, is planned to add 64 townhomes to the 50 that were built several years ago. All told, 115,200 square feet are planned to be added.

This project is in the process of obtaining municipal approvals, but is said to be on track.

The new set of homes will cost under $200,000. Three- and four-bedroom units will have an average size of 1,850-square-feet, with four-bedrooms up to 1,900-square-feet.

Royal Oak is just finishing development of floor plans, and each townhome will have a two-car garage.

The project's estimated start date is mid-August and completion is planned for Christmastime.

This will mark Royal Oak's second townhouse project in the area and its 20th community in Central Florida, with its focus being south Orlando.

The project requires site preparation, earthwork, termite control, paving, site utilities, sewerage, fences and gates, landscaping, metal doors and frames, wood doors, access doors, aluminum windows, vinyl windows, glazing, elevators and residential appliances.

 

 

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