If you live in DC Ranch or are thinking about purchasing some DC Ranch real estate, here’s some information on how the area is being developed, its resurgence and and explanation of the DC Ranch Covenant Commission.
If you’ve lived at DC Ranch for a while and were the original owners of your home, chances are you are familiar with the DC Ranch Covenant Commission. If you are the second or third owner of your home, you may not know that there are three governance entities that oversee the creation and operation of DC Ranch and Silverleaf: the Ranch Association, the Community Council and the Covenant Commission. The Covenant Commission establishes and maintains a high level of standards for architectural and landscape design by reviewing design submissions and working with property owners, their architects and builders to create their homes. The DC Ranch community you see today is a result of the very collaborative process the Commission has with production builders, individual custom lot homeowners and their design professionals. DC Ranch is a mature community that began building homes in 1997, and there is still a lot to come. Most of the builder home neighborhoods are complete, though the custom homes are only 50 percent built. The development of custom homes declined between 2008 and 100. More activity has occurred each year since then.
Almost 50 custom homes are in design development currently in April 2o12. A total of 737 custom lots are in DC Ranch including Silverleaf, and only half of them are built to date. The Country Club neighborhood, which has been in development now since the opening of DC Ranch has 83 percent of their 241 customs built and under construction. The Upper Canyon, which is the strongest custom neighborhood in terms of a steady volume of new homes, and The Parks neighborhood that is in Windgate Pass, have 41 percent of their 287 custom lots built or under construction. Horseshoe Canyon, which didn’t start construction until 2006, is seeing a lot of activity with seven new homes started in the last year and more in design than ever. These homes have been stunning designs. The Arcadia neighborhood is having resurgence after a quiet period; 18 new homes are in design and getting ready for construction. Our custom home building is continuing to maintain the highest standards of quality in both their design and execution.