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Hamlet Homes is making its return to the SunCrest! Located off of Traverse Ridge Road and SunCrest Drive, Hamlet Homes recently purchased lots in the Edelweiss subdivision from Lennar Homes (formerly Candlelight).
According to Hamlet Homes, they will be offering 6 different floorpans with pricing starting at $494,900.
Interested? Below is a community map and a link to the Hamlet Homes floor plans can be found here.
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All information courtesy of Hamlet Homes and subject to change at any time. Listing information provided by: Hamlet Homes IV Corporation.
All information to be independently verified.
SunCrest Open Space Discussion
Draper City Council will be discussing the boundaries of a potential conversation easement for SunCrest area land (aka SunCrest open space.) This discussion will be held during their “study session” and is open to the public. However, no public comment will be allowed at the session.
Background: In June, Draper City sold 110 acres of SunCrest area land commonly referred to as the Blue Bison Development. The sale of this land effectively paid the entire debt the City incurred from purchasing nearly 2,400 acres from Zions Bank in 2012 while also providing a multi-million dollar surplus of funds.
Edelweiss HOA Annexation
On June 28th, a motion was made by the SunCrest Board of Trustees to approve the Edelweiss Subdivision to the SunCrest OA. Draper City, the Declarant outlined in the SunCrest CC&R’s, is the entity required to execute and record additional land into the SunCrest OA.
Draper City received declarant rights under the SunCrest CC&R’s when they purchased the remaining development from Zions Bank in 2012.
Posted on August 1, 2017 at 5:11 pm
Category: SunCrest News
Tagged Edelweiss, SunCrest, SunCrest Open Space
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Candlelight Homes is expected to officially release their first phase of the Edelweiss subdivision in the SunCrest area this month. Prices will start in the high $300’s. This phase is the first of a multi-year, multi-phase development located North and East of the existing Stoneleigh Heights townhomes.
Below you find the first phase and preliminary pricing for the Edelweiss subdivision. Check back often as pricing, availability, and new phases being are updated.
You can view future Edelweiss phases here and sign up for future SunCrest development news here.
If you’re interested in building in Edelweiss, we believe putting a Realtor on your side when building a home is the smartest move you can make to ensure you dream home doesn’t become a nightmare. As SunCrest resident realtors, we’re hyper focused on the area and can help you decide if building is right for you, advise you on building the right house for your needs, act as a buffer between you and the builder, and help you avoid potential (and sometimes costly!) mistakes in the building and purchasing phases.
Contact us today for a consultation on what we can together to help achieve your homeownership goals. No obligation, it’s just what we do.
*Information obtained via Draper City and Candlelight Homes. Subject to change without notice.
After unanimously passing the planning commission, Draper City Council will review a new preliminary plat proposal for the Edelweiss subdivision 7 PM, August 16th, at 1020 East Pioneer Road. This 171 lot, 61 acre subdivision is located north and east of the existing Stoneleigh Heights townhomes.
Edelweiss Preliminary Plat Map
Draper City approved a preliminary plat last year but due to geologic hazards on the north-west portion of the property, the applicant had made changes to to their plat. Most notably:
- Eliminating the connection from Stoneleigh Heights Drive.
- Eliminating townhomes from their subdivision.
- Reconfiguration of the cottage and estate lots.
PREVIOUS Edelweiss Preliminary Plat Map
Read the full legal stuff and planning commission packet here. Email the city here.
Posted on August 11, 2016 at 3:57 pm
Category: SunCrest Development
Tagged Edelweiss, SunCrest development, suncrest new construction
Future SunCrest Development
Let’s take a look at what we can expect going forward regarding future development in SunCrest. With DR Horton completing their development in Stoneleigh Heights and continuing their build out in Tall Woods and Mercer Hollow, let’s look ahead to 2015!
Located north and east of the existing Stoneleigh Heights townhomes, this appears to be the next addition to SunCrest. Edelweiss was recently granted a zoning change to allow their proposed development of 181 townhomes, cottages and single-family estate on 61 acres. Access to this parcel is through Stoneleigh Heights Drive, Haddington Drive and an emergency access off Deer Park Lane.
Hidden Canyon Estates (DJM Investments LLC)
Located east of the Edelweiss development and Stoneleigh Heights III, it’s believed that this development is seeking about 300-350 homes on approximately 135 acres. This development will likely connect to Edelweiss, as well as a new road from SunCrest Drive.
Michel Land LLC
Known as the “shoe box” property, this 83-acre development has recently been discussed to include residential homes and possibly a storage facility and/or a charter school. Recent tractors and machinery in the area suggest geotechnical studies and soil analysis may have begun.
Draper City Surplus Parcels
The 20-acre parcel located near Maple Hollow has been an eyesore for many and commonly referred to as the “concrete jungle.” This parcel, when developed, is likely to include higher density units. Draper City declared this and an additional 100-acre parcel near Highland as surplus earlier this year. Declaring property as surplus is the city’s formal declaration of their intent to sell. Requests for proposals were sent out by the city but at this time, it’s still owned by the city
Deer Ridge III
Originally planned for 30-40 custom homes, it’s unlikely this area will remain undeveloped; much of the infrastructure is already in place. This area does, however, present a challenge to future developers due to only having a single access point in the event of an emergency.
Our Take: With the real estate market stabilizing, fewer distressed properties, attractive interest rates, and high demand for new construction, we expect 2015 to a busy year for new construction in SunCrest. If you love SunCrest and are thinking about building your dream home, now is a great time to prepare to get the pick of the litter in new lots.