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With demand growing from empty nesters and baby boomers, homebuilders are ramping up their offerings for older buyers
Nationwide builder Taylor Morrison is launching development of two new neighborhoods in North Texas it calls “lifestyle communities,” which are designed to appeal to older, mature buyers.
The new neighborhoods are located in the towns of Celina and Oak Point north of Dallas.
The builder’s Sweetwater project is located in the Light Farms community in Celina and will include a separate community center with swimming pool.
Homes in the new neighborhood will start in the upper $200,000s.
“Our new Taylor Morrison homes in Sweetwater at Light Farms offer an exceptional lifestyle,” Dennis Ouellette, director of active lifestyle for Taylor Morrison Dallas, said in a statement. “As residents of an active-lifestyle community, homeowners will enjoy private amenities and a wide selection of single-story homes designed to be as beautiful as they are practical.”
Taylor Morrison’s South Oak community in Oak Point will have 236 homes. South Oak also includes a community center and is located near Lake Lewisville.
The builder also says its upgrading its Waterford Point community in The Colony, which also attracts older buyers.
None of the new projects is age restricted, however.
“Our expanded selection of lifestyle communities will mean homebuyers can choose the community that fits their interests and life-stage,” said Ouellette.
Arizona-based Taylor Morrison is a major builder in Dallas-Fort Worth that also owns the local Darling Homes brand.