Crescent Resources today said it is rolling out a 43-home phase at its Springfield community in Fort Mill, S.C.
The Charlotte-based developer said Houston-based David Weekley Homes will buy 38 sites, while Charlotte-based Evans Coghill Homes will buy five.
Development of the phase is expected wrap up October, and home construction will start before the end of the year, Crescent said.
James Martin, Crescent vice president, said in a press release that homes have been selling “swiftly” in Springfield.
Springfield features an 18-hole golf course and a 5-acre park with a family activities center, three swimming pools, six tennis courts, a playground and a pavilion.
Rob Gislason, division president of David Weekley Homes in Charlotte, said his company will offer a variety of home designs in Springfield. Home plans call for full guest suites on the main floor, dual master bedrooms, three-car garages and walk-in storage. David Weekley floor plans will range from 2,800 to more than 4,000 square feet.
Alan Banks, Evans Coghill co-owner, said his company’s homes will feature four to five bedrooms and range from 3,000 to 3,900 square feet.
So far this year, 17 homes have sold in Springfield, according to the press release.