Highlands Plan Developer Seeks Approval for Final Phase

The last phase for the housing development includes 29 single-family homes.

A developer is seeking final approval for the last 29 homes of the Highlands plan.

On Monday, the planning commission OK'd the plans. Plum Council now must approve them at its meeting next Wednesday.

The Highlands housing development is located along Old Leechburg Road. Zoned R-2, the plan consists of single-family homes, duplexes, town homes and carriage homes. There will be about 204 units when the development is complete.

Developer Jim Rumbaugh said the cost of the final 29 homes would range from the low to high $200,000s. Those homes would be located within three culdesacs—named Heather Court, Stirling Drive, Dundee Court and Muirfield Court.

"We wanted it to go with the Scottish Highlands theme," he said.

Rumbaugh said most of the utilities already are in place, and once the plans get approval, the roads will be paved.

Ryan Homes is constructing the structures. Rumbaugh said there has been interest from potential buyers, and new homeowners should be able to move in by the spring.

For more information about the housing plan, click here.


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