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19 Jan, 2017

First Home Sold at Babcock Ranch

The first home of the nearly 20,000 planned for Babcock Ranch development in Charlotte County has sold.

Master Developer Kitson & Partners announced that Babcock Ranch has processed the first contract to Richard and Robin Kinley from Acworth, Georgia for construction of a 2,372-square-foot “Heirloom” floor plan in the Lake Timber neighborhood.

A total of 18 model homes by five different builders will be available for viewing by the end of February.

The 1,100 homes at Lake Timber are the first of 19,500 residential units that will be constructed in the new, solar-powered town.

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