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Drees builds 200-home "agrihood" in Deerfield Township

Rendering of a planned "agrihood" home.


Drees Homes has begun work on a model home at Elliot Farm, a 100-acre site in Deerfield Township that will eventually be home to a 200-unit agriculturally based community.
 
The so-called “agrihood” will feature community gardens, walking trails, a pool, parks, fishing lake and additional residential amenities.
 
“Our pre-sales are doing fantastic,” said Ray Neverovich, president of Drees’ Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky division. “This is a Drees flagship community.”
 
The land that Drees purchased from the Elliott family this summer for $2.5 million will be subdivided into three distinct neighborhoods: Legacy, Traditions and Heritage.
 
Legacy at Elliot Farm is the patio-home portion of the community, providing lawn care and snow maintenance with homes priced between $290,000 and $350,000.
 
Traditions will feature ranch-style homes with mostly two- and three-car front entry garages, priced between $346,000 and $435,000.
 
Finally, Heritage at Elliot Farm will include larger-scale homes with side-entry garages and a price range of $466,000 to $600,000.
 
Elliot Farm, unlike other neighboring agriculturally driven communities like Aberlin Springs by Pendragon Homes in Morrow, will not feature a full-fledged farm.
 
Once completed, the Elliot Farm development is expected to cost about $90 million.
 

Read more articles by Hannah Purnell.

Hannah Purnell is a lifelong Northern Kentuckian who writes extensively about regional issues. She enjoys talking about (not to be confused with knowing about) space, politics, bridge building and weird local history.
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