Beazer Has Tierney Tract Lined Up

Beazer Homes is the contract purchaser of the Enclave at Tierney Farm. With the pending acquisition of the 150 lots at the Clarksville community, the builder just widened the swath it has been cutting through the Howard County residential market.

Beazer Homes is the contract purchaser of the Enclave at Tierney Farm. With the pending acquisition of the 150 lots at the Clarksville community, the builder just widened the swath it has been cutting through the Howard County residential market. Long known as the Hoddinott property, the Enclave is zoned for single-family lots of about 7,000 to 8,000 square feet. It’s located at Guilford Road and Route 108. Ellicott City-based Land Design & Development has managed the entitlements process for the family, and Beazer will buy the tract with paper approvals and complete the development work itself. It should be in the ground next year on the first phase of 50 lots. The ‘Enclave’ is one of a quartet of new residential projects that will be hitting the market next year, largely in the R-ED or smaller single-family zones. The 325 lots at Westmount, on the Doughoregan estate. Together, they’re the next wave of upscale, larger single-family communities.

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