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Upscale Townhome Living in Champions Village

Posted by Richard Soto on Friday, October 2nd, 2009 at 9:30am.

Many of the custom homes in Champions Ridge and Champions Run are Tuscan, English or Mediterranean inspired. The median list price for a home in San Antonio’s Champions Ridge and Champions Run, as of July 2000, was $749,000.. However, today, most of the newly listed homes top well above $1 million.  It is not uncommon to see real estate in these neighborhoods boasting five bathrooms, five bedrooms, and loads of upscale amenities, such as oversized lots, high-end outdoor spaces and gourmet kitchens, to say the least.

Townhome Living in Champions Village

Nearby, however, a different picture is developing. The Harrison Group is set to develop townhomes in a new development called Champions Village. The first phase of this community, which is set to have 32 units and, once completed, the developer envisions more than 200 townhomes within Champions Village. Using the massive, custom homes of Champions Ridge and Champions Run as its vision, the Harrison Group is expected to design the townhomes of Champions Village to resemble large estate homes instead of townhomes. Because of the design aesthetic, the townhomes of Champions Village will fit in seamlessly with the homes of the nearby communities, and will attract more high-end buyers looking for easy, carefree living.

Offering Residents a New Type of Carefree Living

The Harrison Group sees Champions Village as a new alternative to single-family estates or small condominium homes. The townhomes of Champions Village will range in size from 1,600 to 2,450 square feet and will be priced from the $170,000s to the $240,000s. The homes will feature both stone and stucco exteriors and the developer says they will have an “English Manor” or “American Pride” design aesthetic. Champions Village will overlook Stone Oak Park in San Antonio, and will therefore have several hiking and biking trails, which will extend from the community and into the park.

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