Pyatt Builders is proposing the completion of the Twelve Oaks subdivision on Shelbyville’s southeast side.
Originally created in 2001, Twelve Oaks’ 296-lot subdivision was approved but never completed.
The original builder failed to finish Phase I in the early 2000s. Arbor Homes agreed to finish Phase I but the additional land east of the subdivision was never developed.
Pyatt Builders, currently building The Pointe at Central Park subdivision behind Kroger off Saraina Road, brought a concept plan before the city’s Plan Commission Monday night at City Hall. The presentation was informal to discuss ideas and potential changes to the plan with a formal public presentation at the commission’s next meeting on March 28.
The conceptual plan for Phase II of Twelve Oaks includes 148 homes on larger lots than were used in Phase I. The current Twelve Oaks subdivision has less than 100 homes on 5,000- to 7,000-square-foot lots.
Pyatt is proposing lots at a minimum of 6,000 square feet and larger with a price point for homes ranging from $225,000 to $300,000.
“The market is still good. There are still buyers,” said Pyatt Builders representative Paul Claire. “We are interested in still building in this area.”
Many of the lots at The Pointe at Central Park are sold, according to Claire. The price point there is $225,000 and up.
Phase II also would connect to the south to the new Lewis Creek subdivision that will be built by M/I Homes beginning this year and will have access points off both Progress Parkway and McKay Road.