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    Posted May 18, 2014 by
    AmLifeHomes
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    Argyle, Texas
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    The Oaks of Argyle homesites now available!

     

    American Life Homes builds customizable, energy efficient new homes that people want. We build in neighborhoods you want to live in. Nearby shopping, dining and entertainment in addition to top quality schools and exceptional municipal services enhance the enjoyment of your new home. Built with a focus on detail, quality materials and customizable options, your new American Life Home reflects our high standards and your unique style. American Life Homes is now building in the 40-acre development that sits near Argyle High School off State Highway 377, and will include 107 home sites and eight acres of parkland. The homes will be priced from $400,000. Construction on the two-phase development is now is progress. Plans also include tracts earmarked for commercial development. The project will play off the land's native form, which includes 2,400 post oak trees on the property. At The Oaks, residents will enjoy walking through their neighborhood. Antique lampposts, cast iron mail boxes, and shaded sidewalks are pleasing when new and get better with age. Native post oak trees combined with tasteful architecture and lush landscaping will evoke the charm of a classic neighborhood! Come see for yourself.

     

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