Fiddler’s Creek Announces National Home Builder Taylor Morrison to Build in the Luxury Master-Planned Community

Fiddler’s Creek today announced that national homebuilder Taylor Morrison Home Corporation has acquired 70 residential homesites in two unique villages and will be an approved builder within the luxury, master-planned community.

“We are delighted to welcome such a well-known homebuilder to Fiddler’s Creek,” said Aubrey J. Ferrao, Managing Member of Fiddler’s Creek Community, LLC. “The homes to be constructed by Taylor Morrison will complement the residential offerings currently available and provide buyers with a high-quality product in distinctive neighborhoods.”

In the village of Amador, Taylor Morrison plans to build 16 remaining single-family residences with five individual floor plan offerings. The first two models are currently under construction and are anticipated to be completed and open for viewing later this summer.

In the village of Mussorie, Taylor Morrison will build 54 single-family residences and intends to offer the same selection of floor plans in Mussorie that it currently is offering in the village of Amador featuring tile roofs, ornamental detailing, lush landscaping and built to Taylor Morrison’s high standards of construction, quality and design.

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Taylor Morrison is a builder and developer of single-family detached and attached homes serving a wide array of customers, including first-time, move-up, luxury and active adult customers. Taylor Morrison divisions operate in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida and Texas. The company also operates affiliates serving the move-up and luxury homebuyers in Texas and first-time and move-up homebuyers in Toronto and Ottawa as well as high-rise condominiums in Toronto.

Taylor Morrison joins three other national and local homebuilders in constructing new residences in Fiddler’s Creek, including D.R. Horton, Lennar Homes and Stock Signature Homes. It is anticipated that additional builders will be announced in the near future.

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