Grapevine approves Tillery Commons project with 21 modern townhomes

three townhomes
These townhomes will be priced starting at $500,000 and will be between 2,000 square feet and 2,700 square feet. (Rendering courtesy Maykus Homes and Neighborhoods)

These townhomes will be priced starting at $500,000 and will be between 2,000 square feet and 2,700 square feet. (Rendering courtesy Maykus Homes and Neighborhoods)

Grapevine’s City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission approved the construction of 21 detached townhomes on 5 acres located at 301 N. Dove Road during their joint meeting Jan. 19.

The new project from Maykus Homes and Neighborhoods will be called Tillery Commons. It will offer low-maintenance, efficient two-story homes starting at $500,000. The homes will be between 2,000 square feet and 2,700 square feet.

Once completed, the project is estimated to cost between $11 million and $12 million, said Kosse Maykus, the developer at Maykus Home and Neighborhoods.

The first home builds are expected to begin in late summer or early fall of 2021 with the first move-ins around late spring 2022 or early summer 2022.

Maykus has done other developments in Grapevine, mostly focused on the farmhouse aesthetic. However, Maykus said the new design, which leans more modern, has been “warmly received.”

“This is an architectural vernacular that is very beautiful. It'll be different than what you see everything done,” Maykus said. “This style of architecture has been done in other places. Particularly, you see it in the Hill Country, Austin, San Antonio, and [now] our site.”

Within the 5 acres, 30% of the property will remain open space and incorporate trails. Each townhome will also include a two-car garage.

“This is a very beautiful piece of property with lots of natural beauty," Maykus said. "It's right in the middle of town, and we're very optimistic and very excited.”
By Sandra Sadek
Sandra Sadek covers the cities of Grapevine, Southlake and Roanoke as well as Carroll ISD for Community Impact. She graduated from Texas State University where she majored in journalism and international relations. She has experience working for several local papers including the University Star, the Katy Times, and the Fort Stockton Pioneer. When she's not on the ground reporting, she enjoys a good book and a hot drink. Follow her on social media @ssadek19.


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