The Settlement in Craig Ranch

The Settlement in Craig Ranch



Build-out year: 2015



Builders include: Our Country Homes



Average Square footage: 3,500+



Home values: $590,000-$900,000



HOA dues (estimated): $290 annually



Amenities: TPC Craig Ranch Golf Course and Club, Cooper Fitness Center and Spa, Parks



Schools: Comstock Elementary School, Scoggins Middle School, Independence High School



Property taxes (in dollars):



Total Property taxes (in dollars per $100 value):2.5699



Example taxes: Median home value of $700,000 would have annual property taxes of $18,000



As of 3/27/15



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