MINT HILL – Queen City Land met with town commissioners Oct. 12 about building a 92-lot, age-targeted subdivision on 46.5 acres on Walter Nelson Road.
Carl Fochler, of Queen City Land, told them during the quarterly developers’ meeting that the brick or stone ranch-style homes would be priced in the high $200,000s to the low $300,000s.
Lots would be 6,500 square feet. The company said the targeted consumer wants smaller lots with lawns maintained by a homeowners association, according to minutes.
Commissioner Carl Ellington said the topography would be challenging, considering its hilly and has water on it, according to minutes. There’s two steams on the property.
Mayor Ted Biggers asked Queen City Land to hold a public meeting to hear neighbors’ concerns.