Developers have revamped plans and started construction on an emerging subdivision in Conway.
Rivertown Row, which will have more affordable-type homes on 30 acres than originally planned, is expected to have 88 houses built in a couple of years, said Charles Byrd, a sales agent at Remax Ocean Forest. Eight homes have been sold and three are under construction in the subdivision near U.S. 501 in Conway.
Work started several years ago on the subdivision. After the real estate meltdown, officials dropped the prices and revamped the houses, Byrd said.
The three- to five-bedroom houses that cost $160,000 to $180,000, now range in price from $124,900 to $155,000, Byrd said. All of the houses come with natural gas heat, tankless hot water heaters, and natural gas cooking ranges.
There are no plans for amenities at Rivertown Row, which is connected by the road Tiger Grand Drive to the Tiger Grand subdivision - a 30-acre community with 89 single-family lots.
- By Janelle Frost, email@example.com