Plano is proud of our beautiful downtown, and for good reason, since it was named in 2015 as one of the four best neighborhoods in the country. Plano schools are unmatched, there’s a wide variety of diverse food and drink, and companies are flocking here to do business. Who wouldn’t want to live here?
Coming soon, Rice Field at Plano Arts is a new housing community between Wofford Lane and Mill Sap Lane, with borders on 16th, 17th and 18th Streets. It promises to be the premier luxury community of Historic Downtown Plano, full of new housing to accommodate our city’s growing popularity. Inspired by the beautiful concepts of international architect, Andres Duany, InTown Homes is building a neighborhood they market as “urban craftsman-style living.”
Four homes have been started with more underway, and buyers can expect to see new houses on the market over the coming months. There will be 61 craftsman-style homes in total. “The craftsman style fits very nicely with the historic and arts district atmosphere of Downtown Plano,” said Aubrey Roberts of InTown Homes. “We feel our presentation to the City was very well received and we look forward to adding to the unique and exciting vibe being created in this great area of Plano.”
Rice Field new housing community will be a stone’s throw away from Downtown Plano’s most unique galleries, events, food and boutiques, so a good day or shopping or a delivery from ZaLat is always conveniently in reach. Rice Field homes will be upscale and impressive with features including metal roofs, brick and concrete siding, covered porches and back patios with hardwood floors for luxurious interiors. There will be high ceilings, Bosch kitchen appliances and decadent jetted tubs in master baths with large walk-in closets and tankless water heaters. There’s no better place to live than Plano. For those hoping to live in our most historic neighborhood, check out Rice Field at Plano Arts.
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