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Fields, Frisco TX

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3967 Honeycutt Drive, Frisco, TX

Community by Olivia Clarke Homes

Single Family Home
- Units
3 Bedrooms
1721 - 2437 SqFt
$295 - $389 per SqFt


Fields is a new single family home community By Olivia Clarke Homes currently under construction at 3967 Honeycutt Drive, Frisco. Available units range in price from $670,000 to $787,800. Fields unit sizes range from 1721 to 2437 square feet.
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Fields details

Building Type:Single Family Home
Ownership:Fee simple
Selling Status:Selling
Construction Status:Construction
Builder(s): By Olivia Clarke Homes
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Fields marketing summary

Olivia Clarke Homes is proud to be building the only townhome product at Fields, a timeless American Dream neighborhoodreimagined. Anything but cookie-cutter homes, every detail of these homes has been thoughtfully chosen with you in mind!
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Address: 3967 Honeycutt Dr, Frisco, TX, 75033, USA
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Last update: Jun 14, 2024
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