Preeminent Dallas homebuilder, Lexington Luxury Builders, announced today it has listed its new Plano homes at its Lexington Park at Rice Field project, Lexington’s new urban, eco-friendly neighborhood in Downtown Plano, with Neil Broussard and Dallas Super-Realtor Tom Rhodes of Rhodes Real Estate and the Dave Perry-Miller Group. Rhodes Real Estate and the Dave Perry-Miller Group are part of Ebby Halliday Realtors, a Dallas area real estate institution. In a recent newsworthy move, Rhodes Real Estate joined the Dave Perry-Miller Group, creating one of the top producing residential real estate teams in the country. The Dallas Morning News reported today that Ebby Halliday has moved into the Top 10 Residential Real Estate firms in the US. All of Lexington’s listings are available for viewing on both the Lexington Website and the Ebby Halliday site.
List prices for Phase One – the Heritage Townhomes – at Lexington Park, which are presently benefiting from a substantial price incentive package from Lexington, range from $249,000 to $309,000. Construction of Phase Two, the Park Residences at Lexington Park, is expected to commence by early summer with availability in Spring 2010. Prices for Phase Two, which are all Park Side Residences, while not yet set, are expected to range from $350,000 to $425,000. Lexington Park is part of the Downtown Plano Transit Village and is located two blocks from the DART light rail station in Downtown Plano – see Location Map.
“I’ve done business and been friends with Tom Rhodes for fifteen years,” said Lexington CEO, Scott Schaefer, “and I’ve never met a more honorable, more disciplined guy; in any field. Rhodes Real Estate, Dave Perry-Miller and Ebby Halliday are all first-class outfits and I always try to hire the best.”
When Rhodes decided to hang his shingle with DPM, it was a noteworthy event. Dallas Dirt chimed in quickly, upon hearing the news with this article.
Breaking Real estate Agent News: Rhodes Joins DPM Hot hot hot: super broker Tom Rhodes has joined forces with Dave Perry-Miller, an Ebby Halliday Company, in DPM’s Highland Park office. Tom is a mega- mega producer and this move means Ebby can start clocking more zeroes behind those Highland Park sales figures. More — developing. Wowsers.
In that our relationship with Rhodes has such deep roots, we couldn’t possibly have named another realtor in DFW. Rhodes, a fixture in Dallas and Park Cities real estate, has been doing business locally for 32 years and has a very strong resume. In addition to Rhodes, Project Manager on the deal team for the Lexington Luxury Builders listings is Neil Broussard also a highly successful realtor who has been named one of D-Magazines Up-And-Comer Realtors.
Lexington has also listed a very special Dallas landmark residence with the Rhodes Team, and is also offering a $350,000 price discount for a quick sale for the Dallas home at 6371 Mercedes Avenue. This extraordinary Lakewood home was built in 1938 on the site of the old McCommas Homestead and was meticulously remodeled by Lexington Luxury Builders in 2005. The home, with 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, 3 living areas, 2 dining areas, a 2 car garage plus parking for 8 additional autos in its motorcourt, a custom heated pool and an oversized 88×167 corner lot is being offered for sale at $749,000.