Ever dreamed of not only getting your kicks but living along the historic Route 66? Well, soon it will be easier than ever at the new Flagstaff subdivision, Timber Sky, currently being built not far from the famous highway between Flagstaff Ranch Road and Woody Mountain Road. But before you start to worry about traffic, sound pollution, and all the other hassles that come along with urban life, let us reassure you that living at Timber Sky, you’ll still always be close to nature. In fact, Timber Sky will be one of a kind new property as the first international Dark Skies housing community in the world. Its builders, Vintage Partners, are striving to create a community that balances its residents’ needs for both nature and urban life, rural yet walkable and bikeable, refined yet affordable.
What is Timber Sky in Flagstaff all About?
Outside of being close to the legendary Route 66 and having a stunning, unspoiled view of Flagstaff’s one-of-a-kind night skies, Timber Sky will also be a desirable new community for its central location close to downtown Flagstaff and it’s variety of various lots and price points, having something to offer to every type of homeowner.
What Features Can I Expect?
One of the most exciting aspects of the new Timber Sky development is the vast variety of desirable features it will have to offer, both within the homes as well as the larger community itself. Trying to live more eco-friendly or just like saving money on your utility bills? Homes will be built with sustainability in mind, providing maximum energy efficiency, energy star appliances, and solar panel pre-wiring. Need plenty of space? The single-level and multi-level new homes will be built with three to five bedrooms and two-car attached garages. Like having friends and family over to visit? Select floor plans will also offer optional attached guest houses including one to two bedrooms, thereby equipping home-owners with additional opportunities for rentals, guests, and multi-generational living. But perhaps most special of all, Timber Sky will provide residents with a beautiful, versatile, and accessible community space for all sorts of outdoor recreation, such as community gardens, pocket parks with picnic space, playgrounds, and pickleball courts with connections to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System.
Who Will Benefit from the Timber Sky Neighborhood?
In contrast to other areas in Flagstaff, the Timber Sky neighborhood will provide homes that are very affordable and accessible to those seeking to buy their first home, giving buyers a variety of sizes and price points to choose from, and with 100 units being sold at or below the area median income level. Furthermore, the neighborhood will be built with the health of the area’s natural ecosystem in mind as well, integrating wildlife corridors into its design as well.
What are other things to consider when looking for homes in the Timber Sky Neighborhood?
Before making your final decision to buy at Timber Sky, you may want to keep a few things in mind, such as the fact that because the community prioritizes minimizing light pollution in order to retain Flagstaff’s beautiful dark skies, lighting regulations will be enforced by the neighborhood’s homeowner’s association.
What Does the Construction Timeline Look Like?
With construction moving fast, we are expecting homes at Timber Sky to be available to buy starting as soon as February 2020.
There are so many things that make the Timber Sky build one of the most unique and compelling new homes community that Flagstaff has seen in a long time — from the area’s fabled past from its connections Route 66 (one of the original highways in the U.S. Highway System) to its pledge to staying dark-sky friendly to its affordability and range of community resources. And because of the variety of properties available, it just might be the right spot to seek out your dream home — no matter how you envisioned it. Want to learn more about Timber Sky? Contact The Elite Team at RE/MAX today to learn more about Flagstaff real estate and about this new neighborhood in Flagstaff.