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Stonehouse Looking To Build Up To 600 More Homes

JAMES CITY-The Stonehouse development in Toano is looking to build up to 600 additional homes in two new subdivisions. Conceptual plans were brought before the James City County Development Review Committee on December 15.

The committee heard two proposals, one for Stonehouse Tract S and another for Stonehouse Tract 11A.

Stonehouse Tract S calls for construction of 300 new residential units, which would consist of 229 detached family units, 36 multi-family units in structures between two to four units, and 35 multi-family units in structures greater than four units. The new homes would be built on more than 173 acres along Six Mount Zion Road.

Meanwhile, the proposal for Stonehouse Tract 11A includes the construction of 320 new single-family homes on more than 131 acres of land also along Six Mount Zion Road.

The Development Review Committee approved the conceptual plans for both projects since they are consistent with the previously approved Master Plan for Stonehouse.

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