Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

South Pointe Development Planned near Yukon

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

South Pointe Development Planned near Yukon

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South Pointe Estates at Westbury, a subdivision with three sides that border on Westbury Country Club in Yukon, is planned on SW 29th St. west of Morgan Rd.

D.H.M. Enterprises of El Reno is the developer of the 13.43-acre subdivision that is planned with 34 lots, 15 of which border on the golf course. The land is serviced by Oklahoma City utilities, has a Yukon address, is in the Mustang School District and is on the east edge of Canadian County.

Plans are to start dirt work and construction after the first of the year with a projected completion date of April 15, said Larry Hodges, a partner in D.H.M. The other two partners are Vernon Millspaugh and Gerald Daughety.

By April 15, lots should be ready for building, Hodges said. Contracts are currently available on the lots. Since the land was purchased in May from Trammell Crow Co. of Dallas, eight lots have been sold, mostly to residents of Westbury addition which is north of the golf course, he said. All eight buyers are individuals.

"This was really sort of Vernon's idea," Hodges said.

"I wanted a lot on the golf course, but there just wasn't one. Then we found 13 acres in this area. Westbury is about the only course in west Oklahoma City," Millspaugh said.

There are not any lots on a golf course available in the El Reno area either, Hodges said.

Some golf course lots on the north end of Oklahoma City are available at Coffee Creek Golf Course, 4000 N. Kelley Ave., and Silverhorn Golf Club, 11411 N. Kelley Ave.

"We really haven't had to do anything yet. It's (marketing) really been by word of mouth. We are just now getting ready to put some signs up," Hodges said.

Lots are available from between $27,500 to $50,000, and minimum square footage of a house has been set at 2,500. Houses will probably range from $40 to $50 per square foot, according to other homes that size, Hodges said.

Preliminary planning began in the area about March or April, Hodges and Millspaugh both said. Site analyzation and other engineering processes were done to determine that the land was suitable for a single-family residential subdivision. …

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