New Maisons Ready to Rise in Mason

Greater Cincinnati is getting a new residential community. Developers finally broke ground this month on a long-planned development designed to bring more than 200 homes to the city of Mason.

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor

Crooked Tree Preserve

Work is under way on a long-awaited $150 million residential development that will bring more than 200 homes to the city of Mason.

The Cincinnati Business Courier reports that C.T. Devco and Schnicke Co. broke ground on Crooked Tree Preserve, which will rise on the 168-acre former site of Crooked Tree Golf Course.

Once complete, the project will comprise 72 luxury homes, 140 estate homes, and amenities that include 50 acres of natural preserve. Construction is scheduled to start this fall on the first phase. It will feature 23 luxury lots measuring 100 feet by 200 feet and 28 estate lots, which are 100 feet by 150 feet.

According to the Business Courier, six builders are lined up for the luxury homes: Schnicke Co., Zicka Homes, Walker Homes, Pendragon Homes, Daniels Homes and J&K Custom Homes. Construction of the estate homes will be handled by Drees Homes, Fischer Homes and Zicka Homes.

Crooked Tree Preserve is now taking lot reservations. Prices for estate homes will range from the mid-$500,000s to the $700,000s, while luxury homes are expected to command from $700,000 to upward of $1 million.

Photo credit: Pendragon Homes