The Vanderburgh is one of the homes available in the Traditions and Heritage at Elliott Farm.
The Vanderburgh is one of the homes available in the Traditions and Heritage at Elliott Farm.

The Cincinnati Business Courier reports that Drees Homes is developing its first exclusive agriculturally based community--sort of. While the development will feature community gardens, it will lack a working farm.

Elliott Farm, a 100-acre community in Deerfield Township, will be a 200-home neighborhood with community gardens as a central amenity. It also will feature walking trails, a pool, parks, a fishing lake and additional amenities for residents.

Ray Neverovich, president of Drees Homes’ Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky division, said work has already started on a model home at Elliott Farm. Seven of the homesites have been sold and three more sites are on hold.

“Our pre-sales are doing fantastic,” Neverovich told me. “This is a Drees flagship community.”

Drees purchased more than 41 acres from the Elliott family this summer for $2.5 million.

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