Frequently Asked Questions

What you always wanted to know about Vintage Township

The Town

What will be built in Vintage Township?

Vintage Township is a mixed-use development consisting of a variety of residential, commercial, open space and civic elements. It will consist of homes, town homes and apartments in addition pocket parks and green spaces and a variety of civic land uses. With access to all of these amenities, you can see how Vintage Township is a town within a town!

What kind of parking is available?

What do I do if I have a party at my home? As with any neighborhood, parking is accommodated by parking on the street, in a driveway or in a garage. With a narrower street, parking will typically be on one side of the street only and stretch a little bit further down the street. However, with the beautiful streetscape, your guests won’t mind walking a house or two further.

In what school district is Vintage Township located?

Vintage Township is located in the Lubbock-Cooper School District. However, if you have a child that currently attends a different school district, chances are they can continue to go to that school district. Nevertheless, the Lubbock-Cooper Independent School District is considered one of the most desired school districts in the area.

Vintage Homes

How do I buy a site or home in Vintage Township?

Contact us today at 806-794-0624 and we will be happy to schedule an appointment to tell you everything you need to know to start your new life at Vintage Township.

What home sizes are offered at Vintage Township?

Home sizes range from 1,000 to more than 5,000 square feet depending on home site size.

What floor plans are offered at Vintage Township?

A distinguishing aspect of Vintage Township is that it is not a cookie-cutter neighborhood offering only three or four home plans. In fact, we have a great variety of plans to choose from, each customizable to your taste.

Can I build a single-story home?

Absolutely! In fact, many have already been built at Vintage Township. However, we often disguise them by building a window into a gable or a dormer in a roof in order to make them architecturally correct. Many times people mistake them for two-story homes.

What architectural styles are acceptable within Vintage Township?

Vintage Township offers beautiful, classic homes in the following styles: Victorian, Classical/Neoclassical, Georgian, Colonial/Revival, Gothic Revival, Greek Revival, Louisiana French, English Tudor and American Craftsman.

How long does it take to construct a home?

Depending on the size of your home, typical construction of a home in Vintage Township will be six months.

The homes look like they are closer together than in other neighborhoods. Are they?

Actually, the side setbacks for homes in Vintage Township are the same as most new neighborhoods. The curving of the street and the two-story designs of the homes make the homes look closer. This is a key component in creating the beautiful streetscape Vintage Township is known for and that people love so much.

What are the backyards of homes like in Vintage Township?

Backyards vary depending on the size of the lot and home. Our smaller homes (Cottages–1,500 SF) are designed on smaller lots. They have intimate courtyards in the back of their lots, and are perfect for the young family just starting out, the single or professional, or the empty-nester who doesn’t want to mow a large lawn. Other homes (Neighbor–2,500 SF) have yards designed for larger families, play sets and swimming pools, and offer much more space in the back.

May I have a basement?

Yes, absolutely! We have many in the town.

Do I have to have Hardie or Fiber Cement Siding, or can I use brick or stucco on my home?

Exterior materials on a home are regulated by the Vintage Township Design Code and based on the style of architecture for a given home. Most styles allowed in the town can be built in brick, stucco, or Hardie or Fiber Cement Siding. If you have a home designed and built for yourself, then your plans will be reviewed by the Design Review Board (DRB) before construction starts. You can submit plans with any material desired and the DRB will evaluate your plans against the Design Code and relevant architectural style chosen.

What is the property tax rate on homes in Vintage Township?

The property tax millage rate for homes in Vintage Township is $2.41 per $100 of value.

Neighborhood Events

How do I become involved in one of the community social organizations? Please feel free to call Helen Otto at 806-782-4294 to learn more.

Town Governance

What is the Town Assembly?

The homeowners association in Vintage Township is called the “Town Assembly.” It provides a means for each resident to be involved in the governance and management of their neighborhood. It also provides regulatory oversight for things such as the use of the town’s common areas, as well as the design and construction activities in Vintage Township. With the vast array of common area amenities and the importance of the quality of each home, the Town Assembly will serve to protect the value of your neighborhood. For information on dues, please contact a sales representative to get a schedule of assessments.