Fiji Townhomes Offer Affordable New Construction Option in Dallas

Posted by Kenneth G. Cox on Tuesday, September 27th, 2016 at 4:57pm

Townhouses continue to be a popular option among home buyers in the Dallas area right now, especially as home prices continue to soar. Along with the convenience of being maintenance-free, townhouses in Dallas can also be an affordable alternative to a single-family home without sacrificing a whole lot of living space in the process. 

If you’re someone who’s looking to make a move to Dallas, or even perhaps even a young or first-time home buyer who’s looking for affordable new construction, the fabulous Fiji Townhomes on Dallas’ south side might just be the perfect fit. 

A new residential development that offers spacious townhouses with a contemporary design, Fiji Townhomes are specifically designed to meet the needs and wants to today’s home buyers, only with need to break the bank. 

Two individual floor plans are offered, while inside, each residence includes three full bedrooms, open concept layouts, rear-entry garages, granite counters and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, plush carpeting in the bedrooms, and gorgeous wood vinyl and ceramic title flooring in the bathrooms and main living areas. 

The highly-desirable Fiji Townhouse development is also conveniently located near the Bishop Arts District, just minutes from downtown Dallas and plenty of big city amenities and attractions.  

Above all, however, perhaps the real treat behind this wonderful, and much-needed, new construction development directly relates to affordability. Right now, units at Fiji start at just $205,000, which for a new construction three-bedroom townhouse is a deal that home buyers today simply cannot ignore. 

For a closer look at what the Fiji Townhomes in Dallas have to offer, check out any of the active listings featured below, or give us a call today at your earliest convenience to schedule a private home tour!


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