Just under 60 single-family homes may be built on a swath of unused land belonging to the Vista Hills Country Club in El Paso.
That club, located on the east side of the city at 2210 Trawood Drive, has proposed building the homes on some 11 acres of land that require a zoning change from ranch/farm to planned residential.
No opposition from neighbors in the surrounding Vista del Sol subdivision has so far been recorded to the idea, prompting El Paso’s City Plan Commission to approve the zoning change, noting that the project is “consistent with other residential districts in the area around Vista Hills Country Club.”
The project is now on its way to the El Paso City Council for final approval. If built, the homes are expected to be priced in the $220,000 to $350,000 range.
The 18-hole Vista Hills Country Club was opened in February of 1974.
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