Custom homes could be coming to Seven Ranches lots if request OK’d

This photo provides an arial view of the Seven Ranches area where a developer is planning a small community of custom homes.. [Bryan Mordt]

The owner of a 5-acre parcel in Seven Ranches has submitted a project narrative and site plan to the city requesting it be subdivided into four 1.25-acre lots.

Curtis Kelner, owner of PCG Maricopa LLC, submitted an application for minor land division for the 5.05-acre site, which sits 300 feet west of the southwestern corner of Seven Ranch Road and Gunsmoke Road.

The land is vacant and zoned general residential.

Kelner proposes a split of the parcel into four 166-foot-by-329-foot lots. According to the narrative, that lot size would allow for either custom or manufactured homes to be built on the sites and would conform with current zoning.

The lots could be sold individually or the owner could build speculative homes on the sites.

The narrative indicates the project, “will provide space for larger homes, home occupancy businesses, RV garages, accessory dwelling units, and/or additional storage which is not available in traditional small lot subdivisions.”

Kelner plans to use existing Seven Ranches Domestic Water District infrastructure at the western property line and bring service lines to each lot. Electrical lines from Electrical District No. 3 also are at the property. Sewer will be provided through private septic tanks.

Access to each lot will be via a new easement agreement on the western side of the property.