Kensington Valley

From the low USD $200,000's
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14603 Gully Place, Dallas, TX
Single Family Home
- Units
Construction
Kensington Valley is a new single family home development currently under construction at 14603 Gully Place, Dallas. Available units start from the low $200,000's.

Kensington Valley Details

Building Type:
Single Family Home
Ownership:
Freehold
Selling Status:
Registration
Sales Start:
To Be Determined
Construction Status:
Construction
Builder(s):

Pricing & Fees

Prices - Available Units:
From the low $200,000's
Cost to Purchase Parking:
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Cost to Purchase Storage:
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Average Price per Sqft:
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Co-op Fee Realtors:
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Kensington Valley Summary

New Homes Coming Soon!

Kensington Valey in Dallas is located off Edd Road and Seagoville Road. Camden Home’s is excited to have you experience the quality build and “standard” features we offer in each of our new homes. Our goal is help you achieve the American Dream of living in your own home.

Source: Camden Homes
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Kensington Valley Sales Center

14603 Gully Pl, Dallas, TX 75253, USA
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Updated: Jul 09, 2022
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