WESTFIELD ACRES ADDITIONAL KEY INFORMATION
Gerri Jueden and her twin sons Kolby and Derek of Hartington were the first family to purchase a lot in Westfield Acres. The Jueden family intends to begin building their new home in the fall of 2011.
Three other local families purchased lots in Westfield Acres at the Kick-Off Auction held on September 8th.
The Westfield Acres residential housing development came about through the initial strategic goal setting by the Hartington Community Economic Development Corporation back in early 2008. For more background information, just click here.
- Click Here for a Westfield Acres Informational brochure(8.5 x 14" paper).
- 2012 Informational Flyer
- Click Here for a Westfield Acres New Construction brochure - NENEDD Eligibility and Program Overview.
For an actual copy of an informational brochure of Westfield Acres, please send request to Hartington Community Development Corporation, PO Box 427, Hartington, NE 68739 and include your name and address.
To provide a very desirable area and location for the building of a variety of homes that fit the decor of the neighborhood and that promotes a quality of life for all future residents and families. The planting of trees and quality landscaping is encouraged to make the neighborhood and subdivision appealing and a source of satisfaction and pride for all the residents.
The Hartington Community Development Corporation is the owner and developer of Westfield Acres. The corporation is made up of 12 board members and is an entity of the City of Hartington. A separate Community Development Redevelopment Authority (CRA) five member board appointed by the mayor will oversee and govern all aspects of the housing development till all lots are sold with all purchase offers on lots requiring CRA approval.
The goal is to have an average of two homes or more built per year in Phase 1 allowing Phase 2 (19 lots) to the south to be constructed in 6-8 years. The plan at that time is to extend DuLain St. south to hook up to a new street going west that will connect with the current Sports Complex south road to provide a second entrance/exit for Westfield Acres.
|City of Hartington||NE Dept. of Econ. Dev.||NE Nebraska Econ. Dev. District|
|Hartington Community Development Corp.||Plumbing & Electric Services, Inc.||Eisenbraun & Associates|
|Bacon & Vinton Attorneys, LLC||LB840 City Sales Tax||Steve Harris Construction Inc.|
|Gerhold Concrete Co., Inc.||Souce Gas||Hartelco|
|Nordby Fencing||Nebraska Public Power District||Cedar County News|
|X-Pert Lawn & Landscaping||Leise Concrete||Dave Feilmeier Electric|
|Federal Home Land Bank of Topeka||Security National Bank||Farmers & Merchants State Bank|
|Bank of Hartington||Cedar Security Bank|
Westfield Acres Billboard
Plat of Westfield Acres in the City of Hartington. Site is located in the N 1/2, SE 1/4, Section 35, T31 N, R 1 E.
Lot prices start with a low of $23,000 to a high of $31,000. For a complete listing of actual lot prices by individual lot, please contact one of the two realtors under "Information and Contacts on Purchasing Lots".
Specific Restrictive Covenants applicable to only Westfield Acres have been adopted and will need to be followed by all lot and homeowners. The covenants are in place to establish uniform standards and expectations for all homeowners and importantly to protect the value and general appearance of the sub-division. A complete listing of the Restrictive Covenants can be provided by the two Realtor/Brokers selling the Westfield Acre lots.
To view the Zoning Requirements, Setbacks, Easements, Ordiances, Permits, Hook-up Fees, click here.
To view Information and Contacts on Purchasing Lots, click here
Homebuyer (LMI) Assistance: Qualifying individuals for Low to Moderate Income Homebuyer Assistance should contact the Northeast Nebraska Economic Development office in Norfolk, Nebraska at (402) 379-1150 for information and assistance in purchasing a lot and building an LMI home at Westfield Acres. There will be home buyer assistance on four (4) homes to be built in Westfield Acres.
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