Each home constructed in Mission Ranch is guided by deed restrictions, which will help protect your investment and ensures the community will represent the quality of lifestyle you’ve worked so hard to achieve. Below is a list of our most frequently asked questions.
Yes. However, submitted designs must undergo an approval process. Mission Ranch also works with some of the premier custom homebuilders in the nation – each is highly regarded and Pre-Qualified to build within Mission Ranch.
The Home Owners Association membership fee is $2,500 per year and a $2,000 contribution to the reserve fund upon closing.
The water at Mission Ranch is public water, Municipal Utility District.
Mission Ranch utilizes aerobic septic systems.
Only for the custom homes in the Great Oaks estate section of Mission Ranch. Minimum square footage for a one story home is 2,800 sq. ft.
Two story homes must be at least 3,000 sq. ft, with a minimum of 2,400 sq. ft on the 1st floor.
Vehicles such as four-wheelers or ATVs are not allowed on the trails within the property.
At Mission Ranch we do not allow horses on your property
Mission Ranch allows for 2 years from the closing on the lot to begin construction on your home.
Barns and storage facilities are not allowed, however, some extended family suites are authorized. However, they must adhere to the Mission Ranch deed restrictions and compliment the home.
Yes. Both Great Oaks and Mission Ranch are run by the same HOA and can use all the same amenities within the community.