In addition to detached singles, Newtown Grant contains building phases of townhomes. Also, condominiums were built in a section known as Society Place. See Newtown Grant for an overview of the combined phases.
Homes were built primarily during the late 1980s. Median lot size of the detached singles is 0.28 acres. Median interior living space is approximately 2,650 sqft.
Builders of single family units included Orleans, Quaker Group and David Schrenk. The various types of homes add-up to more than 1,200 housing units. The homes were built in successive phases and are variously managed by different management groups; the sections or "clusters" are each named and include: the Estates (I thru IV), Eagle Point, Pheasant Walk, Fawn Hollow.
Schrenk-built models offered included: Charlotte, Fieldstone, Hill House, Lafayette, Lancaster, Oxford, Yardley
Quaker-built models offered included: Brighton, Brittany, Hampton, Stockton and Stratford.
Orleans-built models offered included: Bryn Mawr, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, Princeton, Radcliffe, Yale.
Entry into Newtown Grant is from Durham Rd (Route 413) onto South Dr or North Dr, Stoopville Rd onto Hemlock Dr, and Eagle Rd onto Marigold Dr or Jonquil Dr.
Amaryllis Lane • Azalea Circle • Balsam Court • Bluebell Court • Bridal Rose Court • Buttercup Lane • Chickory Place • Columbine Circle • Crocus Lane • Daffodil Place • Foxglove Court • Geranium Court • Ginger Court • Gladiola Circle • Goldenrod Court • Hibiscus Place • Hyacinth Court • Iris Court • Jasmine Court • Jonquil Drive • Lotus Place • Marigold Drive • Myrtle Place • Pansy Court • Periwinkle Place • Poppy Court • Saffron Court • Shamrock Court • Snapdragon Drive • Snowdrop Place • South Drive • Sunflower Court • Teaberry Lane • Thistle Lane • Tulip Drive • Water Lily Way • Zinnia Drive