New subdivision in Ontario aims to bring down home cost to get owners in

A new 10-lot subdivision is in the works on Sunset Drive across from the Sunset Cemetery in Ontario. (The Enterprise/Pat Caldwell)

ONTARIO – Preliminary work on a 10-lot subdivision in east Ontario is underway and the new venture could offer a unique way for lower income residents to buy a home.

The five-acre subdivision – on Sunset Drive just across from the Sunset Cemetery – will be developed by Chelsey and Andrea Warrington.

“We just bought it this summer and as soon as we bought it we paid for an engineer and said we are going to push forward,” said Chelsey Warrington.

Warrington, the city, Euvalcree, a local nonprofit, and Agile Homes also want to collaborate on the venture to help area residents buy their first home.

Gustavo Morales, Euvalcree’s executive . . .