McCall Lane / Farmington


How you live your life starts with where you live it.

Brownstone Townhomes is an exciting 14 unit townhome project located in the historic east side district of Farmington, Utah.


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The practical design of the Brownstone Townhomes provides wonderful fluidity throughout the dwelling. A well-appointed eat-in kitchen opens up into the dining area and living room with valued ceilings. The main floor also boasts an outdoor patio for a breath of clear air that will also be an amazing space for entertaining.  The second floor offers a nice hallway, abundant with closets that guides you through to the two extra bedrooms, full bath, washer dryer closet, and finally the Master Bedroom. This room is equipped with another private, full bathroom, a walk-in closet and large windows to capture natural light. Call today for more information. We can’t wait to welcome you home.

End Unit Option

Middle Unit Option




Our communities are designed to promote a sense of belonging, a sense of community.  We have a few available lots still available. Contact us for more information.


Cottle Homes Design-Studio is a one-stop shop filled with designer-quality displays that will enable you to showcase your unique style in your new custom Cottle Home.

Our on-site designer will meticulously guide you through the tailoring of your new home by helping you coordinate interior and exterior selections. From carpet and cabinetry to stucco and stone, you’re able to give your home the warmth and character that reflects your family’s personal taste.

Our custom studio takes the stress out of color selection, making an otherwise lengthy process smooth and streamlined. It really has never been easier to make your home perfect.

Whether you have a vision for your new home’s finishes or need help every step of the way, we’re here to meet your needs. Our design professionals will help you find your unique style. We look forward to meeting you and showing you our vast variety of selections in our custom design shop! To make your appointment call 801-617-2100.

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In the heart of Farmington, Utah.

Farmington, the seat of Davis County, is located about 16 miles north of Salt Lake City. It occupies a narrow strip of land tucked snugly against the base of the Wasatch Mountains, halfway between Salt Lake City and Ogden, with the Great Salt Lake lapping at its western shores.

The community, with a population of around 14,000, is a place renowned for its tree lined streets, visual charm and a history as solid as the stone used in the construction of many of its pioneer homes.

Farmington’s earliest inhabitants were Indians who stayed until the 1860’s. fur trappers came through the Farmington area as early as 1825, and were followed by explorers and emigrants in the 1840’s.

Soon after arriving in the Salt Lake Valley with the Pioneers in 1847, Hector C. Haight traveled north to graze cattle, eventually building a log cabin and settling his family in the area. Other settlers followed over the ensuing years, naming the town North Cottonwood.

The name was later changed to Farmington. In December of 1892, Farmington was incorporated as a city with a population of 1,180. By 1980, that number had increased to 4,700, and in the next 12 years the population doubled.

The five canyons above Farmington have streams that flow through the City, eventually emptying into the Great Salt Lake. Farmington Canyon offers opportunities for hiking, jogging, bicycling, snowmobiling, picnicking, horseback riding, fishing and camping. There are also horse racing and rodeo facilities at the Davis County Fairgrounds in West Farmington. Not to mention Station Park that right around the corner filled with restaurants, shopping and Harmon’s Grocery store.

Farmington is well known as the site of the State’s largest family amusement park. Lagoon, originally known as Lake Park Resort, was once on the shores of the Great Salt lake. Later in the 1890’s, it was moved to its present site and renamed Lagoon.

The City’s motto, “Historic Beginnings”, is in reference to the pioneer spirit that Farmington was settled with and that same pioneer spirit exists today. Majestic trees line the City’s Main Streets which makes it have the old town feeling.


CNN Money Ranks Farmington the 12th Best Place to Live in America.

About the Builder

At the heart of our company is a love of good design. The training of all team members in the fundamentals of good design is the key to our success. We want all elements of your home- from your floor plan to your pain colors – to add to the feeling that each element belongs with the other. It is important that the sales and finance members understand that good design makes for lasting value. We want our superintendents and subcontractors to seat the smallest details and accommodate the time and team work that shows in a well crafted home. We want your home to be functional, practical, a little whimsical, and enjoyed by you and your family. We hope that through the years each of you, in your own time, will discover the many small details that were carefully thought over and crafted into the home. We also know you will benefit from higher resale values as you follow the basics of good design.

Alan W Cottle