Keith Burnett, contractor sitting at his desk talking to a customer
Curington Farms located 1 mile from Hwy 27 was founded in 2006 by Burnett construction and KRJ Development. From Dec 2007 to June 2008, 16 homes have been sold. Phase I has plans for 41 homes and phase II has plans for 45 homes. Located just minutes from Fort Rucker, Holly Hill Elementary School, Dolphin Junior High and Enterprise High School, makes this subdivision a very desirable place to live.
Keith Burnett moved to Enterprise, Al in 1967. In high school he began working at his family’s jewelry business Cathart Jewelers. He always enjoyed working with jewelry because he was fascinated with making something from start to finish. Homebuilding gave him this same feeling of satisfaction. He enjoys being able to take homeowners ideas, and putting them into reality.
Keith first built his own home, and a shopping center named Evergreen Place Shopping center, which is where his family’s jewelry store is located. He fell in love with the construction process. He toyed with the idea of making this a career for the next seven years. After much consideration he realized this was the path he wanted to take. His next project was a 41 unit complex called Eagle’s Landing Townhomes. He then started building custom homes.
While finishing up Eagle Landing Keith started looking at the property that is now Curington Farms. The Wyatt Curington family once used this land as farmland, and had won many awards for the peanuts that had been grown on the property. Keith went to school with Wyatt’s nephew Scott, whom in later years inherited the land. When Scott expressed interest in selling, Keith went to him with the idea of letting him purchase it so that he could develop a subdivision to be called Curington Farms.
Keith wants to give the highest quality of construction with many amenities at the most competitive price possible.