Construction on the future home of brothers William and Robert Williams will be completed before Christmas, and then they will start construction.
Construction of the 5,600-square-foot home in the small town of Hockessin began last month.
The house will be for sale for $2.6 million.
The Williams brothers will be the second family to move to Hocknessin, which has been home to the brothers since they were born in 1877.
They have lived in the area for 40 years.
The first family moved to the area in the 1960s.
The family owns the Hockesons’ hometown of Hialeah, Florida.
It is not clear when construction on construction on this new home will begin.
Hockessins mayor, David Brown, told the Miami Herald the Williams will have an advantage because they will have the location of the future location.
“We’re really hoping they’ll have more land available, more people moving to the neighborhood, more business to the market,” Brown said.
“And that will allow them to be more aggressive in the market, which is always the goal of our city.”
The Williams’ neighbors say they are excited for the home, and will enjoy it as a place for a family to stay.
John Wiggin, the president of Hidalgo-based Williams Construction, told Miami Herald that the new family will live in the building with his family.
He said the Williams family has always wanted to live in Hocknesses home and the project is a good example of how we can make that happen.
In recent years, the Hidalgonas city government has been making efforts to bring more development to the town.
Hialeah Mayor David Brown is expected to unveil the home of his family on Tuesday.
This story was updated to include the details of the new construction.