Drees Custom Homes has acquired property in one of the last Kingwood neighborhoods to offer new homes.
Royal Brook is a 500-acre development at the intersection of Mills Branch and West Lake Houston Parkway. The community includes portions in both Kingwood and Montgomery County, and students will be zoned to Shadow Forest Elementary, Riverwood Middle School and Kingwood High School in the Humble Independent School District.
Drees Custom Homes has 18 75-foot properties in Royal Brook and expects home prices to start in the $410,000s, said Jay McManus, Houston division president.
“Kingwood is nearly complete, and both builders and buyers are vying for the few remaining opportunities for new homes in this long-standing Houston neighborhood,” McManus said. “We’re excited to continue our expansion in Houston and hope to begin presales in late March or early April.”
Drees Custom Homes expects to begin sales in another new community, Rosehill Reserve, in March. The builder has 47 homesites in the Tomball development and will offer eight floor plans ranging from 3,522 to 4,839 square feet. Pricing is from the $470,000s.
Family-owned and operated since 1928, Drees announced its entry into the Houston market in September 2014. The builder now offers homes in eight Houston-area developments including Royal Brook and Rosehill Reserve. Others are Harper’s Preserve in Conroe, Long Meadow Farms in Richmond, the Retreat at Augusta Pines in Spring, Summer Lakes in Rosenberg, Towne Lake in Cypress and Woodtrace in Tomball. Starting prices range from the $280,000s to the $660,000s.
For more information on Drees Custom Homes in Houston, visit www.dreeshomes.com