Village Builders Debuts Urban-Style, Three-Story Homes in New Memorial-Area Community

A collection of three-story, single-family homes by Village Builders is coming to the new west Houston community of Upland Preserve, a luxury urban retreat just north of Interstate 10 minutes west of the Sam Houston Parkway.

Located at 1415 Oak Steam Drive, Upland Preserve offers 53 home sites in a gated setting featuring the new Bella Fleur collection by Village Builders.

Plans for this urban collection of new homes feature rooftop terraces with first and third-floor bedrooms including an inviting master suite with en suite master bathroom.  Ranging from 1,937 - 2,900 square feet, these detached, single-family homes also feature second-floor gourmet island kitchen, breakfast room, spacious family room, study and other living spaces with eleven-foot ceilings. 

Its signature rooftop terrace, typically found in urban settings, is ideal for a morning cup of coffee or for entertaining at night. 

“The community is ideal for buyers seeking a luxury, lifestyle home in an urban setting just minutes from CityCentre, fine dining, shopping and entertainment,” says Lenore Kimmel, director of sales for Village Builders.  “Plus, it offers easy access to I-10 and is in close proximity to the Memorial Hermann - Memorial City Medical Center and other major employers.”

A new Upland Preserve model home by Village Builders is expected to open in the fall.   

In the meantime, those interested in learning more about new homes by Village Builders in west Houston’s Upland Preserve can call 888-671-8175 or go to http://www.villagebuilders.com/houston/upland-preserve-bella-fleur-collection.

Village Builders is part of Lennar Corp., established in 1954 as one of the nation’s leading homebuilders.

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Standing in front of Lennar’s three-story Upland Preserve model home currently under construction are (l. to r.) Sam Teuton, product development manager; Anthony Brown, customer care coordinator; Roy Mata, construction manager; Marco Cordon, director of construction and Michael Reamer, director of sales.