An ever-expanding Woodforest master-planned community recently welcomed a new model home by builder Highland Homes to its Emory Birch neighborhood.
Highland is the exclusive builder in Emory Birch. The new model showcases 11 designs for homes priced from the $210,000s with up to five bedrooms, open-concept common areas and options for extended outdoor living areas and additional garage bays.
Fifty-eight homesites are available in the enclave, with four quick move-in homes ready in December.
“Woodforest is continuing to grow,” said Virgil Yoakum, general manager of Woodforest. “In addition to our newest model home, we’ve added new builders, opened several new neighborhoods and increased our range of amenities to include a new fitness pool at our Forest Island Recreation Complex and the opening of the Stampede Sportsplex. We also have more commercial development in the works.”
The new model, plus four more that opened in the community’s Deerbourne Ridge neighborhood earlier this year, brings the total number of model homes in Woodforest up to 33. Models highlight the variety of home styles — from patio designs and townhomes to luxury and custom homes — available to buyers.
In addition to Emory Birch, Woodforest also opened Kingsley, a new neighborhood featuring home designs by Gracepoint Homes and new builder Empire Communities. The development’s second child care center — Children’s Lighthouse — recently opened in the Montgomery community and plans for a Star Stop Chevron fuel station were announced earlier this year.
For more information about Woodforest, visit www.woodforesttx.com