The collection of homes offers a tree-filled sanctuary while providing close access to major thoroughfares, shopping, and dining in Cypress and nearby downtown Houston
With first-time home buyers and families with young children in mind, Ashton Woods — one of the nation’s largest private homebuilders — has assembled a broad selection of family-friendly home designs in Richmond’s Creekside Ranch.
Old Glory and the birth of America will be commemorated with fun and fireworks at the Cross Creek Ranch Stars and Stripes Celebration Saturday, July 2.
The free, annual event takes place from 6-9:30 p.m. on the big hill at 6450 Cross Creek Bend Lane with a variety of festive activities including a dunking booth, a pie-eating contest, face painting, a bounce house and more. Houston favorites The Grateful Geezers will rock the party with renditions of blues, R & B, rock and jazz tunes. The celebration is open to the public.
Recently released rankings of Houston schools once again indicate that Riverstone is a smart choice for parents, with the Fort Bend development served by several of the top-rated schools in the greater Houston area and the state.
Another leading Houston homebuilder is coming to Conroe’s Grand Central Park.
Jaeger Homes will add single and two-story, luxury courtyard-style homes, priced from the low $400s to the low $500s, with custom touches aimed at active lifestyle buyers, according to Shannon League, director of marketing for Grand Central Park.
“Our goal has been to assemble a collection of trusted homebuilders to create a distinctive forest living experience with a decidedly urban feel,” says League. “The addition of Jaeger Homes is certainly a big step in that direction.”
Woodson’s Reserve, a 692-acre master-planned community located in Spring, TX, is encouraging residents to enjoy the outdoors and live active, healthy lifestyles through their Woodson’s Wheels program. The program gives each family who moves into the community one personalized Woodson’s Reserve cruiser bicycle from Bike Barn, a local well-known bike shop, upon closing their home.
When Margie McKay first learned of Harvest Green and its plans to become Houston’s first community focused on gardening and fresh produce, she knew it was where she wanted to live.
“I was in the market for something different,” says McKay. “The idea of growing my own vegetables and living in a community with gardening and farming right outside my back door really appealed to me.”
McKay didn’t waste any time. She signed a contract for a new home by Plantation Homes and just recently, became Harvest Green’s first resident.
Already one of Fort Bend’s largest dedicated dog spaces, Riverstone’s Bark Park just received a big addition — one that weighs about 500 pounds.
Four Fort Bend communities are opening the doors to dozens of model homes this October during the “Treat Yourself to a New Home” event hosted by The Johnson Development Corp.
Event-goers can tour more than 50 model homes 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays. Plus, each family will receive a scratch-off “lotto” card at each model home for a chance to win a prize. More than $20,000 in prizes will be given away during October, plus builders will have various incentives as part of the tour.
Come out and visit Miramesa at Canyon Lakes West, a beautiful new community located in Northwest Houston. Located just around the bend from 290 and up the road from the Grand Parkway, you can live in a fantastic community all while being close enough to the major thoroughfares that bring you straight into town.