Grand Central Park's grand opening attracted more than 2,000 prospective homebuyers.
Years after Boy Scout troops set up their final camp on forested property north of Houston at I-45 and Loop 336, the setting once again was a buzz of activity when more than 2,000 prospective homebuyers came to experience the grand opening of Grand Central Park, Montgomery County’s newest community of homes.
Village Builders is now offering its popular Heartland Collection of new homes in the Conroe community of Graystone Hills
One of Houston’s leading homebuilders is expanding its presence in one of Conroe’s up-and-coming communities of new homes.
Several move-in ready homes are now available in Grand Central Park, including luxury townhomes by Village Builders
As if on cue, 50 luxury homes are now under construction with a dozen complete and ready for immediate move in as several of Houston’s top new home builders complete their first homes in Grand Central Park, the highly anticipated Montgomery County master-planned community.
Park City slopes are calling and avid snow birds can register to hit them when they visit any Woodforest model home.
During the Savor the Season event, Dec. 1-31, visitors to any of the master-planned community’s 30 model homes can register to win a ski vacation in Park City, Utah. Those interested can also register at the Woodforest Homefinder Lodge, 101 Elk Trace Parkway. Two vacations will be given away.
Another top Houston homebuilder has rolled out the welcome mat in Grand Central Park, Montgomery County’s newest master-planned community.
Perry Homes has opened a new, luxury model home in the highly anticipated community at I-45 and Loop 336 where it is offering three, four and five-bedroom homes, starting in the $310s, in Grand Central Park’s first phase.
Tipler Design and Build has broken ground on a third custom showcase home in the Woodforest neighborhood of Pine Island, a walkable enclave highlighted by classic architecture.
Gracepoint Homes is debuting a new style of home designs in Woodforest, adding to the array of architectural styles found in the South Montgomery County community.
The homes will showcase classic Southern features in the Kingsley neighborhood of Woodforest, an enclave of 50-foot properties. Home exteriors will feature front porches, columns, shutters, carriage-style garage doors and painted brick.