Master-planned community Woodforest continues expansion with new homes, builders

Taylor Morrison will soon begin sales in a new neighborhood of Woodforest, Christine Manor. The community is also welcoming a new builder, David Weekley Homes, which will be selling in the Kingsley Square neighborhood. (Courtesy Total PR)
Taylor Morrison will soon begin sales in a new neighborhood of Woodforest, Christine Manor. The community is also welcoming a new builder, David Weekley Homes, which will be selling in the Kingsley Square neighborhood. (Courtesy Total PR)

Taylor Morrison will soon begin sales in a new neighborhood of Woodforest, Christine Manor. The community is also welcoming a new builder, David Weekley Homes, which will be selling in the Kingsley Square neighborhood. (Courtesy Total PR)

Woodforest, a master-planned community about 7 miles west of I-45 in Montgomery, continues to expand with the addition of new houses and builders to its various neighborhoods.

Christine Manor

Taylor Morrison, a builder that had previously been selling only in the 55-plus community of Bonterra at Woodforest, will expand to Christine Manor, a new neighborhood of 23 65-foot homesites. Taylor Morrison will offer five home designs in Christine Manor, with pricing from the $370,000s, according to a Dec. 15 news release from Total PR.

The floor plans range from 2,493 to 3,403 square feet and offer up to six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and four-bay garages. A model home is underway, according to the news release.

Kingsley Square


David Weekley Homes, new to Woodforest, is bringing two series of floor plans to the new enclave of Kinglsey Square, according to the news release. It will be the first time Woodforest is offering homes with rear garages.

Model homes are expected to open in mid-2021. The builder has yet to release pricing.

Sanderling

Gracepoint Homes is moving into the Woodforest neighborhood Sanderling. Floor plans will be for 70-foot homesites, although pricing has not been announced. A model home is expected to open in the spring.

Additionally, Chesmar Homes opened a new model home for its Villa townhome designs in Woodforest. The homes range from 1,600 to 1,900 square feet and are priced from the $200,000s, according to the news release.
By Eva Vigh
Eva Vigh joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 as a reporter for Spring and Klein. Prior to this position, she covered upstream oil and gas news for a drilling contractors' association.


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