Trendmaker Homes makes debut in Cypress community Falls at Dry Creek

Trendmaker Homes has announced its latest expansion into the Cypress area with 20 homesites planned at the Falls at Dry Creek community. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes)
Trendmaker Homes has announced its latest expansion into the Cypress area with 20 homesites planned at the Falls at Dry Creek community. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes)

Trendmaker Homes has announced its latest expansion into the Cypress area with 20 homesites planned at the Falls at Dry Creek community. (Courtesy Trendmaker Homes)

Trendmaker Homes has announced its latest expansion into the Cypress area with 20 homesites planned at the Falls at Dry Creek community. A model home is now open at 16503 Baston Creek Drive, Cypress, and initial move-ins are slated to begin in December.

Homes will range in size from 3,614-4,650 square feet and start in the low $500,000s. According to a press release, modern, open floorplans provide many options including smart home capabilities, media rooms, fifth bedrooms, four-car garages, extended covered patios and outdoor pergolas.

Residents will have access to community amenities such as a fitness center, gazebo, playground, lake and walking trails. The community is zoned to Cy-Fair ISD, including Keith Elementary School, Smith Middle School and Bridgeland High School.

“Houston has always been a powerhouse market in one of the strongest states for jobs and business growth,” Joe Mandola, division president at Trendmaker Homes Houston, said in a press release. “That opportunity was reflected in the metro’s record-high home sales volume last year and the top 20 national ranking for homebuilding prospects this year.”

Falls at Dry Creek is located off Mueschke and Schiel roads in Cypress. Other homes in the community are available from Village Builders.


281-845-6510. www.trendmakerhomes.com
By Danica Smithwick
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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