Officials said the first four sections of the newest village, known as Mourning Cloak, have 40-, 45-, 50- and 55-foot lots for sale now, and larger lots will be available in September. These sections will be zoned to Cy-Fair ISD, and future sections will be zoned to Waller and Katy ISDs.
Home sizes and price points will vary, and architecture will include both traditional and naturally modern designs. Builders include Highland Homes, David Weekley Homes, Chesmar Homes, Perry Homes, Beazer Homes, Lennar, M/I Homes and MHI.
Model homes are slated to open in early 2022, but interested buyers can meet with builders at the Parkland Village model home park in the meantime. Visit www.bridgeland.com/homes/our-builders to learn more.
“We are continuing our long-standing partnership with a trusted group of builders who not only produce high-quality homes, but complement the vision and commitment to excellence in Bridgeland,” said Heath Melton, executive vice president of master planned communities, residential, in a statement. “Buyers have the opportunity to design their new homes to their desire and needs while being a part of a community with excellent amenities, schools and inspiration drawn from the beauty and native ecosystem of the surrounding natural setting.”
Prairieland Village amenities will include a series of recreational lakes, a lakefront pavilion, an activity complex and village park, canoe and kayak launches, hiking and biking trails, birdwatching locations, catch-and-release fishing, neighborhood parks, playgrounds and shade pavilions.