Real estate updates: See where new houses are available in south Montgomery County neighborhoods

Malaga Forest
Malaga Forest

Malaga Forest

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Malaga Forest
New construction is ongoing in a number of south Montgomery County neighborhoods. Here's a look at a few where properties are for sale or coming soon.

Featured neighborhood:


Malaga Forest is a small gated community in Shenandoah west of I-45 and located off Wellman Road.

The neighborhood includes 36 Mediterranean-style garden homes with features such as covered loggias and courtyards. A variety of floor plans are available, which include tile roofs and stucco. As of mid-November, only four lots were remaining. Standard features include granite countertops and hardwood cabinets.

Malaga Forest

713-594-9639

www.malaga-homes.com

Builder: Malaga Homes

Square footage: 3,000+

Home values: $500,000

Amenities: gated community

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, College Park High School)

Twenty south Montgomery County communities with new construction in 2019:

1. Boulevard Green at Vision Park

713-594-9639

www.boulevardgreen.com

Builder: Pelican Builders

Square footage: 2,221-3,173

Home values: starting at $398,000

Amenities: gated community, pool

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)

2. Bristol Lakes

832-823-4854

www.princetonclassichomes.com

Builders: Princeton Classic Homes

Square footage: 2,000-4,000

Home values: $300,000-$450,000

Amenities: community center, swimming pool, kids pool, playground

Schools: Conroe ISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, Cox Intermediate School, York Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School

3. Coronet Ridge

281-351-2109

www.darlinghomes.com

Builders: Darling Homes, Toll Brothers

Square footage: 3,619-4,314

Home values: $727,995-$824,995

Amenities: walking trails, shopping center

Schools: Tomball ISD (Creekview Elementary School, Creekside Park Junior High School, Tomball High School)

4. The Falls-Arbor Lakes

281-393-7070

www.davidweekleyhomes.com

Builder: David Weekley Homes

Square footage: 2,087-2,965

Home values: $274,000-$313,399

Amenities: clubhouse, dog park, basketball courts

Schools: Conroe ISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, York Junior High School, Cox Intermediate School, Oak Ridge High School)

5. Falls at Imperial Oaks

832-813-7170

www.fallsatimperialoaks.com

Builders: CalAtlantic Homes, David Weekley Homes, Lennar Homes, Partners in Building, Village Builders

Square footage: 1,800-4,500

Home values: $220,000-$700,000

Amenities: hiking trails, swimming pools

Schools: Conroe ISD (Birnham Woods Elementary School, Clark Intermediate School, York Junior High School, Grand Oaks High School)

6. Grogan’s Crest

281-978-2894

www.groganscrest.com

Builder: Connor Davis Homes

Square footage: 2,000-3,200

Home values: $350,000-$470,000

Amenities: swimming pool, nature trails

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)

7. Harmony

936-447-2805

www.harmony-houston.com

Builders: Ashton Woods, CastleRock Communities, Darling Homes, Highland Homes, Perry Homes, Shea Homes, Taylor Morrison, Village Builders, Westin Homes

Square footage: 1,900-4,150

Home values: $220,000-$600,000+

Amenities: Spring Creek Greenway, parks, playgrounds, hiking trails, Barefoot Park Schools: Conroe ISD (Broadway Elementary School, Cox Intermediate School, York Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School)

8. Harper’s Preserve

281-681-2000

www.harperspreserve.com

Builders: Ashton Woods, Chesmar Homes, Drees Custom Homes, Gehan Homes, Highland Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Plantation Homes

Square footage: 2,221-5,350

Home values: $260,000-$800,000

Amenities: swimming pool, playgrounds, lake and park areas

Schools: Conroe ISD (Oak Ridge Elementary School, Dolly Vogel Intermediate School, Irons Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School

9. Honeycomb Ridge

281-602-8823

www.honeycombridge.com

Builder: First Stone Homes

Square footage: 3,932+

Home values: $983,000+

Amenities: nature trails

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)

10. Jaden Oaks

281-651-1888

www.darlinghomes.com

Builder: Darling Homes

Square footage: 3,966-4,497

Home values: $596,426-$746,900

Amenities: aquatic center, parks

Schools: Tomball ISD (Timber Creek Elementary School, Creekside Park Junior High School, Tomball High School)

11. Lakes at Creekside

281-376-1500

www.lakesatcreekside.com

Builders: David Weekley Homes, M/I Homes , Perry Homes, Trendmaker Homes, Village Builders

Square footage: 1,800-5,500

Home values: $250,000-$600,000

Amenities: parks, walking trails

Schools: Tomball ISD (Timber Creek Elementary School, Creekside Park Junior High School, Tomball High School)

12. Lakeside Cove

832-434-2100

www.gracepointhomes.com

Builder: Gracepoint Homes

Square footage: 3,600-4,200

Home values: $1 million+

Amenities: parks, walking trails, golf course

Schools: Conroe ISD (Hailey Elementary School, Knox Junior High School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, College Park High School)

13. Lily

832-434-2100

www.gracepointhomes.com

Builder: Gracepoint Homes

Square footage: 2,402-3,365

Home values: $350,000+

Amenities: gated community, hiking and biking trails

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)

14. Marion

832-434-2100

www.gracepointhomes.com

Builders: Gracepoint Homes

Square footage: 2,639-3,950

Home values: $560,000+

Amenities: wrought-iron balconies, fountains, dedicated green space

Schools: Conroe ISD (Lamar Elementary School, Wilkerson Intermediate School, Knox Junior High School, College Park High School)

15. May Valley

281-209-2204

www.beazer.com

Builders: Beazer Homes, Westin Homes

Square footage: 1,725-2,800

Home values: $286,000-$375,273

Amenities: tennis and basketball courts, outdoor pavilion

Schools: Magnolia ISD (Smith Elementary School, Bear Branch Junior High School, Magnolia High School)

16. The Meadows at Imperial Oaks

713-260-4157

www.themeadowsatimperialoaks.com

Builders: Ashton Woods, Coventry Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Plantation Homes

Square footage: 1,650-4,600

Home values: $200,000-$600,000

Amenities: recreation center, pool, playground, walking trails

Schools: Conroe ISD (Kaufman Elementary School, Vogel Intermediate School, Irons Junior High School, Oak Ridge High School)

17. North Grove at Spring Creek

281-393-7070

www.northgrovetx.com

Builder: Toll Brothers

Square footage: 2,000-6,000

Home values: $300,000s-$600,000s

Amenities: trail system, parks, pool

Schools: Magnolia ISD (Smith Elementary School, Bear Branch Junior High School, Magnolia High School)

18. Retreat at Augusta Pines

281-205-7758

www.calatlantichomes.com

Builders: CalAtlantic Homes, Drees Custom Homes

Square footage: 2,896-3,425

Home values: $586,990-$621,990

Amenities: lake, golf course, clubhouse

Schools: Klein ISD (Metzler Elementary School, Hildebrandt Intermediate School, Klein Oak High School)

19. Shadow Creek Reserve

281-851-1118

www.frankelbuildinggroup.com

Builder: Frankel Building Group

Square footage: 6,458-7,266

Home values: $998,000-$1.5 million

Amenities: Augusta Pines Golf Club, lakes

Schools: Klein ISD (Metzler Elementary School, Hildebrandt Intermediate School, Klein Oak High School)

20. Stillwater-New Chapel East

832-723-3663

www.stillwatertx.com

Builder: Gracepoint Homes

Square footage: 1,815+

Home values: $273,000

Amenities: lakes, outdoor area with fire pit, fishing pier

Schools: Conroe ISD (Powell Elementary School, Mitchell Intermediate School, McCullough Junior High School, The Woodlands High School)

This article ran in the December 2019 edition of The Woodlands. Read the full e-edition here.
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By Vanessa Holt

A resident of the Houston area since 2011, Vanessa began working in community journalism in her home state of New Jersey in 1996. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2016 as a reporter for the Spring/Klein edition and became editor of the paper in March 2017.


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