Tealpointe Lake Estates making progress in Tomball

A rendering depicts the first home under construction in Tealpointe Lake Estates, which contains four bedrooms, four bathrooms and is 4,700 square feet. (Rendering courtesy Louis Smith)
A rendering depicts the first home under construction in Tealpointe Lake Estates, which contains four bedrooms, four bathrooms and is 4,700 square feet. (Rendering courtesy Louis Smith)

A rendering depicts the first home under construction in Tealpointe Lake Estates, which contains four bedrooms, four bathrooms and is 4,700 square feet. (Rendering courtesy Louis Smith)

Tealpointe Lake Estates, a 99-acre development located off Mueschke Road in Tomball, has started construction on its first home after delays caused construction to be pushed back, developer Louis Smith said. The subdivision was previously slated to have its first lot sale in summer 2018, Community Impact Newspaper previously reported.



All the streets in the community have been constructed, and the landscaping is finished, Smith said. Of the 51 1.5-acre lots available, six have been sold, according to Tealpointe’s website.



Lots are for sale in the $200,000’s, with custom homes on the lots starting at $900,000, Smith said. The development has four preferred custom home builders: William David Homes, Morning Star Builders, Mike Harrison Custom Homes and Daybreak Custom Homes.



Lewis said residents will have access to a 100-acre park north of the community and the 130-acre Kleb Woods Nature Preserve adjacent to it.



“It's very close to the Grand Parkway so it has great access to all the freeways,” Lewis said. “There’s not really anything like this on the Grand Parkway.”

By Chandler France

Reporter, Tomball/Magnolia

Chandler joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Southern California, where he was the executive editor of Annenberg Media. He previously interned with the company in Gilbert, AZ and with the Beacon Project, an investigative reporting team in Los Angeles. Chandler is originally from Laguna Hills, CA.



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