Audubon, a master-planned community spanning 3,000 acres in Magnolia, will add another 232 homes in its new Creekside South district, which is expected to break ground later this year, according to a Sept. 25 news release.

The new district will include 45-foot homesites and 60-foot homesites for patio homes, and 80-foot properties, which are new options for homebuyers within the Audubon community.

Community Impact previously reported Creekside South would begin construction in 2022 at the southwest corner of Hwy. 249 and FM 1488.

The details

Alongside new lot sizes and home styles, Creekside South will incorporate two new builders to Audubon: Sitterle Homes and Newmark Homes. This will be Sitterle Homes' first endeavor in Montgomery County, according to the release.

Creekside South will include:
  • 97 45-foot homesites from Newmark Homes
  • 59 60-foot homesites for patio homes from Sitterle Homes
  • 44 80-foot lots from Sitterle Homes and Drees Custom Homes
Pricing has not been announced as of publication.

What they're saying

“We are very excited what this expansion is bringing to Audubon and Montgomery County,” said Sam Yager III, vice president of Audubon Magnolia Development LLC, in the release. “With the addition of Creekside South, Audubon will now offer a full range of homesites from 40 feet to 80 feet wide.”

One more thing

Creekside South will follow the Creekside North and Audubon Park districts, which feature existing model homes.

Community Impact previously reported Audubon will include seven districts.