Several new forested neighborhoods are now open for sales in the 400-acre expansion of the Village of Sterling Ridge, with homes starting in the $150â€™s up to the mid-$500â€™s.
Homebuilders include Chesmar Homes, Gracepoint Homes, Highland Homes, Lennar, Plantation, Trendmaker, Village Builders, David Weekley Homes and Wilshire Homes.
Lennarâ€™s new twin villa model is now open in Bloomhill, with homes priced from the $150â€™s. Highland and Plantation now have sales offices open on May Valley Drive, where they are selling homes priced from the $270â€™s – $330â€™s in the neighborhood of Vershire.
In Almondell, Wilshire is offering new homes from the $380â€™s with 2,800-3,800 square feet on 65-foot homesites. Wilshire is offering pre- onstruction prices. The Wilshire sales office is also on May Valley Drive.
The neighborhoods of Bloomhill, Vershire and Almondell are accessed off Branch Crossing Drive where it intersects with May Valley Drive. Access to FM 2978 at the western boundary of The Woodlands should be completed later this year.
The new neighborhood is located in the Magnolia ISD, and children will attend Ellisor Elementary, Bear Branch 6th Grade Campus, Bear Branch Junior High School and Magnolia High School. Both Bear Branch 6th Grade Campus and Bear Branch Junior High are only two miles north of the new area, off FM 2978. A site for a new Magnolia ISD K-5 elementary school is also located within the new area.
May Valley Park, a nine-acre park, will be located near the entrance to the new neighborhood and winding hike and bike trails will connect the area with other neighborhoods in the Village of Sterling Ridge. Planned to open in spring of 2009, May Valley Park features a heavily wooded site with a stream running through it. Amenities will include a Pavilion, tennis and basketball courts, playground, picnic area, stream crossings and pathways.
This new neighborhood in Sterling Ridge is also located near several other parks and pools in The Woodlands, including Cranebrook Park where thereâ€™s a pool with interactive aquatic play structure, and Terramont Park, a 16-acre park with â€œwheel friendlyâ€ area, hills, playfields, tennis and basketball courts, and an expansive playground.