Chesmar Homes and Gracepoint Homes are offering new homes in the neighborhood of Jagged Ridge in the Village of Creekside Park. These single-family homes are priced from the $210â€™s to the $250â€™s. Chesmarâ€™s model is The Tremar, which includes 2,391 square feet and is priced from $232,990. Featured in the two-story design are three first floor bedrooms, game room up with full bath, three bathrooms, two-car attached garage, large family room adjacent to open kitchen and breakfast room, and formal dining room. The master bath features a separate tub and shower and his and her closets.
Six beautiful home plans are available from Chesmar Homes in Jagged Ridge, ranging in size from 2,123 â€“ 2,343 square feet. Brick, and brick and stone elevations are offered on all plans and a full GE appliance package is standard including front-load washer and dryer. All homes are Energy Star Certified, Certified Green and carry the Environments for Livingâ„¢ usage and comfort guarantee.
Gracepoint Homes offers seven designs in this neighborhood. Sizes range from approximately 2,174 to 2,699 square feet and include up to four bedrooms and up to three baths (many with half baths). A brick or brick and stone elevation is featured. All homes are Energy Star Certified and comply with the guidelines set by the Environments for LivingÂ® program.
The Village of Creekside Park encompasses vast areas of parklands, totaling 1,850 acres including the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, named in honor of The Woodlandsâ€™ founder George Mitchell; the 20-acre Fleming Park including the Rob Fleming Aquatic Center, named for the late Rob Fleming, Texas Parks and Wildlife naturalist and artist; and 72-acre Lake Paloma, a scenic waterway through the center of the village.
This summer, the South Montgomery County YMCA plans to open an Outdoor Education Facility in the Village of Creekside Park. Public schools in Creekside Park are part of the Tomball Independent School District. Tomball ISD has committed to three school sites in the new village. The first school, Creekside Forest Elementary, is an elementary campus serving students in grades K-6 that opened for the 2009-2010 school year.