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Community Creekside Park Real Estate

The Woodlands Creekside Park Village 39 Prairie Falcon

The Woodlands Creekside Park Village. Remarkable 1.5 story home with fabulous curb appeal in Tupelo Green Creekside! Great home for entertaining family and friends. Livable floor plan with 4 bedrooms downstairs in a split plan, and nice size game room upstairs with a half bath. Kitchen is open to family. Tons of storage and counters in this kitchen with beautiful stained cabinets, granite counters and a center island. Master suite offers a tray ceiling and bay windows. Wood floors in formal dining. Enjoy outdoor living on extended patio with pergola. Tupelo Park is at the front of this neighborhood and has courts, play and picnic areas, and pond for fishing. Creekside shopping is just a few minutes away. Enjoy all Creekside offers...shopping, restaurants, Rob Fleming Nature Trails, Aquatic Park, recreation center, festivals, 4th of July fireworks, art & sporting events. Zoned to highly acclaimed Creekside Forest Elementary. Easy access to Grand Parkway! Visit http://micheleflory.com/property/39-prairie-falcon-place/ for more info plus photo gallery.

The Woodlands Creekside Park Village

The Woodlands Village of Creekside Park is planned to be home to 7,100 new families. A mix of home styles, price ranges and homebuilders is found in the Village of Creekside Park, similar to the other villages in The Woodlands. Many of the same popular homebuilders who build in other areas of The Woodlands are building new homes in Creekside Park. New homes are currently priced from the $180’s to more than $3 million.

New homebuilding is underway in several neighborhoods located off the main entrance to the village on Gosling Road and in the neighborhood of Timarron off Kuykendahl Road. Sale of new homes and homesites is also underway in the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside, home of a Tom Fazio Championship Golf Course.

Lakes & Parklands to Discover

Vast areas of parklands, totaling 1,850 acres, along with plentiful lakes and ponds, are the highlight of the new Village of Creekside Park. Here, you and your family can enjoy hiking, swimming, fishing, kayaking and canoeing, mountain biking, birding and other creative ways to commune with nature. It’s a true adventureland!

Many of the neighborhoods in Creekside Park are centered around parks or water features. A 72-acre lake and linear park, called Lake Paloma (Spanish for “dove”), extends east to west in the center of the village, acting as a scenic connector between neighborhoods. A 12-foot wide walking and biking trail will run along the banks of Lake Paloma. Major parklands include the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, named in honor of The Woodlands’ founder, George Mitchell, and 20-acre Rob Fleming Park, named in honor of Rob Fleming, Texas Parks and Wildlife naturalist and artist.

A Vision Named for a Visionary

Trailheads will lead from several of the neighborhood parks into the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve at the northern border of the village. Two trailheads leading into The Preserve – one in the Village of Creekside Park and one in the Village of Indian Springs – are now open. Miles of soft surface trails are also open for hiking and birding. The George Mitchell Nature Preserve includes seven miles of frontage along Spring Creek, and is part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project, a joint effort of Harris and Montgomery Counties to amass 33 miles of Spring Creek frontage for a bi-county nature trail system extending from US 59 to Spring.

Rob Fleming Park features a Craftsman-style Pavilion; a playground; tree-lined promenades and groves of specimen trees; a naturally landscaped one-acre lake with lakeside conservation trail; a bluebonnet meadow; a field for community festivals; a butterfly garden; and a picnic area. A wildlife sculpture trail that will be a tribute to the artistry of Rob Fleming will be completed soon.

Community Creekside Park New Neighborhood Updates

Development, Construction Underway in the New Neighborhood of Timarron

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Development of Timarron, a new 240-acre area located west of Kuykendahl Road in The Woodlands’ Village of Creekside Park, is well underway and Pulte Homes and Beazer Homes are constructing new single-family homes ranging in size from approximately 1,500-2,500 square feet, and priced from the $160’s. Pulte’s model homes are expected to open in early August, and Beazer will open their models in late August or early September.

“We are glad to have single-family homes in this price range in Timarron,” said Buck Driggers, Vice President of Residential Sales and Development for The Woodlands Development Company. “Timarron will be the ideal place for first-time homebuyers and those wishing to downsize to a smaller home or patio home within The Woodlands.”

There will be 10 neighborhoods within Timarron, five comprised of single-family homes, and five featuring patio homes. The centerpiece of Timarron will be 7-acre Timarron Park, including a Craftsman-style picnic pavilion that will seat 50, a Craftsman-style restroom, separate play equipment for older and younger children, a lighted basketball court, two lighted tennis courts, play field and picnic areas. The park will be connected to surrounding neighborhoods by two miles of trails. The trails will also connect Timarron with Tomball ISD schools in Creekside Park, including the new Creekside Forest K-6 Elementary School that opens in August. The trails will also lead to the planned village shopping center.

Five lakes, ranging in size from approximately one acre to 12 acres, are located throughout the neighborhood. “This chain of lakes provides water views to many of the homesites in Timarron,” Driggers said. “A forested greenway connects the neighborhoods with the park and pathway system and planned village center. Three access points are also planned from Timarron to the 1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, ultimately connecting to Burroughs Park in Spring and the Spring Creek Greenway, a 33-mile trail system linking parklands in Harris and Montgomery Counties.
Source: TWDC