March 23 2018

Empire Communities Constructs Modern Design within Montgomery County Master-Planned Community

by Kelley

Houston Homes for Sale Great Room

Adjacent to the natural beauty of Lake Conroe and near the excitement of The Woodlands, Woodforest is the fastest-growing master-planned community in Montgomery County. This new home community offers homebuyers a relaxed living experience with close proximity to must-have amenities like schools, shops, restaurants and recreation. Award-winning Canadian homebuilder Empire Communities has designed beautiful homes at Woodforest to accentuate the natural ambiance of the community.

 

Four new home designs feature modern farmhouse architecture with selections for inviting covered porches, peaked roofs, and one- and two-story options. Two- to three-car garages give plenty of room for extra storage and optional flex space makes the perfect home office or private guest quarters. Empire Communities home designs emphasize open-concept living with luxurious finishes throughout and floorplans that range up to 3,424 square feet, giving ample room for multiple flex spaces and spacious bedrooms. Empire’s homes in Woodforest are affordably priced from the mid-$300s, with quick move-in options available for buyers looking to transition into the community quickly. Now until April 30th, homebuyers will receive an upgrade package valued up to $5,000. 

 

Woodforest offers recreational amenities that make it the perfect community for families and active lifestyles. With several parks to choose from, there are activities for adults, kids and fur babies alike. Enjoy the 27-hole golf course, or spend the day lounging poolside at Forest Island, complete with 42-foot water slide. Admiral Bark Park offers open green space for the pups to play and Christine Allen Nature Park is the perfect setting for a late afternoon stroll. There’s so much to explore and love at Woodforest. To receive more information about your dream home, sign up for updates or take a tour the Empire model home today.

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