January 12 2019

Find “More” at Riverstone near Houston

by Erin

water activies at Riverstone new home community near Houston

Straddling the popular Houston areas of Missouri City and Sugar Land, the master-planned community of Riverstone emphasizes “More.” This up and coming single family home community offers more luxurious home options, more amenities, more neighborhood schools, retailers, and more desirable proximity to Houston’s Metroplex. Spanning 3,800 acres, Riverstone is set to serve around 18,000 inhabitants. Riverstone is proud to be the top-selling Fort Bend County development for Houston area homebuyers.

 

New homebuyers can choose from plans by thirteen of the finest builders in America, featuring open-concept, contemporary interiors with spacious bedrooms, luxury details and upscale finishes. At Riverstone you can suit your budget and your family’s needs: Opt for a tasteful 2,000 square foot single-family home from the mid-$300,000’s, a 4,200 square foot estate home on an oversized lot from the $700,000’s, or a palatial million-dollar custom estate, or anything in between. 

 

Residents enjoy on-site retail giants like CVS and Kroger. Families have a number of pool facilities to choose from offering splash zones, water slides, waterfall features, and relaxing gathering places. A professional fitness technician is available at the fitness center and a tennis ace offers guidance at the lighted tennis courts. Pups enjoy making new friends at the 3.5 acre dog park and exploring the miles of hiking trails that connect the many green spaces and playgrounds. Riverstone’s own Director of Fun is on-site to organize events that build community and keep families engaged. The children of Riverstone attend the acclaimed schools of the Fort Bend ISD; rich in diversity, a commitment to the arts, and academic excellence. 

 

Riverstone is the place to be if you desire “more.” Stop by the Riverstone sales office to learn more about your future Houston home at 18353 University Blvd., Sugar Land, TX 77479.

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