When folks think of Texas, cowboys and deserts may come to mind. Sure, Texas has both, but it’s a big state and there’s plenty of wooded areas to call home, too.
With so many different influences, Texas homes are unique and never boring. The Fontaine plan by David Weekley Homes, for example, is an homage to the many and varied regions of Texas, offering exteriors that can only be described as “Texas chic.”
Inside, the home lives large with spaces for every need. First, a lower-level owner’s retreat provides privacy for much-needed rest. The spacious suite sits next to the home’s equally spacious family room. A flex space near the front of the house can be used as a study or as guest suite. Upstairs, a bonus room is where adults or kids can enjoy a good movie or game night.
Living in Grand Central Park
As the name implies, this master-planned new-home community is quite large — home sites in this 2,000-acre community are 55-feet wide, which gives homeowners plenty of space and privacy.
Close to Houston and The Woodlands, residents have plenty to choose from when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Outdoor recreation is nearby, too, as the community is near WG Jones State Forest and Lake Conroe. Residents have Town Center and the future 336 Marketplace for shopping and dining, so they don’t have to venture far from home. Parks and nature trails keep residents active and provide a natural respite.
Want to see more photos of this beautiful home? You can learn more about the Fontaine Plan, the Grand Central Park community where it’s located, and see more homes by David Weekley Homes on NewHomeSource.