Audubon Moves Into 2nd Phase With New Builders
HOUSTON, TX (Dec. 3, 2021) – With model homes only open since March, Audubon is moving into its second phase as Drees Custom Homes and Perry Homes recently started sales in Audubon Park followed soon by Empire Communities.
Perry Homes will be offering designs for 60- and 70-foot wide homesites, and Drees will have homes designed for 70-foot wide homesites. Initially, the two builders will have 60 homesites available. Perry’s pricing will start in the low $500,000s and Drees’ from the $550,000s.
This month, Empire Communities will join Drees and Perry in Audubon Park. Empire will offer floor plans for 60-foot wide homesites on an initial 33 additional homesites.
Anglia Homes and Devon Street Homes have opened four model homes in Audubon, selling designs priced from the $240,000s on 40- and 50-foot homesites. Homes in Audubon feature “transitional” architectural elevations, with exterior material choices designed to complement the homes’ natural surroundings. Plus, all Audubon homeowners enjoy front yard maintenance that is included in their annual homeowner association dues.
Earlier this year, Audubon announced that Magnolia Independent School District had purchased a 14-acre tract in the heart of the community along Audubon Parkway for Audubon Elementary School. The district has not yet set a construction date.
Audubon’s new Screech Park, offering a play structure, swings, bench seating, activity lawns, trails and a Screech Owl habitat, is now open for residents and their guests
Future amenities will include more trails, parks, ponds, a clubhouse, resort-style pool, children’s pool, covered pavilions and a food truck park. The community will also feature open spaces and forested environments.
Audubon’s master plan dedicates approximately 550 acres for mixed-use development, including retail, dining and other offerings. The 3,000-acre community rests in the City of Magnolia’s extra-territorial jurisdiction just west of The Woodlands near the intersection of the State Highway 249 toll road and FM 1488.
Learn more at audubonliving.com.