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MAGNOLIA NEW HOME COMMUNITIES

2ND MID QUARTER 2024

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ZIP CODECOMMUNITYBUILDER
77354Audobon 60’sSitterle Homes ★
77354Audobon 80’sSitterle Homes ★
77354AudubonEmpire Communities ★
77354AudubonNewmark Homes
77354AudubonSmith Douglas Homes
77354Audubon 40’sAnglia Homes
77354Audubon 45’sDavid Weekley Homes
77354Audubon 45’sPerry Homes
77354Audubon 50’sAnglia Homes
77354Audubon 60’sPerry Homes
77354Audubon 60’sRavenna Homes
77354Audubon 70’sDrees Custom Homes
77354Audubon 70’sPerry Homes
77354Audubon 80’sDrees Custom Homes
77354Butler’s BendD.R. Horton
77355Decker FarmsCentex Homes
77355Emory GlenChesmar Homes
77355Emory GlenEmpire Communities ★
77355Emory GlenHighland Homes ★
77354Enclave at DobbinSaratoga Homes
77384EscondidoCoventry Homes ★
77354Escondido 45’sDavid Weekley Homes
77384Escondido 45’sPerry Homes
77354Escondido 50’sDavid Weekley Homes
77384Escondido 50’sPerry Homes
77354Escondido 60’sDavid Weekley Homes
77355Glen OaksCastleRock Communities
77355Glen OaksK. Hovnanian Homes
77355Grand PinesD.R. Horton – Express Homes
77316Kresston 40’sHighland Homes ★
77316Kresston 40’sWestin Homes (Coming Soon)
77316Kresston 55’sHighland Homes ★
77316Kresston 65’sWestin Homes (Coming Soon)
77354Lakes at Black OakCentury Communities
77354Lakes at Black OakDavidson Homes
77354Lakes at Black OakRausch Coleman Homes
77354Magnolia PlaceMeritage Homes ★
77354Magnolia RidgeLennar
77354Magnolia RidgeM/I Homes
77354Magnolia RidgeRausch Coleman Homes
77316Magnolia SpringsRausch Coleman Homes
77354Mill CreekD.R. Horton – Express Homes
77354Mill Creek TrailsColina Homes
77354Mill Creek TrailsSmith Douglas Homes
77354Mostyn Manor ReserveBrightland Homes ★
77354Mostyn SpringsBrightland Homes ★
77354Mustang RidgeKB Home
77354Myrtle GardensCentex Homes
77354NorthGroveChesmar Homes
77354NorthGroveHighland Homes ★
77354NorthGroveToll Brothers ★
77354NorthGrove 50’sPerry Homes
77354NorthGrove 65’sPerry Homes
77316Ridgelake ShoresGracepoint Homes (Coming Soon)
77355Rosehill LakePulte Homes
77354Timber HollowBeazer Homes
77354Windmill EstatesDavidson Homes

Magnolia: More Than a Scenic Small Town

About an hour northwest of Houston is the little city of Magnolia, about 4.5 square miles in area. Its last population on record was just over 2,000 residents, but Magnolia’s economy and community are on the rise. Homebuyers searching for small town charm in a growing town will find it in Magnolia.

Named for the magnolia trees in the area, this beautiful little city has a lot to offer. It was recognized as a “scenic city” by Scenic Texas in 2015. Scenic Texas recognizes cities in Texas for their dedication to high-quality standards in public spaces and roadways. Since Magnolia is expected to undergo change over the next 20 years, homebuyers will feel secure knowing that the growth will be thoughtful and well-planned, while still maintaining that iconic small town charm.Named for the magnolia trees in the area, this beautiful little city has a lot to offer. It was recognized as a “scenic city” by Scenic Texas in 2015. Scenic Texas recognizes cities in Texas for their dedication to high-quality standards in public spaces and roadways. Since Magnolia is expected to undergo change over the next 20 years, homebuyers will feel secure knowing that the growth will be thoughtful and well-planned, while still maintaining that iconic small town charm.

Historic Depot Complex / cityofmagnolia.com

Rancho Grande Bar and Grill / tripadvisor.com

Small Town, Big Amenities

Though it is a small town, residents have plenty to see and do. In the heart of Magnolia lies Lone Pint Brewery, an eco-conscious brewery that specializes in hoppy ales in a neighborhood setting. Just down the road is 50s-style restaurant Magnolia Diner, where the whole family can enjoy breakfast or burgers in a retro atmosphere. Rancho Grande Bar and Grill, a lively Tex-Mex cantina, is a little further west.

Farmer’s Market on Tamina / byjoandco.com

Craft Beer from Lone Pint Brewery / beerchronicle.com

High Meadow Ranch Golf Club / golfadvisor.com

When the weather is nice, homebuyers can bring the family to Unity Park. The 30-acre park and wildlife reserve has a splash pad, skateboarding park, playgrounds, and trails. It also hosts community events like concerts and festivals. Heading downtown? The Historic Magnolia Depot is open most weekends with free admission. The family can enjoy The Stroll afterward, a shaded pedestrian walkway featuring public art, street arbors, and businesses along the way. For those heading out of downtown, Farmer’s Market on Tamina in east Magnolia is worth a look. This family-friendly market is held every Saturday and boasts up to 50 vendors specializing in baked goods, artisanal foods, beverages, crafts, and more.

Homebuyers will also enjoy the conveniences available in Magnolia. Brookshire Brothers grocery store and Walgreens are located off Magnolia Blvd, as well as the post office and Magnolia Hardware & Supply. Daycares and schools in the Magnolia Independent School District are centrally located as well.

If your clients are looking to be a part of a small yet growing community, take them on a tour of Magnolia today! Many new homes are being built in the area, so your clients are sure to find their dream home in Magnolia.

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