A NEW TRADITIONAL NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT IN THE WOODLANDS
New Home Sales Now Underway
Development and new home building are well underway in the 120-acre neighborhood of Liberty Branch in The Woodlands’ Village of Creekside Park.
Liberty Branch is a traditional neighborhood design (TND) development, a complete neighborhood built upon traditional town planning principles. A TND includes a range of housing types, a network of well-connected, tree-lined streets, and public spaces within walking distance of schools, shopping, dining and recreation.
Liberty Branch is within close proximity to Timber Creek K-6 Elementary School, part of the Tomball ISD, and the new Creekside Park Village Center will feature a pedestrian and family-friendly village green with a sprayground, restaurant, shops and services. An H-E-B grocery store, Walgreens drug store, several banks and Primrose School have signed on to be part of Creekside Park Village Center. Liberty Branch also includes two parks – Liberty Square Park and Rockwell Square Park. Both parks feature unique and nostalgic design elements that harken back to simpler times, such as a town square in Liberty Square Park and a pavilion modeled after a one-room schoolhouse in Rockwell Square Park.
Four homebuilding companies have contracted to purchase all 400 lots in the new neighborhood including David Weekley Homes, 137 lots; Coventry Homes, a division of McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc., 136 lots; Palmetto Homes, 84 lots; and J. Kyle Homes, LLC, 43 lots. Sales offices are now open.
“The opening of model homes in Liberty Branch has been eagerly anticipated,” said Tim Welbes, Co-President of The Woodlands Development Company. “Traditional neighborhood design, with its All-American streetscapes and walkable green spaces, has been extremely popular in The Woodlands’ lakeside community of East Shore, and we are anxious to create this experience at Liberty Branch in the Village of Creekside Park. “
David Weekley Homes features three different home styles in five different sections in Liberty Branch, with prices ranging from the $500s - $900s. Three model homes will display these traditional neighborhood designs. David Weekley Homes is a national leader in TND home design with experience in multiple projects in multiple states.
Coventry Homes plans to open two models homes in Liberty Branch. The homes will have features that are typical of traditional neighborhood design including oversized porches, traditional elevations, wood flooring, three-car garages, butler’s pantries, mother-in-law suites, covered rear porches, patios and outdoor kitchens. Prices will range from the $400s - $900s.
Palmetto Homes plans to open four models for touring in October. Of the 84 lots Palmetto has contracted to purchase, 33 will be townhomes and 51 will be attached patio homes. Homes are priced from the $270s.
J. Kyle Homes plans to open a model home soon. Forty-three single-family homes are planned by J. Kyle, priced from the $400s to the high $500s. There will be a variety of home styles including Craftsman, Classic American and English Tudor with many optional features such as outdoor kitchens, wet bars, Thermador kitchens, sunken whirlpool tubs and three-car garages.
For more information about Liberty Branch in the Village of Creekside Park, visit The Woodlands Homefinder Center, located at 2000 Woodlands Parkway, or call 281-719-6333.
The featured photo shown is representative of the streetscapes planned for Liberty Branch.