Darling Homes and Taylor Morrison are building residences in two of the newest neighborhoods in the Village of Creekside Park in The Woodlands. With energy-efficiency at the core of their latest designs, Darling Homes is building new single-family and patio homes in the enclave of Smooth Stream, while Taylor Morrison presents its new single-family residences in Shumard Oak.
Darling Homes offers luxury patio living in Smooth Stream with homes priced from the $590,000s. Large gourmet kitchens with granite countertops, extensive courtyards, and covered porches and patios add to the charm of these homes. Secluded master suites, amenities, a three-car garages and a guest casita are highlights. Distinctive one- and two-story single-family homes are also available from Darling Homes, ranging in size from 2,391 to 3,133 square feet. Residences include three- to four-bedrooms, two- to four baths with a half bath and two- to three-car garages, priced from the $420,000s.
Taylor Morrison presents its Villa Series in Shumard Oak which will include one- and two story-homes, ranging from 2,238 to 2,952 square feet priced from the $330,000s. Large common areas and secluded master suites are features within these three- to four-bedroom homes.
Both Smooth Stream and Shumard Oak feature a neighborhood park with a pond.
“We are excited to partner with Darling Homes and Taylor Morrison who are offering a variety of new and refined home choices in Smooth Stream and Shumard Oak in the Village of Creekside Park,” said Heath Melton, Senior Vice President of Master Planned Communities, Residential Development for The Howard Hughes Corporation. “Creekside Park continues to be a popular and convenient area of The Woodlands.”
The Creekside Park Village Center is home to a diverse array of retailers and restaurants anchored by H-E-B and the scenic tree-lined, Creekside Park Village Green with a water splash pad. Within the village center is the future Creekside Park West, anchored by Moviehouse & Eatery® with shopping and dining planned.
Creekside Park is also home to the award-winning George Mitchell Nature Preserve and Rob Fleming Park as well as stellar Tomball ISD schools and Lone Star College – Creekside Center.