This Week in Houston Real Estate: The Woodland Hills adds more homebuilders to its roster

by Rincey Abraham


Gehan Homes and K. Hovanian Homes were added to the list of homebuilders in The Woodland Hills in Conroe, the Houston Chronicle reports. Located 13 miles north of The Woodlands, the 2,000-acre community from the Howard Hughes Corp. broke ground in 2017 and will have 20 neighborhood parks and an extensive bike and trail system. The grand opening is currently scheduled for this spring. 

In other Houston real estate news:

  • Houston-based developer Land Tejas broke ground on its Sierra Vista community this week. The 850-acre development is located near Highway 288 south of Houston and will include homes by Anglia Homes, CastleRock Communities, D.R. Horton and Westin Homes. 
  • The Humble mansion at 8107 St. Michaels Crest Lane underwent major renovations and is on sale for $2.1 million.The home boasts more than 12,000 square feet with eight bedrooms, nine full baths, four half-baths, three wet bars, multimedia and game rooms, full-sized basketball court, putting green and pool with a spa. It was previously listed in 2016 for $2.475 million before being purchased by Emmanuel Niamiah Sanders of the Denver Broncos. The Houston Chronicle has images of the transformation. 
  • Mosaic Residential purchased the 148-unity Club at Stablechase. Located in Houston’s Champions area, the property has one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments that average 1,012 square feet. 

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