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Inventory Intel: Ashton Woods to open master-planned community; Tuscan Lakes nears closeout

by Kerrie Kennedy

Houston homebuilder Ashton Woods, in partnership with developer Land Tejas, have announced the opening of master-planned community Sierra Vista.

Featuring 80 homesites and five different floorplans, the three- to four-bedroom, three-bath homes ranging from 1,545 to 2,415 square feet. Home plans include two-car garages, flex spaces for home offices, and entertainment options such as game rooms and covered patios.

Homeowners can also utilize professional design expertise provided by The Studio by Ashton Woods, which pairs homeowners with designers.

The gated community features a 29-acre “amenity village,” which includes a clubhouse with a fitness center, snack bar, grotto, resort-style pool with cabana, kid’s area, and paddle board and kayak launch.

Located 20 minutes from downtown Houston in Iowa Colony in the Alvin independent school district, homes in Sierra Vista start in the mid $200,000s.

For more information visit https://www.ashtonwoods.com/houston

Tuscan Lakes finalizes sales

Just over 15 years from when Johnson Development broke ground on the 875-acre Tuscan Lakes, the League City community is nearing the end of its development cycle with only 10 homes remaining.

Westin Homes is the remaining builder in the community, which opened in 2005. Remaining homes range in price from the $350,000s to more than $660,000. 

“It’s been rewarding to navigate the development of this project from its inception to today,” said Tuscan Lakes General Manager Bob Douglas in a press release. “What started as a concept rooted in the European countryside is now a thriving hometown for residents, businesses and more.”

  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of League City was 60,795 in 2005, the year Johnson Development broke ground in Tuscan Lakes. In 2016, population numbers stood at 106,244, with more than 1,800 families in Tuscan Lakes alone.

Approximately 225 acres in the Italian-themed community are dedicated to lakes and open space, featuring trees and plants indigenous to the Tuscany region.

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