Coventry Homes is expanding its developments in both north and south Houston. The builder has started home sales in Mandola Farms in the Richmond area and is set to begin building The Highlands, a new master-planned community in Porter, according to two separate press releases.
Mandola Farms is priced from the mid $300,000s and has 13 floor plans ranging from 1,752 to 3,397 square feet. The homes will be built on 55-foot homesites and will meet the standards outlined in the Environments for Living Program, certifying energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
“Mandola Farms offers a great location, family-friendly amenities and lots of natural beauty,” said Paul Blackburn, region president for McGuyer Homebuilders Inc., parent company of Coventry Homes. The Richmond community is on the south side of U.S. 90 near Grand Parkway.
The Highlands will be priced from the low $300,000s, and although floor plans have not been released yet, the homes will be built on 45- and 60-foot homesites. A model home will open later this year.
“The Highlands is poised to be one of the most desirable places to live in Montgomery County,” Blackburn said.
The new community is the farthest northeast that Coventry Homes has built in the Houston area and will cover 2,310 acres. The location provides easy access to Highway 59, Grand Parkway and Interstate 45 and is in close proximity to The Woodlands, Spring and New Caney.
Caldwell Companies, which has several other communities dispersed throughout Houston (including Towne Lake in Cypress), is developing The Highlands.