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Johnson Development’s “Best of the ‘Burbs” home tour continues into May

by Alsha Khan

Johnson Development has extended its annual “Best of the ‘Burbs” home tour by a second month to meet the high interest in new homes and maintain social distancing, according to a press release. 

Best of the Burbs Home Tour Drees. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Thirteen communities are participating in the tour, with home prices ranging from the $200,000s to more than $1 million. 

Over 120 new model homes will be open to potential homebuyers across the Houston region from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. Admission is free, and the homes can also be toured virtually on the tour’s website

There would also usually be 500 available homes to tour in the spring, but homes are selling at lightning speed and inventory remains low. Thus, participants are only able to tour 200 available homes this year, according to Christen Johnson, senior vice president of marketing for Johnson Development. 

The developer is also giving out scratch-off tickets to incentivize home tourists to tour more homes, with one registration per model per family each day. 

“We’ve added in this second month because interest in new homes is so strong right now,” Johnson said in the release. “New-home sales are up 66.8% nationwide, and we’re certainly seeing similar demand at our communities. Having the home tour open two months accommodates social distancing and gives prospective buyers the opportunity to meet with a sales representative one-on-one.”

Communities participating in the tour include:

Amira in Tomball 

  • Size: 70 acres 
  • Location: Tomball, just north of the Grand Parkway
  • Number of model homes: 7

Candela in Richmond 

  • Size: 460 acres 
  • Location: Richmond, along FM 359 about a mile south of the Westpark Tollway
  • Number of model homes: 9

Cross Creek Highland Model. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear 

  • Size: 3,200 acres 
  • Location: Fulshear, minutes west of the Grand Parkway off of FM 1093
  • Number of model homes: 20

Edgewater in Webster 

  • Size: 538 acres 
  • Location: Clear Creek in Webster, minutes from Interstate 45
  • Number of model homes: 3 (coming soon)

Grand Central Park Model. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Grand Central Park in Conroe

  • Size: 2,046 acres 
  • Location: Conroe, right off Interstate 45
  • Number of model homes: 10

Harvest Green in Richmond

  • Size: 1,300 acres 
  • Location: Richmond, with easy access to Sugar Land and Katy 
  • Number of model homes: 3

Imperial Darling Model. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Imperial in Sugar Land

  • Size: 720 acres 
  • Location: Sugar Land, surrounding the historical Imperial Sugar Company refinery 
  • Number of model homes: 1

Jordan Ranch in Fulshear

  • Size: 1,350 acres 
  • Location: Fulshear, located one mile south of Interstate 10 and a few miles west of the Grand Parkway
  • Number of model homes: 9

Riverstone in Fort Bend 

  • Size: 3,860 acres 
  • Location: Fort Bend County just minutes from U.S. 59 and the Fort Bend Parkway
  • Number of model homes: 2

Sienna Highland Model. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Sienna in Missouri City

  • Size: 10,800 acres 
  • Location: along Highway 6 in Fort Bend County
  • Number of model homes: 23

Veranda in Richmond

  • Size: 710 acres 
  • Location: Richmond, near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59
  • Number of model homes: 14

Willow Creek Farms in Brookshire

  • Size: 600 acres 
  • Location: Brookshire, just south of Interstate 10 and west of Katy 
  • Number of model homes: 2

Woodforest Model. Photo courtesy of Johnson Development.

Woodforest in Montgomery 

  • Size: 3,000 acres 
  • Location: Seven miles west of Interstate 45 in South Montgomery County
  • Number of model homes: 21

 

 

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