Coventry Homes in Veranda are selling fast, limiting the opportunities for homebuyers to move to Richmond.
“Last year was a strong year for us and this year is no different,” said Paul Blackburn, region president for McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc., (MHI), parent company of Coventry Homes, in a press release. “Our homes in Veranda have really resonated with homebuyers. With our flexible floor plans, they can get exactly the home they want at an affordable price located in a spectacular Fort Bend community.”
Coventry builds in two sections of the 710-acre Johnson Development master-planned community, located at Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 in Richmond.
Veranda’s 45-foot lots, priced from the $300,000s, have been especially popular and only a handful remain. Of these lots, Coventry buyers can choose from nine floor plans ranging from 1,614 to 2,555 square feet. The homes feature open floor plans, game rooms, island kitchens and two-garage garages. Buyers can also choose from such options as playrooms, bowed windows, alternate bathroom combinations and covered patios.
Coventry has also seen a rising interest for homes built on 65-foot homesites, according to Blackburn. These homes are priced from the upper $400,000s and offer large primary suites, formal dining rooms, home offices, game rooms, covered patios and three-car garages. Upgrades include Texas-sized patios, linear fireplaces, sliding glass patio doors and freestanding tubs.
Veranda is featured this month in Johnson Development’s annual “Best of the ‘Burbs” home tour and will feature 14 model homes.