Sundance Cove: new master-planned community in East Houston

Posted by Luis Tamborrel on Friday, March 4th, 2016 at 11:52am.

Sundance Cove is a new master-planned community under development in Houston, Texas, just off Foley Road, east of Lake Houston. This new community is a joint venture between California-based Madison Development LLC and Texas-based White & Bolin Construction Inc.

The community, which will be located along the east shoreline of Lake Houston, is located just 30 and 40 minutes away from the George Bush Intercontinental Airport and downtown Houston, respectively.

When completed, there will be approximately 1,200 homes in Sundance Cove, with prices ranging between $200,000 and $400,000, on 140 acres. Ground is expected to be broken this summer and the first homes should be delivered during the third quarter of 2017.

The first phase will consist of 450 homes priced around $200,000 to $250,000. Developers have been in discussions with three homebuilders -Lennar, D.R. Horton and Meritage Homes- to build this first phase.

Sundance Cove will feature a clubhouse by the lake, styled like a rustic Texas lodge, with a resident boat dock, children’s playground and pool, infinity edge pool, outdoor and indoor meeting spaces with a patio deck, fire pit and outdoor kitchen. Residents will also enjoy miles of trails, parks with playgrounds, splash pads, waterfalls and pavilions and private boat slips. The community will offer 4,500 feet of lakefront space and 6,000 feet of creeks. Each neighborhood will be surrounded by 50 to 70 feet of trees.

The community will be located within the Crosby Independent School District and developers are working with it to build an elementary school on site.

For more information about Sundance Cove and homes for sale in the northeastern Houston area don’t hesitate to contact Tamborrel Properties at (832) 482-9367. Our multi-awarded team of realtors will gladly help you find the perfect home in Houston, Texas for you and your family. Call us today!

Source: Houston Business Journal

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