Your Dream Home, Not Someone Else's

The first question you should ask yourself when trying to decide between an older home and a newly constructed one is, whose dream home will you be living in? Yours or someone else's? Every older home reflects the hopes and dreams of the previous owners — sometimes many of them, depending on how many times the home has been re-sold. That brown and gold granite countertop might have been the height of fashion five years ago, but now? What were they thinking? That Berber carpet was beautiful. Once. Did someone really decide that turning a bedroom into a make-shift home office was better than opting for a study when the home was being built? In other words, why settle for someone else's choices when you can make your own? With a new, build-to-order home, you can choose everything from a floor plan that meets your family's needs to the style of cabinets and countertops you want. While you're at it, you can opt to turn that fourth bedroom into a study or add a media room. Your new home will reflect your own personal tastes and lifestyle. Our family of home builders — including Gehan Homes, Westin Homes, Saratoga Homes and Chesmar Homes — allow you to make those choices by offering a dazzling array of floor plans, options and upgrades with prices starting from the $200s. You also may find that many of the items on your list that were upgrades five years ago come standard now, giving you the flexibility to customize your new home even more. And upgrade options for flooring, counters and light fixtures are now so vast it's easy to find something that reflects your personality. In addition, choosing one of our builders means your new home will be in Woodridge Forest, giving you access to on-site schools such as Woodridge Forest Middle School and St. Martha Catholic School plus all of our resort-style amenities including our pool, clubhouse and stocked fishing ponds as well as access to the Kingwood Service Association with 16 more pools and 75 miles of trails. Buying a home is one of the most important decisions you can make — don't live someone else's dream, live your own in Woodridge Forest.