Sitterle Homes has started development of Roesner Woods, a 17-homesite enclave in Katy that will feature individually gated homes and properties approximately a third of an acre. Prices will be from the $700,000s.
Sitterle Homes has started work on a new development in Katy, Roesner Woods.
The 17-homesite enclave at Roesner Road and Saddlehorn Lane will feature properties that are about a third of an acre and each individually gated. Prices will be from the $700,000s.
“Roesner Woods is nestled in the heart of the Katy school district and has oversized properties for this area with homesites averaging 80 feet by 175 feet rather than the typical 80 feet by 130 feet,” said Steve Van Hofe, partner and Houston division president of Sitterle Homes. “Plus, because there is an established municipal utility district, taxes are significantly lower than in other communities.”
Roesner Woods will mark the first introduction of Sitterle’s estate home product to the Houston market. Six designs will be offered, including three one-story plans from 3,390 to 3,520 square feet and three two-story designs from 4,052 to 4,704 square feet, each plan has extensive structural options that can be selected. The plans feature courtyard and verandah outdoor spaces, expansive kitchen islands open to the family great room, three- and four-car garages, wine grottos and rotunda entries.
Katy schools serving Roesner Woods include Rylander Elementary, Cinco Junior High and Cinco Ranch High School. Roesner Woods has access to Interstate 10 and the Grand Parkway, as well as Katy Mills Mall, shopping and dining at LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch and several golf courses.
Celebrating 50 years of homebuilding in Texas, San Antonio-based Sitterle Homes entered the Houston market in March 2013 and now builds luxury garden homes in three developments: Riverstone, Cross Creek Ranch and Imperial.
Von Hofe said the builder is nearly sold out in its first community, Riverstone. Roesner Woods will be Sitterle Homes’ fourth community and its first self-development project in the region. For more information, visit www.sitterlehomes.com.
Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle