Opportunities to purchase a luxurious Plantation Homes’ design in the intimate, upscale community of Vineyard Creek Estates are dwindling. However, the builder still has home sites and inventory homes available for buyers ready to act quickly.
The 12 elegant designs Plantation offers feature high-end finishes, award-winning architecture and a variety of amenities such as island kitchens, stylish master suites and game rooms. The one- and two-story designs range from 2,092 to 3,614 square feet and are priced from the $410,000s.
Buyers hoping to move in before the New Year can choose from a range of available homes in various stages of construction. Already completed is 4429 Vineyard Creek Drive, featuring hardwood-clad floors, a sweeping “Gone with the Wind” staircase, a private study with triple French doors, a tiered media room, a jewel box breakfast nook surrounded by oversized windows and a deluxe master suite. The four-bedroom home is priced from the $540,000s. Two additional inventory homes are slated for November and March completion.
All Plantation Homes come with a two-year heating-and-cooling cost guarantee, and meet the highest standards of the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes program. Certification through this program requires following stringent mandates to build high-performance homes that use less energy, less water and fewer natural resources, creates less waste, and is healthier and more comfortable for homeowners.
Residents of Vineyard Creek Estates enjoy numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy boating on Lake Grapevine, an 8,000-acre recreational lake surrounded by miles of hiking, biking and Segway trails. Golfers can hit the links at any of three nearby golf courses, and everyone will enjoy Grapevine’s many award-winning festivals.
The community also is zoned to award-winning schools in the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, including Colleyville Heritage High School — ranked No. 55 in the state. The school earned gold level recognition from U.S. News and World Report in 2015 based on state proficiency standards and how well the school prepares students for college. Colleyville Heritage also ranked 263 out of 2,300 high schools across the nation on the Washington Post’s Most Challenging High School List.