Buyers may choose their 1-3 acre homesite, bring their own builder, and build at their leisure in Longmire Creek Estates.
Due to the strong demand for acreage with easy access to Lake Conroe, only 30 prime acreage homesites remain for sale in the scenic community of Longmire Creek Estates, a Signorelli Community. Centrally located just minutes from Lake Conroe, I-45 and The Woodlands in Montgomery County, Longmire Creek Estates features beautiful rolling terrain, miles of hiking and biking trails, spring-fed streams and stately 100-year-old oak trees.
"We are catering to buyers who want to build their dream home on beautiful acreage in the prestigious Longmire corridor, just two minutes from Lake Conroe," said Daniel Signorelli, President and CEO of The Signorelli Company. "This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to live just around the corner from all conveniences of city life, yet have the privacy and open spaces that only wooded acreage can provide. Plus, our buyers have the freedom to choose their own builder and build in their own time frame, while taking advantage of incredible pre-development pricing."
Incentives are being offered for a limited time that make the purchase of a homesite even more appealing. Buyers can select their homesite now, saving up to 20% during the pre-development phase, choose their own custom builder, and build at their leisure. Longmire Creek Estates is a deed-restricted community that also features comparatively low tax rates and excellent Lake Conroe area schools in the Willis ISD.
Residents enjoy fishing, miles of nature trails, abundant wildlife, rolling terrain and hilltop bluffs that provide privacy and an elegant setting for estate homes. Acreage homesites are priced from the $80,000s. Land owners can buy now and build later and may choose their own custom builder when they are ready.
Lake Conroe is a paradise for water enthusiasts with 20,118 acres of surface area. Its pristine waters are fully stocked with fish such as largemouth bass, bluegill, channel catfish and white and hybrid striped bass. Water and jet skiing, boating and dining at lakeside restaurants are other fun activities for families to enjoy on Lake Conroe.
In addition to affording residents privacy and beautiful scenery, Longmire Creek Estates is also convenient to abundant shopping, dining and parks, plus nearby Historic Downtown Conroe with shopping, theaters and festivals. The community is minutes from popular golf courses including West Fork Golf & Country Club, The Village Golf Club and Walden on Lake Conroe Golf Club. John Burge Park, a 39-acre greenspace, features a large pavilion for group functions, picnic areas, and an outdoor learning center with amphitheater style seating, a playground, and a mile-long trail system.
To schedule an appointment to tour the property, call 844-321-LAND (5263) and visit longmireestates.com for more information.
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