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Highland Homes recently completed their new model home in Bridgeland’s community of Hidden Creek. The stunning home features an entry that leads you to a two-story family room where natural light shines through a wall of windows and opens into the gourmet kitchen. The spacious owner’s retreat features a trendy barn door opening to a spa-like bathroom. The private study features built-in cabinets and upstairs you’ll find a game room and media room.
Highland is an employee owned company, dedicated to providing the best possible homebuilding and home buying experience. Highland’s beautiful series of homes starts from the $380s and their model is open daily for tours.
All homes purchased in Bridgeland between March 20 and May 31 will receive a $2,000 Visa gift card after the home closes. Learn more here!
Bridgeland has added a new level of character to its already popular Lakeland Village Center in Cypress. While tenants continue to move into the community’s first commercial village, this new layer of Texas charm is not simply found on display inside a shop, but is an integral part of the Center’s vision.
Designed to showcase traditional small-town architecture, Lakeland Village Center now includes a series of murals and signage painted over the center’s reddish clay brick. The artwork is distressed to give it a vintage flavor, in a process that artist Anat Ronen calls a ghosting technique. It’s a new feature for the community and one that highlights the unique charm of the center. Read more ›
Bridgeland is a community built on the concept of getting outside and exploring all that it has to offer. Riding a bike is an ideal way to take in the natural beauty in Bridgeland. With that in mind, Bridgeland wants everyone to remain safe as they explore the community.
When it comes to bike safety, It’s never too early to learn the rules of the road. This important lesson was shared with Bridgeland residents earlier this month during the community’s annual picnic.
Lieutenant Mitch Hutter and Deputy Danny Stovall of Harris County Constable Precinct 5 helped the Cypress community launch the Bridgeland Bike Safety Club, designed to teach young children the rules of the road as they bicycle through the community and beyond.
As Bridgeland’s youngest residents looked on, Lt. Hutter and Deputy Stovall presented their safety program, which focused on five main precautions: Read more ›
Bridgeland is excited to congratulate our March Spotlight Realtor of the Month – Sarah Franklin Savard with RE/MAX Grand. Sarah is a 2006 graduate of Texas A&M University and has worked in residential real estate for over 10 years The Franklin Team at RE/MAX Grand. Sarah believes that buying or selling a home is the largest transaction a person will undergo. Her communication and dedication to her clients always facilitates a smooth transaction. Sarah’s awards include RE/MAX 100% Club and Rookie of the Year from RE/MAX Grand.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Sarah and learn a little more about her and the elements that have lead to her success.
What is your favorite thing in your career?
“Purchasing and/or selling a home can be a stressful and grueling process and is typically the biggest expense a family will ever make. The most rewarding part of my career has been guiding people through that taxing journey and fighting to make sure they are neither taken advantage of nor without proper knowledge of the process. I feel like I bring a calming approach to what can be a very nerve racking few weeks, months or sometimes years. There’s no better feeling in my industry than when a closing is complete and the client is fully satisfied with their decision and happily moved into or out of their home.” Read more ›
Mothers around the world rejoice as this weekend is all about you! Deserving of more than one day of recognition a year, Bridgeland is offering two fun events, both open to the public, where you can take mom for food, fun and shopping.
Bridgeland will kick off Mother’s Day weekend with Friday Night Bites at Lakeland Village Center. The festivities will start at 5 p.m. with local food trucks, live music from Cerveza and a performance by the Highflyers Jump Rope Team.
And if that wasn’t enough, Masterchef Junior contestant “Shayne the Train” will provide the Lil Chefs cooking demonstration during this month’s event.
So what’s on tap for food this month? Plenty! Read more ›
Bridgeland is pleased to announce February’s Spotlight Realtor, Alex Rezende. We had the opportunity to sit down with Alex and learn a little bit about him and why he has become a top-selling real estate agent.
Alex is the owner and team leader of RE/MAX Prestige. Alex was born in Brazil and graduated from Humble High School. He received his real estate license in 2008 and thoroughly enjoys being a part of the industry. The words of wisdom Alex chooses to live by were spoken by Jim Rohn – “Don’t wish it was easier wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenge wish for more wisdom.” Read more ›
Jeff Corwin is a world-renown wildlife biologist and conservationist. For years, we’ve watched him explore nature through his enormously popular television shows. We’ve watched him decipher nature’s mysteries while educating and entertaining us. But his own journey didn’t start out that way.
“We lived in the city,” Corwin said. “My dad was a Boston cop. There was no nature. The local bay was polluted. It wasn’t until I was about six years old that we visited relatives that lived in a rural environment. I tumbled in the backyard and found critters in a stone wall and then found a snake in a woodpile. That was my gateway into nature.
“I felt so fulfilled and I enjoyed the challenge of unraveling the mysteries of nature. It was that moment of finding that snake that set me on my course to becoming the person that I am today.”
Which is why the exploration of the natural world is so important to him. And it’s why he’s taking the time out of his busy schedule to headline the 10th Annual Nature Fest at Bridgeland. People, he says, need to be connected to nature. Read more ›