J. Patrick Homes Captures 3 Design Awards

J. Patrick Homes Captures 3 Design Awards at GHBA Prisms




Houston homebuilder J. Patrick Homes won three awards for home design in the Houston’s Best PRISM Awards hosted recently by the Greater Houston Builders Association.

 

Two awards were for model homes in Richmond’s Aliana community. The Big Bend Plan — part of J. Patrick Homes’ Nuvo Vista plan lineup — won the trophy for Volume Builder Product Design $500,000 to $600,000. The Big Bend’s modern elevation is one of 10 Nuvo Vista plans that J. Patrick Homes offers. The 3,791-square-foot design offers four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, a game room, media room and island kitchen. Generous options include a spice kitchen and an outdoor kitchen. It is base priced in the $530,000s.

 

“The Big Bend floor plan demonstrates the flexibility we offer as a semi-custom builder,” said Tim Drone, Executive Vice President of J. Patrick Homes. “We take customer feedback and work closely with architects to build a home from the ground up that answers many home buyer needs but still allows for easy customizations.”

 

J. Patrick’s Kensington model home in Aliana took the prize for Volume Builder Outdoor Living Space over $400,000.

 

“This expansive covered patio features multiple sitting areas, a fireplace, kitchen and pergola,” Drone said. “It really extends the home’s living space.”

 

Pricing on the Kensington starts in the $670,000s.

 

Finally, J. Patrick Homes won the Houston’s Best PRISM Award for Volume Builder Bath for its Amherst model home in Harper’s Preserve in Conroe. The master bath features a “car wash” shower with multiple shower heads and a glass wall separating the shower from the jetted bathtub. The Amherst floor plan is priced from the $590,000s.

 

J. Patrick Homes also was a finalist in six other categories: Volume Builder Product Design $600,000+, Volume Builder Bedroom, Volume Builder Interior Merchandising for a Model Home $600,000+, Volume Builder Interior Merchandising for a Model Home $500,000 to $600,000, Volume Builder Interior Merchandising for a Model Home $350,000 to $400,000 and Volume Builder Outdoor Living Space under $400,000.

 

“The Houston’s Best PRISM Awards gets more competitive every year,” Drone said. “It was an honor to be recognized so many times among such an elite crowd of real estate professionals.”

 

J. Patrick Homes builds in 10 communities around Houston, most recently opening a model home in Artavia in Conroe.


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Master-planned Artavia’s model home village now open

Master-planned Artavia’s Model Home Village Now Open

Artavia, a 2,200-acre master-planned community in the Montgomery County/Conroe area has opened its model home village to the public and features 10 model homes including J. Patrick Homes.

“We wanted home shoppers to have the opportunity to see and experience the broad range of housing styles and options that are available all in one location,” said Travis Stone, president of AIRIA Development Company, the developer of Artavia. “Buyers will find a wide variety of floor plans and home sizes that meet the growing demands in the area, from first-time buyers to empty nesters.” The model home village is nestled along towering pine trees in a picturesque natural setting.

Phase 1 of Artavia consists of 458 homes with prices ranging from the $240,000s to the $500,000s. The community offers 50- to 70-foot lot sizes and floor plans from 1,600 to 4,600 square feet.

At the heart of Artavia will be a 13-acre community complex including a 5-acre lake with paddleboats and a kayak launch area. The complex is being developed to include a contemporary-style clubhouse featuring a 24-hour fitness center, cafe, and gathering spaces. Surrounding it are intended to be thoughtfully designed areas promoting imaginative play, outdoor living and an active lifestyle.

Regularly scheduled events, classes and activities will be facilitated by a community lifestyle manager, creating a community that encourages residents to live colorfully by connecting with the outdoors, bonding with neighbors and forming lasting memories.

Artavia is located north of Grand Parkway, midway between I-45 and U.S. 59, and east of FM 1314 on Texas 242. The development will bring approximately 5,200 homes to the area, and plans currently include over 120 acres of mixed-use, commercial and retail properties. Students living in Artavia will attend Conroe ISD schools.

With its convenient location, Artavia will afford access to a list of employment, medical, retail and recreation destinations. For more information, directions and updates, visit artaviatx.com.

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Aliana Opens Seven New Sections

Aliana community opens seven new sections

Aliana, a master-planned community by Airia Development Co. in Richmond, has opened seven new sections as the community closes in on filling the remaining 1,000 lots with homes.

Houses in the new section are priced from about $270,000 to more than $900,000, according to the developer. The builders are Ashton Woods, Coventry Homes, Highland Homes, J. Patrick Homes, Lennar, Meritage Homes, Partners in Building, Perry Homes, Plantation Homes and Village Builders.

To date, nearly 3,200 homes have been sold in Aliana, a 2,000-acre community off the Grand Parkway at West Airport Boulevard, between U.S. 59 and Interstate 10.

Aliana reported 430 new homes in 2018, making it the fifth most active community in Texas for new home sales last year, according ranking by consulting firms RCLCO and John Burns Real Estate Consulting.

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ARTAVIA Teams Up with San Jacinto Elementary School for Bright Futures

ARTAVIA Teams Up with San Jacinto Elementary School for Bright Futures

ARTAVIA, a 2,200-acre master-planned community in the Montgomery County/Conroe area, announced today it has teamed up with San Jacinto Elementary School, kicking off a Bright Futures campaign to encourage reading with a donation of 710 books totaling $9,000 to San Jacinto Elementary School Library.

“We wanted to find a meaningful way to give back to the community and after meeting with Conroe ISD and the school, it was clear that the biggest impact we could make was to donate a book representing one for every child,” said Linda Kilgore, Marketing Director for AIRIA Development Company, the developer of ARTAVIA. “Reading is where children find their voice and imagination and we are thrilled to help them on their journey to Bright Futures one book at a time.”

At the school’s annual Book Fair, ARTAVIA presented a check to San Jacinto principal Jamie Almond. As a treat, ARTAVIA gave each child a colorful t-shirt as an encouragement to read.

“We are so thankful to have ARTAVIA support San Jacinto Elementary and we look forward to the continued partnership between our school and ARTAVIA,” said Jamie Almond, Principal of San Jacinto Elementary. “The donation of books provided by ARTAVIA will enrich our library and expand the literary options available for our San Jacinto Suns. Our students and staff are excited about the books and look forward to exploring different adventures through literature.”

Students living in ARTAVIA will attend the highly sought-after Conroe Independent School District, considered to be a destination district with significant growth. The community is currently planned to accommodate future Conroe ISD expansion with an on-site future school. Conroe ISD is estimated to grow to 76,000 students by 2028.

ARTAVIA is located north of the Grand Parkway, midway between I-45 and US 59, and south of SH 242. Homes in Phase I are expected to range in price from the $240,000s to the $500,000s. The development will bring approximately 5,200 homes to the area, and plans currently include over 120 acres of mixed-use, commercial and retail properties. The build out value is estimated to be $2.4 billion.

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