Waco housing impacted by D.R. Horton and StylecraftWaco housing impacted by D.R. Horton and Stylecrafthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=61642013-10-03T10:00:00Z2013-10-02T00:00:00Z

WACO - D.R. Horton entered the Greater Waco market in 2005 and continues to dominate the local construction scene — though College Station-based Stylecraft Homes is also making an impact in the local housing market.

D.R. Horton has secured 856 permits to build homes in its Sendero Springs, White Wing and Willow Bend subdivisions through August 31 and received an additional 14 building permits in September for more work in Sendero Springs.

The company has focused on China Spring, northeast of Lake Waco, where White Wing and Willow Bend have flourished. The homes listed range from 1,602 to 3,365 sf, and from $145,445 to $299,564.

Sendero Springs, meanwhile, is taking shape in southwest Waco. The subdivision list 16 homes marked between $149,838 and $197,672.

Stylecraft, on the other hand, has spread its wealth to include homes in Woodway’s Badger Ranch subdivision, Bethany View Estates in Lorena, Stoneridge in Hewitt and Indian Trails in McGregor.

The company has sold 160 homes in the Center Pointe community of China Spring, and has launched construction of nine new homes on 160 sites in its Brentwood subdivision near Center Pointe.

Stylecraft also plans a 176-site subdivision called South Fork on Loop 340 near La Vega High School in Bellmead. Prices on the homes range from $125,000 to $360,000.

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