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New Luxury Neighborhood in Katy

Sitterle Homes, a San Antonio home building company, has announced plans to build a new luxury housing community in Katy. They will break ground in September at the intersection of Roesner Road and Saddlehorn Lane. The new development, called Roesner Woods, will have 17 houses, individually gated, on a third of an acre each.

Houston division president of Sitterle Homes, Steve Von Hofe, says that the community is nestled in the  middle of Katy’s school district and will have above average property sizes. Katy also has an established municipal utility district which makes the taxes much lower for the community.

The homes will come in six different designs — 6 one-story designs and 6 two-story designs. The house will range from 3,400 – 4,700 square feet. Houses will have courtyards, wine cellars, expansive kitchens, and many other amenities.

Sitterle Homes operates against the new trend developing in housing development. Today, houses are getting smaller and smaller, but not Sitterle’s. Despite the growing trend, Sitterle still is very successful in the Houston market. Since arriving in Houston in March of 2013, it has built in several developments in the area, including Riverstone. Riverstone was the highest ranked Houston community on a national list that ranked housing communities based on the number of homes sold by mid-year. Even though they operate against the trend, their homes are still a hot commodity as many of the communities they are building in are selling out.

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