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From the Low $400s

Coventry Homes is the signature brand of McGuyer Homebuilders, Inc. (MHI), which has built more than 55,000 homes in the four major Texas markets – Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin and San Antonio – since 1988 and is consistently ranked among the nation’s top homebuilders. Stunning homes coupled with unparalleled functionality and livability are trademarks of Coventry Homes’ exceptional award-winning designs. Adding to that excellence in craftsmanship is a reputation for flexibility to easily meet buyer needs, as well as a deep commitment to customer service, a pledge that consistently earns the company a 98 percent customer recommendation rating. Coventry Homes offers an array of innovative floor plan designs, and its “Built Around You” philosophy allows buyers to customize their homes for their own individual tastes and needs. For more information, visit


From the $400s

Homesites in the Village of Ladera ranging from 2,400 to 3,800 sqft.

Designing homes inspired by the enduring beauty of the Texas Hill Country and applying the most advanced building principles and exceptional construction materials, locally-owned Monticello Homes is a recognized leader among new home builders. Known for artful architecture and highly personalized designs, every Monticello homeowner is afforded uncompromising quality and luxury.

Scott Felder

Homesites in the Villages of Las Brisas and El Prado ranging from 1,926 to 3,400 sqft.

Scott Felder Homes has risen through the ranks to become one of the largest producers of quality homes in Central & South Texas. Innovative designs, custom features, desirable locations, high quality construction and energy efficiency earmark the standards for which Scott Felder Homes is best known. Down to the smallest detail, Scott Felder specializes in tailoring our services and products to our clients’ desires, sense of style and standard of living. Offering homes in the El Prado, Soledad, and Ladera villages.