These are the exceptional new home builders in the Houston area who will help you realize the vision of NorthGrove, and help make your dream home a reality.
Just minutes from The Woodlands, discover new homes from the lower $300s, nestled away in beautiful NorthGrove. Each home was crafted by the top home builders in Houston with easy living kept in mind, and from entertainment-ready kitchens to covered patios, their stunning designs are sure to impress.
Chesmar Homes is dedicated to the advanced building science techniques necessary to provide their buyers with high-performance homes that come with energy efficiency and comfort guarantees, for lower owner costs, durability, and a safer, healthier, and more comfortable environment.
Founded in 1985, Highland Homes is an employee owned company that builds approximately 2,800 homes annually throughout Texas and is consistently ranked among the top new home builders in the nation. Frequently listed among the top builders by J.D. Power and Associates, Highland was ranked among the top 20 in “The Builder 100 List” and has won People’s Choice Builder of the Year for 6 consecutive years.
At Perry Homes, we are committed to providing exceptional value, quality, and comfortable designs for every lifestyle. We’ve spent over 48 years building a sterling reputation as one of the largest and most trusted builders in Texas. Perry Homes offers designs at an unmistakable value in the most desirable communities in Houston, San Antonio, and Austin.
Toll Brothers builds more than homes. We build communities. Since 1967, Toll Brothers is committed to superior value, design and craftsmanship. We strive to bring quality to everything we do – from the design and materials, to the stellar customer service we provide and the building process itself.
For over a decade Westin Homes have been the leader of best product and interior design in Houston, Texas. With both distinct and refined details, we create the perfect balanced of elegance and tranquility.
NorthGrove is a place where you can be close enough to wave to your neighbors, but with enough space to feel your own sense of place.