Taylor Morrison unveils master-planned community Avalon at Cypress

The upcoming project is to be Taylor Morrison’s tenth Avalon community in Houston

Taylor Morrison’s Todd Rasmussen; interior views of Avalon at Cypress (LinkledIn, Avalon at Cypress 60s)
Taylor Morrison’s Todd Rasmussen; interior views of Avalon at Cypress (LinkledIn, Avalon at Cypress 60s)

Taylor Morrison construction is planning a master-planned community called Avalon at Cypress that will span more than 480 acres near the Grand Parkway and West Road.

The community will feature homes with a starting price in the $400,000s and will range in size from 2,200-to 4,200 square feet, according to Community Impact Newspaper. The highest listed properties range from $800,000 to $900,000, with the highest square footage reaching 4,400.

Some of the amenities will include a recreation center, pool, a playground, an event lawn, a fire pit, tennis, basketball and pickleball courts, walking trails, and a butterfly garden.

“Avalon at Cypress is in the best location and offers the best schools in the FM 529 submarket,” Todd Rasmussen, Taylor Morrison’s Houston Division president, said in a statement. “The reputation of Avalon is unmatched, and the brand is known for its ambiance, exclusivity, and prestige. The approach we take with all of our Avalon communities is to ensure a high level of architectural character and design, which gives it a strong, cohesive sense of community.”

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Construction on model homes and presales for the first phase of Avalon at Cypress are happening now, with model homes slated to open in late June, according to the publication. There are currently nine other Avalon communities in the Houston region.

The location of the development was selected for its proximity to the Grand Parkway and access to employment centers, shopping, dining, and entertainment options, according to a press release. It was also chosen for being within the Cypress-Fairbanks independent school district.

Potential buyers can choose from among five different Collections, each offering a variety of thoughtfully designed options to be tailored toward one’s unique lifestyle.

[Community Impact Newsaper] — James Bell