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Woodforest Touts Fun, Busy Event Calendar

September 19, 2012

With sales 125 percent higher this year in comparison with 2011, there’s no slowing down in Woodforest as the community continues to celebrate new neighborhoods and models and welcome the public to a host of upcoming events.

Realtors can decide “witch” rooms in Woodforest’s newest model homes are their favorite during the Halloween-themed model home grand opening Oct. 25 in Kinderwood, a new neighborhood that is served by the Montgomery Independent School District. Realtors can cast their votes for the family rooms, kitchens and master bathrooms they find most spellbinding while enjoying a progressive lunch through new models by D.R. Horton, Highland Homes and Village Builders. Lennar, whose model home will open later in the year, will be on-site to welcome Realtors.

Plus, those completing the ballots will be entered into a grand prize drawing for tickets to see “Wicked” at the Houston Hobby Center next July, a one-night stay at Hotel Zaza and dinner at Artista, located at the Hobby Center.

A week later, the public is invited to start their holiday shopping at Woodforest’s Winter Wonderland. Guests can shop for must-have gift items in Woodforest’s  12 model homes 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 3. Tickets are on sale now at the Woodforest Homefinder Lodge, with proceeds benefiting the Montgomery County Women’s Shelter. Tickets also will be available at the door.

Woodforest and RE/MAX Hometown hope to raise $25,000 Nov. 10 for Children’s Miracle Network and Texas Children’s Hospital during the RE/MAX Hometown Walk for a Miracle. Registration for the walk is ongoing. Visit www.helpmakemiracles.org for more information and to register.

Woodforest is now ranked among Houston’s top 10 master-planned communities for housing starts and is Montgomery County’s most active community, with the most Montgomery County building permits issued of any development. Twelve builders offer designs in Woodforest, with prices from the $150,000s to more than $1 million.

Amenities also are in place, including several playgrounds, a spray park, more than 3.5 miles of hike-and-bike trails and — soon-to-open — a bark park and sports fields. Construction has started on a fire station within Woodforest and crews also have begun work on Forest Island, a recreation complex with an aquatic park, tennis and basketball courts and more.

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