We are excited to announce the opening of our ninth Houston-area model home in one of Conroe’s largest master-planned communities, Harper’s Preserve. Located at 10498 Lake Palmetto Drive, the Nokota floor plan boasts 2,518 square feet of living space, offering an open concept floor plan with a spacious great room, chef’s kitchen, three bedrooms, a study and a game room.
We partnered with figure3, a leading interior design firm in Toronto, to showcase the plan and opted for poised simplicity and an artisanal feel expressed through cool curated furnishings and textiles accented by light wood floors and textured walls. Sliding glass doors in the great room maximize the open-concept design, allowing for seamless indoor-outdoor movement and extending the home’s living and entertaining options.
Of particular note is the unique master bath configuration; designed as a spa retreat, the master bath features a large soaking tub with striking stone surrounds set against a frameless glass shower. Large windows flood the room with light. Vessel sinks add a touch of sleek modernity.
“We are excited to bring this line of elegant, traditional homes to Harper’s Preserve,” said James Miller, Regional President of Empire’s Texas homebuilding division. “It’s a beautiful and well-developed community. We have great homesites here and offer 30 different elevations, so there’s something for everyone. Most of our homesites also back up to the preserve, so buyers can enjoy a natural setting with no back neighbors.”
In addition to natural amenities, residents enjoy a rich, on-site amenity package that includes a resort pool, splash pad, walking trails and wildlife garden. An on-site elementary school is under construction and expected to open this fall. An on-site H-E-B grocery store is also planned for Harper’s Preserve, with construction expected to start soon. “We love this area,” Miller said. “Conroe is growing fast and Harper’s Preserve is just four miles from the exceptional shopping, dining and entertainment options in The Woodlands including The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands Mall and Market Square.”