Toll Brothers – Excellence & Luxury in Flower Mound, Texas

Toll Brothers has long been revered as a quality new home builder, creating luxurious custom homes for even the choosiest of buyers. The Toll Brothers motto is to “create communities not homes,” desiring to create luxury communities where families can grow to know one another amid an environment full of amenities and a picturesque setting.

Awarded the 2013 Texas Builder of the Year award (5th time to win this prestigious award!), Toll Brothers has three luxury communities in Flower Mound, Texas that currently have homes for sale:

The Preserve at Flower Mound

The Preserve at Flower Mound is located in the heart of Flower Mound, Texas near Grapevine Lake, Highway 121, and Highway 35W. The community backs up to a creek and is full of mature foliage, giving it a warm, private feel right from the start. All 85 homesites are large, oversized lots that lend themselves to whatever new home your heart desires. Toll Brothers has a wide selection of home plans available, starting at 3,000 square feet.

tollbrothers preserve

Creekside at Heritage Park

Another great Flower Mound, Texas location, Creekside at Heritage Park is on the southeastern side of town. The neighborhood boasts close proximity to Heritage Park with its beautiful walking trails and playground, the Flower Mound CAC, DFW International Airport, Grapevine Lake, and more. This beautiful neighborhood is a gem, starting in the mid $500,000s.


Terracina at Flower Mound

Walk to top-of-the-line retail and restaurants, including the brand new Whole Foods that opened in September. This neighborhood is located on the far North side of Flower Mound, bordering Highland Village, Copper Canyon, Double Oak, and Lantana. Large lots and a distinctively European flare, these homes will go quickly. New custom homes start in the low $500,00s.


Give NewBuildDFW a call today, and we’ll be happy to show you around any of these luxurious properties!

Harvest – New Home Community in Argyle, TX

As Dallas-Fort Worth continues to expand, areas like Argyle continue to boom! What was once a sleepy, rural town is now gaining in popularity due to the small town feel of the community, yet the proximity to all the major amenities of the suburbs.

Harvest – a new master planned community at the corner of Interstate 35W and FM 407 – is technically in Northlake, TX, but borders Northlake and Argyle and feeds into Argyle Independent School District. Harvest is unique in that it is the first community built by Hillwood developers that hinges on five Live Smart Principles: sense of community, technology, healthy living, environmental stewardship, and education and enrichment.


What does that mean? Well, the community is created with an open concept that fosters bringing people together in the ways that small, rural towns did 100 years ago, but without compromising the state-of-the-art features of the modern  home. The neighborhood is complete with many open, green spaces, a pond for fishing, trails, community pool, cabanas, and even a neighborhood farm and garden right in the middle of it all!

Harvest is complete with a garden and huge greenhouse for the community to access and enjoy.

Harvest is complete with a garden and huge greenhouse for the community to access and enjoy.

Harvest is a community that prides itself on simplification, and another way that they do this is by providing smart homes with smart features. Each homeowner will have access to an app that will let them check traffic on 35W before heading into work, remind them to take out their trash, manage their thermostat and security system remotely, view exterior security cameras, and more.

Harvest homes range from the $200,000+ and feature renowned builders Highland Homes, Plantation Homes, and David Weekley Homes.

Interested in a home in Harvest? Give NewBuildDFW a call today at 972.989.2438, and we can show you around the community and help you find the brand new home of your dreams. New homes are going up daily and so there are many options, styles, and sizes to choose from.

Tips for Building Your Dream Home

Whether you are building a spec, semi-custom, or true custom home, it’s easy to overlook the small details that make a house a home that is livable, functional, and gorgeous! Here are a few tips of the trade to consider when building your new dream home:

  • Consider Ceiling Height: When designing your home, the ceiling height determines the openness of the home as much as the true square footage does. Consider upgrading to 10 foot + ceilings in order to give your home the airy openess you crave.
  • Invest in Your Closets: Home storage solutions are crucial to making your home uncluttered and orderly. Think about where storage will be located in the home, size of those storage spaces, and what the spaces will be used for. Want to take it up a notch? Ask your builder to install closet organization systems within each closet. While more costly, these solutions give you more usable space than just a shelf and clothes rod.
  • Lighting Matters: Where will the lights be in each room? Windows? Do they provide ample, pleasing light in each space? Lighting is crucial to ambiance so you’ll want to make sure you’re achieving your desired look. Another tip? Install dimmers throughout the home to adjust light throughout the day.
  • Splurge Well: Allow room in your budget for splurges that will make your home truly yours, adding character and functionality.
New Home Available in The Oaks for Argyle, TX - 324 Boonesville Bend - Priced at  $479,000.

New Home Available in The Oaks for Argyle, TX – 324 Boonesville Bend – Priced at $479,000.

If you have questions about building a new home in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, give NewBuildDFW a call! We stay up-to-date on all the newest neighborhoods going up and the builders building them. Our team of experts can help you make an informed decision on where to build – and who to build with. NewBuildDFW knows the Dallas-Fort Worth market, specializing in the Flower Mound, Argyle, Highland Village, Denton, Southlake, Coppell, and Frisco areas.