Hawthorne Estates – New Homes in Central Flower Mound, TX

Looking for a brand new home in a wonderful area? Look no further than the new community of Hawthorne Estates in Flower Mound, TX.

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The neighborhood is centrally located, located right off of Kirkpatrick Lane, and close to all of the amenities you crave. The Shops at Highland Village, the new Flower Mound Riverwalk, Whole Foods Market, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, and more are just minutes away. Hawthorne Estates feeds in to acclaimed Flower Mound schools, including Prairie Trail Elementary, Lamar Middle School, and Marcus High School.

David Weekley Homes is proud to be the builder on site, building luxury homes from the low $400,000s. One of the great things about this community is the lot size, with spacious, oversized lots abounding. David Weekley prides itself on “Building Dreams, Enhancing Lives.” It’s more than just a home to them. A premier builder since 1976, Houston-based David Weekley Homes is the largest privately-held home builder in America. Quality craftsmanship and attention to detail are traits that helped get them to the top.

Homes in Hawthorne Estates are selling fast, so call NewBuildDFW at 972.989.2438 today to schedule a tour of a few of the homes that are move-in ready! Don’t need to move in right away? Then consider building a home for Spring 2015 completion, allowing you to customize the home to suit your personal tastes and lifestyle. Ten different house plans are available for you to choose from and modify to your heart’s content, ranging from 2,600 – 4,300 square feet in size. Visit the David Weekley Homes website to see the full list of floor plans and photos of the homes available.

NewBuildDFW proudly serves the Flower Mound, Argyle, Highland Village, Lewisville, and Grapevine areas, and we our experts in the new home market in Dallas – Fort Worth. Give us a call today to look at a home in Hawthorne Estates or another premier neighborhood that is right for you.

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