Timing of Development:

Model homes and main entry ; Spring of 2007 (soft opening)

Showcase of Homes in Carlton Woods Creekside and Wilde Creek (first section of single-family production homes), first phase of development in Fleming Park and George Mitchell Nature Preserve ; Fall of 2007

South of Spring Creek in Harris County

3,492 acres planned for 7,100 residences

New homes:
5,516 single-family production homes
541 age-qualified homes (age 55 and over)
738 multi-family residences
298 custom and estate homes in the gated community of Carlton Woods Creekside
Creekside Park will feature a mix of home styles and builders similar to the other villages in The Woodlands.

Price Range:
$200's - $3 million plus

Builders who have purchased lots for new homebuilding in Wilde Creek include:
Darling Homes | Homes for sale from $440's - $580's
David Weekley Homes | Homes for sale from $250's - $500's
Highland Homes | Homes for sale from $430's - $600's
Village Builders
Wilshire Homes | Homes for sale from $290's - $480's
Plantation Homes | Homes for sale from $250's - $300's

Recreation and Amenities:
1,850 acres of parklands and greenspace including:

20-acre Rob Fleming Park, featuring in Phase I (opening fall of 2007):

Tree-lined promenades
Naturally landscaped lake with lakeside conservation trail
Craftsman-style Pavilion
Wildlife sculpture trail
Bluebonnet meadow
Festival field
Butterfly garden
Pine Forest picnic area
Groves of specimen trees
Trailhead to the George Mitchell Nature Preserve

Aquatic Center (opening in 2008):

Located in phase two of Fleming Park
13-acre site at the edge of Lake Paloma
Large, resort-style free-form pool
Serpentine tube slide
Lazy River
Three-lane lap pool
Open to all residents for a seasonal fee (managed by The Community Associations of The Woodlands)

1,700-acre George Mitchell Nature Preserve, featuring:

Seven miles of frontage along scenic Spring Creek
Hard surface hike and bike trails and soft birding trails
Trailheads located in Fleming Park and other parks
Hiking, kayaking, birding, camping, mountain biking
Part of the Spring Creek Greenway Project, a joint initiative of Harris and Montgomery Counties, linking 25 miles of frontage along Spring Creek from US 59 to Spring

79 acres of lakes and ponds, including:

72-acre Lake Paloma
Meandering linear park through the center of the village
12-foot wide walking and biking path along the lake
Peaceful habitat for water birds
Ponds and parks are the focal point of all 13 residential neighborhoods within Creekside Park


Six-acre site for two-building complex on Creekside Forest Drive
Indoor activity center opening in 2008
Day camps and other children's programs
Express Fitness facility opening in 2009

Public schools are part of the Tomball Independent School District. Initially, children living in Creekside Park will attend Tomball Elementary School, Tomball Intermediate, Tomball Junior High and Tomball High School. All are approximately 8 miles from the Gosling Road entrance to Creekside Park.

Tomball ISD has committed to two school sites in the new Village of Creekside Park. One school will be located in the first phase of development near Gosling Road, and the other school will be located near Kuykendahl Road. The first school will be an elementary campus serving students in grades K-6. A bond issue is planned for Tomball ISD that includes construction of the two schools. If approved, construction would begin as early as 2008.

Sites have also been identified for pre-schools and child care centers. Acclaimed private schools including The John Cooper School, The Woodlands Christian Academy and St. Anthony of Padua Catholic School are located in neighboring villages in The Woodlands.

Montgomery College and The University Center in the Village of College Park provide higher learning opportunities, job training and continuing education.

Active-adult Community:
Lennar Homes, developer of Windsor Hills and Windsor Lakes in The Woodlands, is planning to develop a new 541-home active adult community for residents 55 and over. The plans for the community include a clubhouse with swimming pool, fitness center, billiards room and social activities for residents. The site for the active adult community is located just west of Kuykendahl.

Places of Worship:
The master plan includes six sites for places of worship throughout the village.

Village center, planned to include a grocery store, drug store, banks, restaurants, gift shops, DVD rentals, dry cleaning, professional offices, service stations and other neighborhood conveniences similar to the other village centers in The Woodlands.

Carlton Woods Creekside:
500-acre expansion of the gated community of Carlton Woods, planned to include 298 custom and estate residences surrounding the Tom Fazio Championship golf course. Property owners are members of The Club at Carlton Woods, featuring the Nicklaus course in Carlton Woods and the Fazio course in Carlton Woods Creekside. Carlton Woods is one of only two private clubs in the country to offer the Nicklaus/Fazio combination.

The 53,000-square-foot Italianate-style main clubhouse is located near the Nicklaus course in Carlton Woods. A second clubhouse is being built near the Fazio Course. The Tuscan-inspired design will include a 13,500-square-foot clubhouse and 6,000-square-foot cart barn arranged around a Village Square on a hillcrest overlooking the golf course. The clubhouse interior will be richly appointed and will feature a Grille and bar with a vast stone fireplace overlooking the 18th hole, a pro shop, and men's and women's locker rooms. The cart barn has been designed as a multi-function pavilion for club events, with large sliding doors that open to the Village Square and golf course. The clubhouse is slated for completion in early September of 2007.

To date, 138 homesites have been sold in Carlton Woods Creekside. Homesites range from 1/4-acre to over two acres and are priced from the $190's - $1 million plus. New homes are under construction, and the first residents moved into their new homes in October of 2006.

Community Services:
The Village of Creekside Park is located within the jurisdiction of The Woodlands Association (TWA). Police protection will be provided by the Harris County Sheriff's Department and Harris County Constable, Precinct 4. When residents begin moving in, the TWA will supplement the routine patrols from Harris County with contract deputies as it does elsewhere in The Woodlands.

Creekside Park will be served by The Woodlands Fire Department (WFD) for fire protection and emergency medical services. In the short term, fire protection will be supplemented by Harris County Emergency Service District, which has a station south of Creekside Park on Kuykendahl Road. A station for WFD is planned to be constructed in Creekside Park on Kuykendahl in 2008 and be operational in early 2009.

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